By Tita Datu Puangco
Today, it has been discovered that a great deal of learning (estimated at 70%) actually occurs at the workplace versus training and other means. Recently on a spiritual and learning yet human dimension, going on a pilgrimage with 35 pilgrims coming from a shared Christian spirituality like the Focolare Movement proved to be a witness […]
By Marlet D. Salazar
After Super Typhoon “Yolanda” hit the Visayas, the country received an enormous amount of support from different parts of the world. Filipinos were moved by this generosity and thanked those who helped in any way they can.
By Joy Lumawig-Buensalido
I sing with a choir. It’s a church choir but it’s an extraordinary one because unlike the usual school choirs or glee clubs with giggly musically-inclined students or members, ours is a mix of musically-inclined, ahem, mature individuals—giggly too, but with one major difference: highly-accomplished professionals, many important people in their own right, we were brought together by our common interest to sing for God in church.
By Daxim L. Lucas
Yes, the Society of Jesus—more commonly known as the Jesuits—is relatively more affluent than other religious orders.
By Riza T. Olchondra
Over the years, various groups have made strides in bridging the gaps between peoples, especially between Christians and Muslims, since Spanish colonizers used religion to divide and conquer Philippine “natives” centuries ago.