November, 2012

November 30th, 2012Feast, News, ThanksgivingPedro Calungsod 0 Comments

All eyes will be on Cebu today, Friday, as it celebrates the canonization of the first Visayan martyr San Pedro Calungsod at the South Road Properties (SRP). Some 500,000 devotees from different parts of the country are expected to attend. Read the res…

November 30th, 2012NewsP.Noy 0 Comments

MANILA — President Benigno Aquino III confirmed Friday that he is set to meet with members of the House of Representatives to discuss the controversial Reproductive Health (RH) bill in Malacanang on Monday. In an interview in Cebu, the President said he would want to make sure that lawmakers would already decide on the measure. […]

November 29th, 2012Feast, News, ThanksgivingPedro Calungsod 0 Comments

Check this calendar of activities so you will know what to witness in today’s San Pedro Calungsod thanksgiving day. Sun.Star website at www.sunstar.com.ph will cover some of these activities live.

November 29th, 2012Feast, News, ThanksgivingPedro Calungsod 0 Comments

A rerouting plan is in place today, Friday (November 30, 2012), for private vehicles, trucks, and passenger buses and jeepneys. Check these maps below created by Sun.Star Graphics.     Other maps:    

November 28th, 2012Feast, News, ThanksgivingPedro Calungsod 0 Comments

The Sun.Star website, at www.sunstar.com.ph, will stream live Friday, November 30, the thanksgiving mass for the sainthood of Pedro Calungsod, a young Visayan martyr who was canonized last October 21 in Rome, Italy. The live streaming of the mass, whic…

November 28th, 2012Feast, News, ThanksgivingPedro Calungsod 0 Comments

THE grand thanksgiving celebration in the Archdiocese of Cebu is the result of the collective effort of individuals and organizations that offered their time and resources. “There is beauty and dignity in volunteerism,” said Fr. Expedito Torrevilla…

November 28th, 2012Feast, News, ThanksgivingPedro Calungsod 0 Comments

Be mindful. Be prepared. Have a prayerful attitude. These are among the things that one must do during the San Pedro Calungsod thanksgiving mass tomorrow. Officials from the police, traffic and the church yesterday issued guidelines for the convenience…

November 28th, 2012Featured, NewsSun.Star Sports 0 Comments

VICTORY has never been sweeter for the Philippine Azkals as they scored a repeat over Vietnam in the Suzuki Cup. Emilio “Chieffy” Caligdong slipped into the hero’s shoes as he scored the winning goal in the dying minutes of the game to salvage another upset over Vietnam, 1-0, in the Asian Football Federation Suzuki Cup […]

The image of San Pedro Calungsod arrived in Cebu around noon Tuesday on board a fast craft from Getafe, Bohol. It was greeted by devotees who lined the streets, waving at the image and offering prayers to the first Visayan martyr. Read the rest of this…

November 26th, 2012NewsPedro Calungsod 0 Comments

CEBU CITY (Updated 12:23 p.m.) — The pilgrim of San Pedro Calungsod finally arrives in Cebu City Tuesday from Talibon, Bohol, as the national pilgrimage that began shortly after the teenage martyr’s canonization last month ends. The holy im…

The three-foot wooden statue of San Pedro Calungsod will return to Cebu City from Talibon, Bohol at noon today, Tuesday, at the end of a national pilgrimage that began shortly after the teenage martyr’s canonization last month. From the Cebu City…

November 26th, 2012NewsP.Noy 0 Comments

MANILA (Updated 1:36 p.m.) — President Benigno Aquino III on Monday conferred the Quezon Service Cross — the highest honor Philippines can bestow to its citizen — on the late Interior and Local Government Secretary Jesse Robredo. In his speech, the President commended Robredo for being a good family man and honest public servant. Read […]

November 26th, 2012healthP.Noy 0 Comments

PRESIDENT Benigno Aquino III needs to take a long and relaxing break just like any other heads of state, Health Secretary Enrique Ona said Monday.
In an interview in Malacanang, Ona did not suggest that Aquino should undergo executive check-up but reit…

November 25th, 2012NewsP.Noy 0 Comments

PRESIDENT Benigno Aquino III seemed to have deaf ears on calls to end killings and other rights violations against women human rights defenders, a group said Sunday. Cristina Palabay, spokesperson of Tanggol Bayi, cited Aquino’s silence on the massacre of pregnant Juvy Capion, an anti-mining activist, and her two children in Tampakan, South Cotabato, which […]

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