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Category Archives: Religion
Reading John Nery gush like a starstruck teenager about senatorial candidate Risa Hontiveros (Akbayan and the Liberal Party) in his recent Inquirer.net piece “A Catholic vote for Risa”, you could be forgiven for thinking Hontiveros is some sort of Filipino … Continue reading
As we move along the post-Boston Marathon bombing period, I see that there is a lot of debate all around about terrorism issues. There are those who downplay the terror inflicted on the innocent people in Boston and that they … Continue reading
Today, with the indulgence of the reader, I would like to write and talk about death. Yes, death. As the Greek philosopher Epicurus famously stated: Death is nothing to us, since when we are, death has not come, and when … Continue reading
Some recent events in Egypt and Tunisia illustrate the whole trouble with street mobs supposedly calling for “reform” – that in a situation described more by anarchy than any sort of clear higher purpose, it becomes difficult to sort the … Continue reading
In a move reminiscent of its coverage of the late Former Philippine President Corazon “Cory” Aquino’s political career, TIME magazine has recently featured on its cover not once, but twice in less than two months, another woman who is touted … Continue reading
Today I find myself on the side of Philippine Media as they lock and load for what looks like the gathering storm of a monumental battle against the Forces of Primitivism. On the side of modernity is Dolphy, the King … Continue reading
According to Fr. Melvin Castro, executive director of the Episcopal Commission on Family and Life of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines, “the Church needs to intensify its information drive on the [Reproductive Health] bill”. This is his “solution” … Continue reading
Frankly I fail to be impressed by all the huffing and puffing about how “shocking” the massacre of 57 people is allegedly in the hands of warlord Andal Ampatuan Jr. I also fail to be impressed by the people who … Continue reading
Pope Benedict XVI’s edict allowing the use of condoms in the fight against AIDS is a major milestone passed in the slow journey that the Roman Catholic Church is taking towards enlightenment. Granted, perhaps this is not the relaxation of … Continue reading