March 31, 2020
China’s ‘success’ in stopping pandemic a ‘sheer fabrication,’ says US China expert
Immunity booster vs COVID-19: Turmeric-ginger-garlic tea
Quarantined with cheating wife
Filipino designers’ PPE pattern is 1st ‘medically reviewed’ protective suit design
This Austrian jeweler is Se-ri’s choice
Millennials prefer reusable wedding dresses — report
A Legacy of beauty
Aryanna Epperson’s 10 must-have summer products
What’s the most important relationship you need before your 30s?
Artists Talk: The short and sweet poetry of Lui Alcazaren’s collage art
Art Basel postpones 2020 edition over virus
Need a fun activity to keep your kids busy? Solenn Heussaff and other artists have got some for you!
Pronti, Partenza, Via!
‘Pasko sa Palacio’ highlights an old-fashioned way of celebrating Christmas
Smart inspires aspiring content creators nationwide with “Smart Play: Vlogger Camp”
Spotify says isolation ups interest in ‘chill’ music
Moscow deserted after shops close to stop coronavirus
How to survive a lockdown, from the Chilean miners
There are light moments, too, like about hazmats, body curves
Dr. Peachy Rosales-Natividad, like most doctors, is scared. But what motivates her to go to University of Santo Tomas (UST) Hospital to battle…
Prince Charles out of virus isolation: royal officials
Prince Charles, the eldest son and heir of Queen Elizabeth II, is no longer in quarantine after showing mild coronavirus symptoms, his office…
How Dr. Joven Cuanang found ‘room at the inn’ for exhausted front-liners
Troubled by the news that some front-line health workers were being shunned by fearful neighbors and even turned out by their landlords, instead…
“Don’t Stand So Close To Me” and other hits in isolation, according to Spotify
People spending more time cooped up in their homes to curb the spread of the new coronavirus has changed their daily soundtracks, with…
Belo Medical Group answers the call of our #frontliners
In times of crisis, one of our best defenses is to unite. Our frontliners need all the help we can give them. With…
The importance of dreams
Dec. 29: Feast of the Holy Family Readings: Sirach 3: 2-6, 12-14; Psalm 128, Response: Blessed are those who fear...
Mind and Body
Pope Francis defends ‘Belen’ in public places; praises Filipinos as ‘smugglers of faith’
Pope Francis has defended the Christmas practice of setting up the Nativity scene especially in public places and town squares,...
Arts and Books
Pope’s Christmas message appeals for peace in global flashpoints
Vatican City, Holy See | AFP | Wednesday 12/25/2019 – 23:56 UTC+8 By: Catherine Marciano Christmas was celebrated all...
A time for renewal in the Church
Recently, an advice of Pope Francis to priests to keep our homilies to 10 minutes made the rounds of the internet. (Fr. Joe Galdon, SJ, used to tell us in the seminary, “There are no souls saved after seven minutes,” while Fr. Jim Donelan, SJ, trained us, or at least tried to, on the one-point homily.)
Rock and roll nuns to perform for Pope Francis in Panama
With millions of YouTube views and hits on Spotify and iTunes, a group of young nun rockers plays one of their biggest gigs next week, and thousands of Catholics, including the pope himself, will lap it up.
Cardinal Tagle to chef Jessie: ‘Pope Francis longs to taste your food again!’
Chef Jessie Sincioco was in tears when she spoke to guests toward the end of the Holy Mass with no less than Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle as main celebrant.
God’s mercy and compassion is central to Pope Francis’ message
One of the early messages of Pope Francis was that the Church must become more pastoral and less dogmatic. God’s mercy and compassion continue to be central to Pope Francis’ message.
Pope Francis’ favorite ‘señora’ in Manila is now our lady in Lisbon
You know our woman in Lisbon, Ambassador to Portugal Celia Anna “Cookie” Feria, is anything but a stiff diplomat when she welcomes you to her turf with hardly any makeup, her hair in a messy bun. “Oh, call me Cookie,” she insists.
‘The danger is that in times of crisis, we look for a savior’
Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.” With this line from John F. Kennedy’s 1961 inaugural address, a period of renewed hope was ushered in for the American people and the free world. This is relevant food for thought for us today.
Pope Francis’ preferred wine takes center stage
The grape varieties used for the wine at dinner were strange to me—Primitivo, Negroamaro, Fiano, Aleatico. But there would be time to ask the wine producer later about those.
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