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Muntinlupa City’s response to coronavirus – a timeline

    IN the scheme of things, local government units are the first responders in case of any crisis or emergency. Any LGU’s response will depend on its state of readiness, its resources, and its leadership. Using the following timeline, let me describe how Muntinlupa City has responded to the invisible enemy that is COVID-19. […]

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Royal official

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Royal official

  Gospel: Jn 4:43-54 *** AT that time Jesus left (Samaria) for Galilee. For Jesus himself testified that a prophet has no honor in his native place. When he came into Galilee, the Galileans welcomed him, since they had seen all he had done in Jerusalem at the feast; for they themselves had gone to […]

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Mental health tips for this difficult time

  HELLO! Bago ako bumalik sa pagsasagot ng mga sexy questions ninyo, bibigyan ko lang muna kayo ng ilang paalala mula sa Psychological Association of the Philippines para pangalagaan ang inyong mental health sa mga oras na ito. Pagtuunan ng pansin ang mga bagay na nasa iyong kontrol. Sundan ang mga rekomendasyon ng Department of […]

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What people get from sacrifice

  IT’S barely a week since the government placed Luzon under “enhanced community quarantine” due to the coronavirus. The limitations on people’s movements and activities force us to sacrifice with the end goal of preventing more Filipinos from catching and transmitting the virus. Sacrificing is not easy. The majority of us are not even prepared. […]

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Spiritually blind

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Spiritually blind

    A LADY once approached a priest and confided, “I feel guilty, Father. This morning, before coming to Mass, I committed the sin of pride. I sat for an hour in front of my mirror admiring my beauty.” Will I have to do penance? The priest, looking at her, replied: “Not at all, my […]

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Nourish your faith this Holy Week, but do it at home

  TWO weeks from today, it will be Palm Sunday, the first day of Holy Week traditionally celebrated with big crowds of the faithful waving palm leaves – coconut fronds in the Philippines – in commemoration of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem. There will be no such crowds this year, not here in the Philippines and […]

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