Random Thought 1: Sometimes you just have to declare things and they will come true. Other times, you have to will it, pray for it, and work hard for it. The thing I wrote about last week just came true and it really happened before September ended. Last Sunday’s mass I was praying, “Thy will […]
I suddenly remembered I still have a blog. One of my many email addresses prompted me yesterday about an inquiry from a reader. If not for her, I won’t really be touching this website. Dropping here some mundane thoughts in one of the same Saturday afternoons I’m having because of the current situation I’m in. […]
The condo unit I purchased was a pre-selling, one-bedroom condo unit of Victoria Sports Tower 2. Its developer is New San Jose Builders, Inc. NOISE POLLUTION If you’re in the city, inherently it will be noisier than the province. In choosing a condo, one thing you have to balance with the ease in access to […]
Here’s the link of Fr. Gboi Samonte’s “Umasa Ka Sa Diyos” (Psalm 37) interpreted in different dialects -Tagalog, Bicolano, Ilokano, Visayan, and Kapampangan. The song is interpreted by “Choirantine for the Lord” composed of parishioners of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus in F. Homes 1, City of San Jose del Monte, Bulacan. As of […]
Some photos from my November, 2019 visit to Royal Ontario Museum.
Here’s a snippet of the online music video of Umasa Ka Sa Diyos as interpreted by some of its original singers, the priest alumni of KENOSIS Chorale of the Immaculate Concepcion Major Seminary of Guiguinto, Bulacan, and with its composer on piano!
This is dedicated to all people from all walks of life who continue to hope in the Lord during this time of COVID-19 pandemic.
Do Filipinos still go to museums? Why or why not? What do museum goers expect to see and what do they do inside? What are their takeaways? Ten shrines being handled by the Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA) attracts a total of 689,000 tourists per year on average or roughly 1,900 tourists per […]
Today is the 78th Day of Valor (Araw ng Kagitingan 2020).Mt. Samat Shrine including the underground war museum is currently closed because of ECQ. It will reopen once the ECQ is lifted. There have been changes already in the shrine and more developments are to be expected. So make sure to include Mt. Samat on your next visit to Bataan! Here are some up to date information you may need to know.
Holy Week this year is extraordinary. Most of us will have to spend it within the confines of our own homes, with limited access to things we are so used to. However, this doesn’t mean that we should be lax on our faith. It’s rather a great opportunity to intensify our efforts to be “God-like”. Here are some meaningful ways to still keep the “holy” on Holy Week.
The government helps provide food to the lowest income households, as the government should. But those who held a regular job and a steady source of income just three weeks ago were starting to ask – or demand – for their taxes to work for them, too.
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