Editorial

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This issue has been pushed back for a month due to several reasons, some of which are beyond the editorial control.  We continue to receive below expectation for articles that might create balance content and widespread coverage, both from the Philippines and North America.  We still remain hopeful that many...
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Epistoliorum: Objectives

Impregnated by many urging ideas and by a proverb that “pen is mightier than sword”, Epistoliorum was conceived and birthed, placed on a Filii cradle for nurturing where in no time it can grow into another form, assert itself, and assume its purpose in life – communicate.   epĭs•to•liórum might strike...
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Epistoliorum: Objectives

St. Dominic, Light of the Church

O Light of the Church, Doctor of Truth, Rose of Patience, Ivory of Chastity. You freely poured forth the waters of wisdom. Preacher of grace, unite us with the blessed. --"Lumen Ecclesiae" (from the Dominican Book of Prayers) Early Life Domingo de Guzmán was born at Caleruega in Castile of...
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St. Dominic, Light of the Church

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Welcome to the December Edition of Epistoliorum! Learn from the business success of our Fray in Focus, Eugenio Michael Plana who has used as his life guides the charisms of The Dominicans and attained spectacular success in various businesses he embarked on. Outwit hackers by learning from Fray Joel Gabriel...
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Logo Design Rationale

The design of our logo includes characteristics that we want to incorporate into its persona. Epistoliorum carries simplicity, friendliness, playfulness, high-spiritedness and exuberance. The choice of type and fonts depict simplicity and friendliness. The curves and contours of the individual letters suggest ease and readability therefore approachable and friendly.  The...
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Logo Design Rationale

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Tremendous effort and dedication manifested in long hours of seemingly endless writing, editing and re-editing of articles have been embraced by the editorial staff.  We took it with conviction and fortitude and probably honor as we stand by our words and rally for each other through hardships, trials and tribulations...
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What’s in a name?  FSDPI.

Filii Sancti Dominici Philippinensis (International) “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet,” so did the Great Bard opine about this primordial question.  Anyone hearing for the first time FSDPI’s formal corporate name would almost instantaneously inquire, “What in heaven’s good name do those words mean?”  As with...
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What’s in a name?  FSDPI.