This is my place. Love it and hate it.

This isn’t the place I was born. Nor the place I would have chosen to be raised had I been given the choice. This here, is the very place where I have spent almost twenty-eight years of my bittersweet existence. For almost three decades of being alive, this spot became the cradle of my existence. […]

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The Ocean: My Enemy, My Friend!

“Faith allows impossible things to happen.” Swimming is a life skill. More than the convenience one gets in knowing it, is the fact that it is a basic life- saving necessity that should be addressed appropriately and accordingly. Since I was young, I knew I’ll grow up a lover of the ocean. I loved it […]

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The Eco War: SM Baguio vs. Environmentalists

I am for Nature. Everyone close to me, would know that. I feel an urge and a responsibility to preserve and sustain God’s creation, something that I myself cannot wholly understand. Perhaps, I am a born- environmentalist. And with Earth as my element, the urge I felt is driven by my innate connection to the […]

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March 25: The International Day of the Unborn, Feast of the Annunciation

The Feast of the Annunciation which falls on March 25 is one of the most important in the Church calendar. First, it is during this time that Archangel Gabriel announce unto Mary that she will conceive the Son of God, Jesus Christ the Incarnate Word and Mary’s fiat–her willing acceptance of God’s holy plan. Secondly […]

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My Thoughts on the “20 Reasons I Dislike about the Philippines” video

Beforehand, let me introduce to you Mr. Jimmy Sieczka, a working alien living in Cebu, Philippines for more than three years whose eventual rise to fame has earned him both critics and supporters alike. He became widely known here after having created and posted a video which enumerates his personal thoughts why he seem to dislike dear […]

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Where Have All the French Catholics Gone?

The Roman Catholicism in France has evolved over the years. It journeyed with the rest of its head, The Roman Catholic  Church for centuries. Since its earliest written records of Christians in France which dates back to the 2nd century when Irenaeus detailed the deaths of ninety-year old bishop Pothinus of Lugdunum(Lyon) and the other martyrs of the 177 persecution in Lyon, […]

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