By Dexter R. Matilla
For the faithful Catholic, a pilgrimage can be considered a deeper encounter with God. With it comes the opportunity to express deep intentions such as forgiveness for sins, physical and spiritual healing, or simply thanksgiving.
Following an annual tradition of featuring art and culture in May, Pintô Art Museum celebrates the Antipolo pilgrimage season with an exhibition series titled “Pilgrim Images,” featuring the works of three artists working from diverse artistic persuasions.
Purely PersonalBy Josephine Darang
Manila devotees of Nuestra Señora de Salvacion, patroness of Albay, celebrated her feast on Aug. 17 with a Concelebrated Mass at 9 a.m. at Our Lady of Salvation Parish in the NDC Compound on Anonas St. in Sta. Mesa.
Syrian army shelling destroyed the historic mausoleum of a companion of the Prophet Mohammed in the central city of Homs on Monday, a monitoring group and activists said.
Five hours north of Manila lies the province of Pangasinan. Known for its delicious food—mangoes, boneless bangus and Calasiao puto—awe-inspiring beaches, marine parks and the Hundred Islands, Pangasinan is definitely a treasure trove for the senses. Most importantly, for the faithful Catholics, Pangasinan is also home to Our Lady of Manaoag.