2018 March

Fray Isaias “Jigs” Villaflores

Poet. Philosopher. Motivational speaker. Isaias “Jigs” Villaflores used to be a Professor of Philosophy and Theology in the University of Santo Tomas. He also taught for ten years in Chicago where he became a Branch Manager in the Financial industry field. He has been a perennial winner in Literary Contests and an Editor of 3 magazines. He won the prestigious “Balagtas ng Taon” National Award with his poem “Huling Hapunan.” He used to direct his own plays when he was in the Philippines. His play “San Lorenzo Ruiz” was shown in the Metropolitan Theatre of Manila. He founded Dahlia Academy IN Quezon City to help poor people become financially free. He is the author of the book “THE POWER OF THE INVISIBLE WORLD” where he shared the 6 steps to get whatever you want in ife. After spending 32 years in the US, he is retired right now and would like to spend his Golden years with Lita, sharing his “fruits of Contemplation” with others through his Photo-Poetry videos.

FSDPI Editors Group

FSDPI, or more affectionately the “Filii”, translates as: “the sons of Saint Dominic in the Philippines”. It is an organization of men, brothers in faith, who have undergone and received formal religious training in the Dominican life and Spirituality under the Dominican Province of the Philippines. We form a community of men who have willed to continue to profess, live and share, in the world of the laity, the apostolic vision and mission of our blessed father St. Dominic de Guzman under whose patronage the “Filii” is entrusted under.

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