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Why Do We Offer Bread to St. Anthony of Padua?

When we ask for a saint's intercession, help, or guidance, we would often give an offering of some kind to them. These offerings would...

3 Delicious Dishes to Celebrate Eid al-Fitr

Today, our Muslim brothers and sisters are celebrating the end of Ramadan, or month-long fasting. Ramadan is the Arabic name for the ninth month...

What’s the Difference Between Fasting and Abstinence?

Tomorrow, February 17, Catholics all over the world will be celebrating Ash Wednesday which marks the start of the Lenten Season. It means that...

Traslacion of the Black Nazarene to be Held in NCR, South Luzon

Last year, the traslacion (solemn transfer) of the Black Nazarene (Poong Itim Na Nazareno) took only 16 hours to finish— the shortest in recent years. In fact,...

These Food-Inspired Book Covers Will Make Your Books Look Kawaii!

Japan is known for its bullet trains, anime, beautiful sceneries, and of course, attractions like Tokyo DisneySea and Harry Potter World. But aside from...

Update: There might be changes in how we celebrate Ash Wednesday this year

In light of the ongoing CoViD-19 outbreak, the CBCP recommends a few changes to Catholic practices.

Four Fun Facts About Noche Buena

See how the Christmas Eve feast originated—and why we have a love-hate relationship with fruitcake!

Four ways to spread joy this Advent

December 15 marks the third week of Advent, a week that symbolizes joy.

Here’s how you can celebrate Eid al-Adha with our Muslim brothers and sisters

More than just an excuse for a three-day weekend, this holiday holds a very special significance. We list three ways you can make August 12 more meaningful than just another day off!

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