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Christmas is for the young… and old, too!

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Pianist during St. Camillus Feast Day celebration

For most kids my age, Christmas is a time for celebration. It’s about family bonding, sharing with the less fortunate and, most of all, remembering the birth of Jesus Christ.

Posted: December 29th, 2013 in Lifestyle Stories,Paskong Pinoy | Read More »

MRT commuters get free juice drinks, train rides

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Everyday ride for train commuters was made colorful by Tang Philippines as its “Ang Kulay ng Pasko” campaign kicked off with a “Karoling Flashmob” this Wednesday morning.

Posted: November 6th, 2013 in Lifestyle Stories,Paskong Pinoy,Photos & Videos | Read More »

Villar welcomes Yuletide season

Manny Villar-Yuletide season

Spearheaded by Nacionalista Party President and Vista Land Chairman Manny Villar, a giant Christmas tree was lit and a spectacular Christmas display was launched at Valenza, Sta. Rosa, Laguna to usher in the most awaited season of the year.  Making the event more meaningful, early Christmas gifts were also given to kids from SOS Children’s [...]

Posted: November 2nd, 2013 in Paskong Pinoy | Read More »

DAWN MASS SCENE

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  Outside  St. Joseph Parish Church in Las Piñas City, a vendor prepares “bibingka,” a sweet and spongy rice cake, to sell to people attending dawn Masses. The nine-day tradition of dawn Masses culminates on Christmas Eve today. It is a popular belief that people who attend all nine Masses will have their wishes granted. [...]

Posted: December 23rd, 2012 in Paskong Pinoy | Read More »

GOOD NEWS

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Everest Academy Manila’s tree, formed from recycled newspapers, makes “Good News and Good Tidings.”; Titled “Tree of Hope,” the De La Salle Zobel Christmas tree at the main lobby of  Dusit Thani Manila in Makati City features recycled materials from used books and plywood scraps; Shoe boxes, aluminum tabs and soda cans make “The Giving [...]

Posted: December 22nd, 2012 in Paskong Pinoy | Read More »

THE COLOR PURPLE

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The purple lights do not signify its stand on the controversial reproductive health bill but an antique store on J.P. Laurel Avenue in Davao City has been putting up a colorful display every Christmas season as a gift to residents for the past 13 years. The theme for this year’s P2.5-million spectacle of lights is [...]

Posted: December 17th, 2012 in Paskong Pinoy | Read More »

DAWN MASS

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Catholics attend the first of nine dawn Masses at St. Joseph Church, which keeps the famous “Bamboo Organ,” in Las Piñas City, to signal the official start of the Christmas season. EDWIN BACASMAS

Posted: December 17th, 2012 in Paskong Pinoy | Read More »

A grand fiesta greets the holidays at the Resorts World Manila

Exciting shows at Resorts World Manila. INQUIRER file photo

Resorts World Manila brings the country a more vibrant holiday season with Grand Fiesta 2012. Imagine an entire month teeming with celebration and cheer. This is an experience that shouldn’t be missed.

Posted: December 8th, 2012 in Paskong Pinoy | Read More »

Fun and Color in BGC Christmas

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This season, Bonifacio Global City (BGC) celebrates Christmas with hi-tech entertainment, smart comedy acts, and a bright, colorful skyline.

Posted: December 7th, 2012 in Paskong Pinoy | Read More »

Best ‘Belen’

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Moncada town’s “belen” again won in the grand municipal category in the sixth Belenisimo in Tarlac at the Tarlac College of Agriculture Gymnasium in Camiling town. President Aquino, who was awards guest, described the Nativity diorama as a symbol of a united family, human compassion and faith in God. EV ESPIRITU / INQUIRER NORTHERN LUZON

Posted: December 2nd, 2012 in Paskong Pinoy | Read More »

A place where Christmas takes ‘Shelter’

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If you want a place that evoke happy, Christmas feelings, a little store in Jupiter Street in Makati is just that.

Posted: December 1st, 2012 in Featured Gallery,Lifestyle Stories,Paskong Pinoy | Read More »

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