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By Cathy Yamsuan
Tucked in a dark shelf somewhere in the Archdiocesan Office of Communication of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila in Intramuros is a mint-condition back issue of Penthouse magazine.
By Vergel O. Santos
I have an initial 30-ODD volumes waiting for Billy to collect. Billy is a recently made friend, a certified genius who at age 12 is already doing college work. A prodigious reader herself, she likes to spread the reading virus and has been calling out for books that can be spared for an open library run by an old man.
By Pocholo Concepcion
Those who stayed at home and endured the waterless Holy Week have all the reasons to go out tonight, even if it’s a Sunday.
By Conchitina Sevilla Bernardo
Joe de Venecia, or JDV as people call him, is a man before his time. While many perceive JDV as a politician, those who know him outside of the political arena appraise him differently.
By Mel Cuevas
It seemed more like a fashion event than a wedding, with several guests from the fashion industry in attendance, but it was a perfect summer day when in-demand designer Maureen Disini married business executive Daniel Teichert in Tagaytay.
And So It IsBy George Sison
I was asked recently whether I believe in God, and my emphatic answer was yes, because in my heart of hearts I have accepted that everything that exists in the universe, visible or not, is God. All religions accept that God is everywhere and, therefore, to my mind, everywhere is God.
By Pocholo Concepcion
It is 7 a.m. on a weekend, and the crashing of sea waves echoes like a siren’s call. Heads bob in and out of the water, with voices shrieking and bodies lying on top of surfboards, arms paddling, eyes darting, waiting for the next big wave.
By Tessa G. Mangahas
Water during the hot summer months is a most precious commodity. It quenches thirst. It refreshes. It cleanses. Water has also played a vital part in my pilgrimages with Journeys of Faith. Whether it’s a trip to the Holy Land walking the path of Jesus with Fr. Rene Lopez, or visiting places in Eastern Europe and Marian lands where the Christian faith and first saints thrived, water is ever present.
Cebu-CebuBy Jaime Picornell
Ambassador Knut Solem of Norway was in Cebu recently to decorate Sabino Dapat with the Royal Norwegian Order of Merit. Dapat, Ben to family and close friends, is the former honorary consul of Norway in Cebu.
Roots and WingsBy Cathy Babao-Guballa
Once a year I take off for a while to study, recharge and reconnect with myself. I thought the trip this year wasn’t going to happen because of a health scare back in February. Thank God, I was given clearance and so here I am wide-eyed, sleepless on my first night in San Francisco.
Not Quite ThereBy Chit Roces-Santos
After 25 years, Rio Tuba will have been all mined out. All efforts for its rehabilitation would have been exhausted. What’s an environmentalist doing in a mine, and coming away, if not necessarily converted, reasonably impressed?