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Kapa omen against Duterte

Jude Josue Sabio . BY its name alone, Kapa Community Ministry International sounds similar with the Greater Ministries International.  Both of them have many things in common other than their name.  First, while Kapa claims to be a religious group based in Alabel, Sarangani, the Greater Ministries International was a ...

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The family and the Holy Trinity

Fr. Leo Pabayo . THE family lives the life of the Holy Trinity in the world. It is the life of the Holy Trinity that we share that makes a family. The life of the family is always relational or is meant to be relational. The family is a family ...

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Psychological scars

Uriel Quilinguing . OBJECTS that remind us of joyful moments are kept; those that could trigger painful memories are discarded. How the human mind (not to be confused with the brain) could process feelings and emotions, out of objects, scenes and persons, resulting in the person’s attitudes and actions is ...

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Never-ending lesson

Egay Uy . LAST Sunday, I went to a Christian Church service together with my sons Jeiu, OJ and his wife Dotie, Jose, and wife Julia, as part of our regular Sunday family activity. Julia and I have not shed our Catholic faith but we also attend services of a Christian ...

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Siargao

Karl Gaspar . SIARGAO–Through the years since Siargao became a popular haven for tourists this side of the Republic, I was curious as to why it became a byword among those seeking the pleasures of sun, sand and surf!  Up till about the 1980s when we found our way to ...

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When it reigns, it’s fore

Netnet Camomot . LAST week was kind of, when it rains, it pours. Wellmed Dialysis Center’s owner Bryan Christopher Sy was arrested, President Rody Duterte asked Philippine Health Insurance Corporation’s bigwigs to resign, Kabus Padatoon (Kapa) Ministry International founder Pastor Joel Apolinario insisted his group is not into investment scams, ...

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Never compromise charity

Fr. Roy Cimagala . PREFER to suffer rather than compromise charity. That should be our attitude every time we find ourselves in some heated discussion, debate or argument, especially in matters that are open to opinion. You can be sure you would be resembling yourselves more with Christ than with ...

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‘Solve problems on shortages, don’t blame teachers’

THE Department of Education should to solve age-old problems on shortages in facilities, learning resources, and teaching and non-teaching personnel. Government officials should not blame and threaten teachers for exposing the true situation in their workplace. Shortages in school facilities, learning resources, and teaching and non-teaching personnel has been a ...

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Sorry!

Rhona Canoy . SO… Our councilor’s melodramatic privileged speech at the council meeting earlier this week certainly gave me pause to ponder upon the surprisingly common mindset of our culture. When he began talking about himself after the few words of apology was no surprise. But that people thought it ...

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‘Job burnout’: The enemy within business

Nora Soriño . ILIGAN City–Boredom. Tiredness. Loss of energy and/or enthusiasm. Anxiety. These are some of the feelings or non-feelings associated with this thing called job burnout which are being talked in the open these days now because it is a reality in this modern world of ours. Allow me ...

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