2018 March

Dear Reader

This issue has been pushed back for a month due to several reasons, some of which are beyond the editorial…

5 years ago

Quiapo: Tracing the footsteps of the Nazarene

It has been a tradition in the Philippines, particularly around the vicinity of the Quiapo Basilica in Metro Manila, that…

5 years ago

Rediscovering Saint Patrick’s Day

Saint Patrick's Day in the United States has been traditionally regarded as "booze day" every particular weekend in March, that…

5 years ago

Visita Iglesia Series (Part 1)

Visita Iglesia is a practice steeped in tradition especially in the Philippines.  This is usually done during the Holy Thursday…

5 years ago

“Filii”pino Welcome for North American Balikbayans

It was my first bout with the infamous traffic deadlock from MOA, Pasay City to Loyola Grand Villas, Quezon City. …

5 years ago

Iloilo Filii meet their Canadian Brother

It didn’t take Medelianism philosophy for Iloilo Filii to figure out the best venue to hold a mini re-union and…

5 years ago

The 2018 Sinulog Festival in Carmen, Cebu

The rhythmic sound of drum beats emanating two blocks away from where we stand begins to vibrate.  As the sound…

5 years ago

Cardinal Tagle Conferred 2018 Rotary Peace Award

LUIS ANTONIO CARDINAL TAGLE, Archbishop of Manila, was proclaimed Peace Awardee for 2018 by the Rotary Club of Makati-San Lorenzo,…

5 years ago

A Pre-war Gem: Remembering Old Santo Domingo

Intramuros at the time of the Spanish Colonial period was synonymous to the City of Manila.  Other towns and suburbs…

5 years ago

Top 10 ways to secure your data while traveling

The advent of the Holy Week in the Philippines herald the start of the travel season, especially since most schools…

5 years ago

Big Things Come From Small Ones

Hello there! Welcome back!  Last time, we've learned that the first principle of wealth accumulation is that we reap what…

5 years ago

Going Cuckoo With A Laugh Or Two

A lawyer, a priest and a politician hunt in the jungle and are captured by a tribe. The tribal chief…

5 years ago

We are the Champions!

The Soccer Champions of 1976 Forty two years ago, some members of the Dominican postulancy in Manaoag, Pangasinan, Philippines made…

5 years ago

The Word Today

"You are the light of the world. A city on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a…

5 years ago

The Pontiff’s Message of Hope

"You can have flaws, be anxious, and ever angry, but do not forget that your life is the greatest enterprise…

5 years ago

Rotarians’ Leadership Style

There is no doubt that we all share one commitment. This is our commitment to serve.  And this should come as…

5 years ago

Recalling Papa Gandong’s Golden Moments

While Papa Gandong extended both hands, Jesus said, "Rejoice and be glad."  Do you know what my Papa Gandong did…

5 years ago

Life is a Game

Life is a game that can be played well by anyone who knows its rules. But what a shame, for…

5 years ago

Solitaire

This is a usual game…or should I say unusual?  Hands are dealt but there’s no point in winning, since although…

5 years ago

A “Sweet” Trip To Austria

“Making Life A Little Sweeter”…does say our company’s slogan printed on almost all of our flyers, website, marketing brochures, product…

5 years ago

Revealing the Best and Worst of Philippine Travel

My excitement erases the rigors of eighteen hours of intercontinental flight from Toronto, Vancouver, and Hongkong as we descend in…

5 years ago

Turning Circles

  Life keeps on turning circles no matter where or when you ride, but if one knows the rules of…

5 years ago

Portraiture – Discerning Better Poses From Bad Ones

Portrait photography is not only about lighting or composition.  It is the ability of the photographer or photographer assistant to…

5 years ago

Running Into Easter

As little kids, we were more enamored by Christmas with its jolly air and countless gifts; we didn't know yet…

5 years ago

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