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Ai Weiwei supports Assange with silent protest
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Rica Peralejo weighs in on Kim Soo-hyun and Oh Jung-se in ‘It’s Okay Not To Be Okay’
Kakai Bautista on self-love: ‘You may never like me, but I like me’
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Traditional favorites for Korean Thanksgiving
Today, Oct. 1, is Chuseok, Korea’s most wonderful and generous time of the year. It is when grains and fruits are plentiful.…
From ‘tutong’ to ‘halabos’: Celebrating PH cooking techniques
For promising young chef Don Patrick Baldosano, whose Linamnam Private Dining had been continuously busy since it opened in August 2019, the…
Hyun Bin craft beer maker is in it for long haul
Fans of Korean actor Hyun Bin, of the wildly popular K-drama series “Crash Landing on You,” celebrated their idol’s birthday Sept. 25,…
My favorite food of all: foie gras
The homemade food I’ve been tasting lately has improved so much since mid-March, many of those cooks I’ve posted are good enough…
A rainbow of melons in a salad
Now that melons seem plentiful in the market, we can have our pick of different varieties. There’s the red juicy watermelon, the smaller,…
Blessed Pedro Calungsod a candidate for canonization; diocese of Laoag is 50
Visayan Martyr Pedro Calungsod, who was beatified by Pope John Paul II on March 5, 2005 in Rome, might be...
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Mother Teresa on way to sainthood
Pope Francis has recognized a second miracle attributed to the late Mother Teresa, clearing the path for the nun to be elevated to sainthood next year, the Vatican said on Friday.
Boystowns, Girlstowns founder closer to sainthood
The American missionary who founded Boystown and Girlstown in the Philippines has moved one step closer to sainthood after earning the title of “venerable,” which is bestowed by the Pope on those who have lived a life of heroic virtue.
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Canadians flock to Rome for canonization of Mohawk
A Mohawk woman will on Sunday become the first Native American to be canonized a Catholic saint, in a ceremony in the Vatican 300 years after her death, and 1,500 fellow Canadians will be there.
The sainted spouse
“Dying is no big deal—everybody will manage it. Living is the trick,” says Red Smith, a Pulitzer Prize winner for column writing, not just sports writing, which he did all his life, himself living the trick until days before his death, at past 90.
Cebu prepares for canonization of Pedro Calungsod
More than a thousand pilgrims have signed up for various package tours organized to coincide with the canonization rites that will make Blessed Pedro Calungsod a saint. The special event happens in Rome on Oct. 21 with open-air ceremonies in the square fronting St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican City, presided by Pope Benedict XVI.
St. John Paul II’s relic gives message of hope, humanity to PH
Twelve years have passed since his death, but the presence and influence of Saint John Paul II in the hearts of the Filipino faithful is still very much alive today.
Mind and Body
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