February 11, 2016 03:42 AM
By: Modesto P. Sao-noy
WHEN ONE writes especially for publication, he should relax to clear his head otherwise he comes out with stilted reasoning and wayward logic. This leads to mumble and jumble of one’s mental processes and attempts to cover up fails and instead reveals more.
Conversion is a lifetime need
February 11, 2016 03:32 AM
By: Fr. Roy Cimagala
WITH THE SEASON of Lent, we once again are reminded of the need for conversion. Let's hope that we go through this process in a most sincere and thorough way so much so that we would emerge from this season as a new creation once again, as God wants us to be.
The government of God, good
February 11, 2016 03:24 AM
Health is Reflected in Love
By: Neera Kapur
(The writer is a practitioner of Christian Science healing and teaches this system of healing in the Philippines.)
ELECTIONS ARE round the corner for many countries, including the Philippines, the United States, and several others. Those letter “C” words are being used all over: criticism, condemnation, complaint and so on.
Beloy in our hearts
February 11, 2016 03:16 AM
FEBRUARY 11, 1986 is a day which not only shocked Antiqueños but the rest of Panayanons who struggled at the height of Martial Rule.
Evelio B. Javier, Beloy to his friends and beloved, is a martyr who not only fought the dictatorship but even poverty in Antique.
Rex Donasco: Fighting for Iloilo
February 11, 2016 03:02 AM
By: Limuel Celebria
LIKE MOST other persons of a certain age, Rex Donasco, prefers the unsequestered life away from the glare of the spotlight and the scrutiny of keen, calculating eyes. At the end of the day, Rex would rather be sitting quietly in some cozy nook, bottle in hand, contemplating the secret songs of the cicada.