Opinion

Curing our ignorance

The readings of the Mass of the Third Sunday of Easter, Year B, (Acts 3,13-15.17-19; 1 Jn 2,1-5; Lk 24-35-48) tell us that it was out of ignorance that the people then crucified Christ, the very savior of mankind, but

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Oil and agriculture

“Modern agriculture is the use of land to convert petroleum into food” – Albert Allen Bartlett How important is oil to the economy? It does not take a genius to answer the question. Oil is one of the most important

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Wangwang again

President Marcos has issued an order prohibiting government officials and employees from using vehicle sirens and blinkers indiscriminately or just to force their way through heavy traffic, along with reducing the list of government VIPs who are entitled to special

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When God tests us

Actually, our whole life here on earth is a test God gives us, to see if what he wants us to be, that is, to be his image and likeness, sharers of his divine life and nature is also what

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Emergency info

On a recent airplane ride, our daughter forgot her cellphone in the lavatory but it was returned to her by the flight attendant who knew how to access the emergency information in the phone, which contained her name. Armed with

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An ounce of prevention…

If the surge in measles and pertussis cases in the country isn’t enough, the World Health Organization has also sounded the alarm over the rising incidence of viral Hepatitis in the Philippines, as a WHO report placed us 9th among

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Making Christ the center of our life

We should always feel the need to always strengthen our belief in Christ. That’s because with all the things that we have to grapple with everyday, there’s always the tendency to set Christ aside and to fall into depending on

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Private sector help

As the world grapples with global crises, particularly hunger and malnutrition, the World Food Program is urging the private sector to help governments in solving those problems. “We can no longer depend on governments to do everything. We just can’t.

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Assuming God’s attitude toward sinners

This is a great challenge for us! Since we are God’s image and likeness, we should also try to assume the very same attitude God has towards sinners, or towards anyone with whom we have some differences and conflicts. And

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Still disaster prone

Ranked as the most disaster-prone country for 13 years, the Philippines also emerged as the ninth-most earthquake threatened nation worldwide, experiencing 581 quakes in 2023 alone, according to a study by Utility Bidder, a UK-based energy consultancy company. Among these

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