The biggest loser
May 25,2013 12:46 AM
By: Artchil B. Fernandez
WHO IS the biggest loser in the last election? It appears the result of the election is a dangerous omen for Vice President Jejomar Binay. Many reputable analysts were saying the Vice President had a cold sweat when election returns trickled in and most likely the feeling turned worst when the outcome was concluded. A good lesson in life can be learned from this.
The Most Holy Trinity as a Model to Imitate
May 25,2013 12:44 AM
HOLY TRINITY SUNDAY
Gospel Reading: John 16,12-15
TO SPEAK of the Most Holy Trinity may come to some as something reserved only to priests, religious men and women, and students of Theology. It is popularly seen as something totally out of this world or completely detached from the realities of the present life.
The marginalization of Filipinos in our conflict with Taiwan
May 25,2013 12:42 AM
By: Efren N. Padilla
IN THE aftermath of the fatal shooting of a 65-year old Taiwanese fisherman allegedly poaching in Philippine waters with his boat crew, our overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in Taiwan have borne the brunt of the backlash. Our OFWs have been threatened from being fired at work and deported. Lately, they have been warned to stay home and not to venture outside for their safety from local reprisals.
May 25,2013 12:40 AM
By: Juan L. Mercado
NATY “MORALES” never heard or read about the Marcoses, Estradas, Binays and Ampatuans wresting election victory. She is a 53-year-old beggar, who looks a haggard 80. What matters is even leftover food, she shrugs.
Matter of flowers
May 25,2013 12:38 AM
By: Modesto Sa-onoy
This month is considered in the Philippines as the month of flowers. We do have Flores de Mayo which I partly wrote about last Monday in relation to the annual tradition of the Santacruzan.
I was struck by a quotation from Kuszuko Ukahora which was cited in the main frame during the photo exhibits by the Digital Photography and Imaging Society which opened at Robinson’s Place last Monday as well.