Newness of life
April 16, 2014 02:14 AM
By: Fr. Roy Cimagala
THIS is what we can expect with the celebration of Easter. We are made new! We have a new life. We are actually made a new creature. The old man in us is buried. A new man is formed in each one of us!
I am for the RH Bill
April 16, 2014 02:12 AM
By: Peter G. Jimenea
In August 1969, Jerome Lejeune, a French doctor and world-renowned expert in human genetics, was awarded by the American Society of Human Genetics the William Allen Memorial Award, the highest distinction granted to a geneticist
Unemployment: Social exclusion not pleasing to God
April 16, 2014 02:10 AM
By: Bishop Gerardo Alminaza, DD
Bishop of San Carlos, Negros Oriental
Convenor, Visayas Clergy Discernment Group
THERE is poverty and suffering in the country and the world, not because of overpopulation but because of inequality, manifested in the huge mass of people being excluded from gainful livelihood (unemployment).
The public and foreign policy
April 16, 2014 02:08 AM
By: Melinda Quintos De Jesus
FOREIGN POLICY news do not carry a lot of weight in the news agenda. People generally think that the issues usually couched in diplomatic jargon as too nuanced for them to see the immediate relevance.
Destroy with a kiss
April 16, 2014 02:06 AM
By: Modesto P. Sao-noy
I WAS watching the replay of the television talk of the late New York Archbishop Fulton Sheen, a pioneer in the use of radio and television for evangelization.
Trapped between cultures: Neither Filipino nor American
April 16, 2014 02:05 AM
By: Eugenio Amparo, MD
(This article was shared by columnist Mr. Juan Mercado. It talks about a retiree’s apprehensions and deep-seated social problems of the country)
I WAS born in the Philippines to Filipino parents but I have lived continuously in America since 1974, the year I started my diagnostic radiology residency at the University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas.