Gut FeelBy Minyong Ordoñez
On Sunday mornings I’ve been glued to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle as he rendered in flesh and blood the subjects in the first and second readings, and the Gospel of the day. Glued is perhaps a milder word. Mesmerized is probably more accurate.
By Tessa Mangahas
Just like the billions of Catholics around the world, I was stunned when TV news flashed the report that Pope Benedict XVI had decided to “renounce his Petrine ministry” because of failing health.
Purely PersonalBy Josephine Darang
The people of Malabon and Navotas have for the past 63 years have been participating in the fluvial procession of their patroness La Inmaculada Concepcion de Malabon every Dec. 9.
Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio G. Tagle has been named vice president of the Commission for the Message for the Synod of Bishops being held in Rome. He and commission president Giuseppe Cardinal Betori, Archbishop of Florence, were nominated by Pope Benedict XVI.
By Louie Cruz
This Oct. 27 is the 2nd Asian Apostolic Congress on Mercy (AACOM) to be held in Bangkok, Thailand. It is a three-day congress, with the theme: “Mercy: Compassion, a way of life among the people of Asia.”