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We are laborers of God’s harvest

“The harvest is abundant but the laborers are few; so, ask the master of the harvest to send out laborers for his harvest.” (Mt 9,37-38) These words of Christ should remind us that we actually all called to be laborers

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Heritage heist

The recent art heist that involved the theft of an Amorsolo from the Hofileña private museum within the Silay City Heritage Zone will have far reaching implications on the tourism sector of the city, whether or not the priceless artwork

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Focus on agriculture

House Bill No. 10324, or the proposed “Philippine Agricultural High School System Act of 2024,” aims to create secondary schools on farming in each of the country’s regions, in order to boost productivity and technology dissemination in the country’s neglected

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Everything starts with God’s love

This is very fundamental and indispensable for us to know. Otherwise, we would have a wrong idea of what our life is all about. God loves us first before we learn to love him and everybody and everything else in

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God in the familiar

Jesus left Nazareth when he was about 30 years old to start his ministry. He traveled around Galilee preaching the kingdom of God, healing the sick and driving out demons. Soon his name became known all over the region and

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Messaging scam awareness

A group composed of the country’s largest telcos is warning the public of a new wave of messaging scams that could bypass the filtering systems that have been set up. The Philippine Chamber of Telecommunication Operators (PCTO) urged industry players

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Rediscover God through faith and love

That rather amusing gospel episode about those who were so amazed at the preaching of Christ in the synagogue that they could not believe that someone just like them, coming from the same place and whose family they knew, could

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Import dependent and import oriented?

“We have to learn to live with fewer imports and more exports promoting national production.” – Miguel Diaz-Canel According to the statistics office, the first quarter of 2024 our agricultural imports was USD 4.34 billion or a whooping 230 billion

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Still reaching higher

The Philippines has remained in the lower middle-income country (MIC) group of the World Bank for the fiscal year 2025, staying in the same classification since 1987, which demonstrates the painfully slow progress the country is making to expand its

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God calls us despite whatever

That intriguing story of how St. Matthew, a tax-collector, was called by Christ to be one of his apostles (cfr. Mt 9,9-13) brings out the truth of our Christian faith that God can choose anyone to pursue a special vocation

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