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Remembering Cardinal Sin

During the Lenten season, I could not help but fondly remember Jaime Cardinal Sin. This one-of-a-kind religious leader had many virtuous. But perhaps, his sense of humor (sometimes off color) is not as well known to many.

The nation today commemorates the EDSA People Power Revolution of February 22-25, 1986. It was a sustained assertion of civil resistance, a non-violent revolution that led to the departure of then President Ferdinand Marcos and the end of his authoritarian regime which had begun with his declaration of martial law in 1972.

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Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio is “sarcastic” and “maldita” who will not back down from any fight, according to the President.

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A small and medium-size ship builder has urged Filipino entrepreneurs and seafarers to invest in the production of sea-worthy vessels to serve the transport needs of the country’s island communities and tourism.

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