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Way to go, Baham!

TINGNAN mo nga naman ang buhay. Down and out na siya at maging ang kanyang pamilya ay lunod na sa pighati dahil sa trahedyang nangyari sa ibabaw ng boxing ring sa Yokohama, Japan. Sa isang iglap ay natapos ang pangarap ng Kabitenyong boksingero na si Renerio Arizala matapos bumagsak sa 6th round kontra kay Tsuyoshi […]

The story of Zaccheus

Tuesday, November 19, 2019 33rd Week in Ordinary Time First Reading: 2 Mac 6:18-31 Gospel Reading: Lk 19:1-10 When Jesus entered Jericho and was going through the city, a man named Zaccheus was there. He was a tax collector and a wealthy man. He wanted to see what Jesus was like, but he was a […]

Persons with disabilities, senior citizens employees may pag-asa

DUMARAMI ngayon ang mga kumpanya na tumatanggap ng mga empleyado nila na mga senior citizens (SCs) at persons with disabilities. Isang malaking department store ang nag-hire a few days ago ng mga young adults na may autism. Nagdagdag pa ng kanyang mga deaf and mute employees ang isang coffee and pastry resto kamakailan. At noong […]

The blind man

Monday, November 18, 2019 33rd Week in Ordinary Time First Reading: 1Mac 1:10-15, 41-43; 54-57 Gospel Reading: Lk 18:35-43 When Jesus drew near to Jericho, a blind man was sitting by the road, begging. As he heard the crowd passing by, he inquired what it was, and they told him that Jesus of Nazareth was […]

VP Robredo, ingat sa sikreto ng bansa

UMALMA si ICAD Co-chair at PDEA Director-General Aaron Aquino sa pagbibigay ng “sensitibong impormasyon” kay Vice President Leni Robredo. Ayon kay Aquino, ang hinihinging listahan ng mga “high value targets” ay “classified information” ng National Security Council na dapat lamang makita ng mga taong may “security clearance”. Alanganin din si Interior Undersecretary Rico Judge Echiverri […]

Loyzaga perks up PH baseball

FROM boyhood, Chito Loyzaga, son of the country’s greatest basketball player Caloy, and himself a Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) superstar after his San Beda and YCO days, has been involved in sports. Now at 61, he continues to do so but this time in a different sport from basketball as he now the president of […]

The end of times

Sunday, November 17, 2019 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time First Reading: Mal 3:19-20 Second Reading: 2 Thes 3:7-12 s Gospel Reading: Lk 21:5-19 While some people were talking about the Temple, remarking that it was adorned with fine stonework and rich gifts, Jesus said to them, “The days will come when there shall not be […]

Gov’t exec may sumpong lagi

DA who ang isang government executive na may sumpong lagi ngayong nakalipas na mga araw at laging nagtataray kapag tinatanong ng mga mamamahayag. Nitong nakaraang linggo, kapansin-pansin ang pagiging mainitin ng ulo ni Mr. Official. Puro pabalang ang mga sagot ni government official sa lahat ng mga tanong sa kanya. Umpisa pa lamang ng kanyang […]

Internship coverage pinalawak

UPANG mas hikayatin ang mga indibidwal na magtrabaho sa gobyerno, pinalawak ng Department of Labor and Employment ang saklaw ng Government Internship Program o GIP. Sa Department Order No. 204-A series of 2019, pinapahintulutan ang mga indibidwal na may edad 31 pataas na mag-aplay sa nasabing programa. Para maging kwalipikado, kinakailangang wala pa itong karanasan […]

Perseverance in prayer

Saturday, November 16, 2019 32nd Week in Ordinary Time First Reading: Wis 18: 14-16; 19:6-9 Gospel Reading: Lk 18:1-8 Jesus told his disciples a parable to show them that they should pray continually and not lose heart. He said, “In a certain town there was a judge who neither feared God nor people. In the […]

By love compelled

Friday, November 15, 2019 32nd Week in Ordinary Time First Reading: Wis 13: 1-9 Gospel Reading: Lk 17:26-37 Jesus said to his disciples, “As it was in the days of Noah, so will it be on the day the Son of Man comes. Then people ate and drank; they took husbands and wives. “But on […]

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