December 11, 2019
Miss U host Steve Harvey figures in new controversy – almost
Margarita Fores serves U2 Pinoy dishes at Grace Park
BPCI to continue to focus on staging annual Binibining Pilipinas pageant
‘Tis the season to be shopping
The Bond watch is revealed
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Sand cars replace sand castles at Miami art festival Art Basel
Nobel winner Mahfouz lives on in Cairo’s alleyways
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Lancaster New City Cavite makes #ChristmasHappynings more exciting with an outdoor movie screening of the ‘The Hows of Us’
He, she, they: Americans and the choice of gender pronoun
How Habi makes a difference in the lives of Filipino weavers
UAAP Season 82 medals made of bullet shells from Marawi siege
Handke to receive Nobel Prize at ceremony amid controversy
Stockholm, Sweden | AFP | Tuesday 12/10/2019 – 17:42 UTC+8 By: Pia Ohlin Nobel literature laureate Peter Handke, who backed Serbia during…
London’s Most Instagrammable Restaurants
England is a country most often remembered for its Royal Family, abundance of castles, and its towns with names that are pronounced differently…
Greenland ice loss faster than expected
Paris, France | AFP | Tuesday 12/11/2019 – 00:00 UTC+8 By: Bryan McManus The melting of Greenland’s massive ice sheet is happening…
Ryan Reynolds spoofs viral video for cheeky holiday ad
Washington, United States | AFP | Saturday 12/8/2019 – 02:30 UTC+8 Actor Ryan Reynolds is winning hearts and praise with a cheeky…
Terence Blanchard, the jazz trumpeter making opera history
Washington, United States | AFP | Saturday 12/7/2019 – 09:44 UTC+8 By: Maggy Donaldson A top-tier jazz trumpeter and Spike Lee’s go-to…
With break in style, Pope Francis shuns tradition
On his first day as shepherd of the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics, Pope Francis picked up his luggage at a Vatican hotel, personally thanked each member of the staff and even paid his own bill. Then, at his first Mass, he delivered a short, unscripted homily—in Italian, not the Latin of his predecessor—holding the cardinals who elected him responsible for keeping the church strong.
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Pope signals liturgical break with Benedict
In his first public Mass as the new head of the Roman Catholic Church, Pope Francis signaled a striking liturgical difference with Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI by facing the people, not turning his back, which the retired Pontiff had done in a controversial attempt to bring back the Latin Mass banished by Vatican II.
Woman tells of puppy love letter from future Pope
The courtship was over even before it began.
Pope Francis and the essence of renewal, reform and inspiration
When news of the new Pope broke out in the early morning of Thursday, it was greeted with much joy and hope.
Palm Sunday: Balancing worship with mystery
The euphoria won’t last. Like the adulation of the crowds during the triumphal entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem, the euphoria over the election of Pope Francis might not last once he poses the “unsettling questions” raised against the Church on sexual morality and other “difficult” issues confronting modern society, a Church historian said yesterday.
‘Habemus Papam! We now have two popes’
Perhaps because it had rained hard at twilight, the smoke that emitted from the Sistine Chapel chimney looked deceptively sooty, making everyone think that the fifth ballot had again been a failure.
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Be humble and young at heart, Pope urges
Pope Francis, celebrating his first Palm Sunday in Vatican City as leader of the Roman Catholic Church, called for personal conversion to check greed and social iniquity “that hit the weakest” and the poor.
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Pope Francis, Muslim girl make history
In an unprecedented move, Pope Francis washed the feet of 12 youths, including a Muslim girl, during the Last Supper Mass on Thursday in a correctional for minors in Rome. He was reenacting Jesus Christ’s washing of the feet of his all-male 12 apostles, including Saint Peter, the first Pope.
Pope Francis’ motto: ‘Lowly but chosen’
The Society of Jesus (SJ) or the Jesuits have been thrust into the limelight anew with the election of Pope Francis, a former Jesuit. As most people would know or wonder, this was unlikely to happen.
For tweens and teens, it’s Pope Francis
“He is the first non-European in over a thousand years, and the first Jesuit to become pontiff, who preferred to ‘join the boys on the bus,’ even as a special limousine waited for him to ferry them back to the hotel after he was chosen Pope.
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