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Photos: ‘Pabása ng Pasyón’

The "Pabasa" is the uninterrupted chanting of the Pasyón, an epic poem narrating the life, passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ

Palm Sunday observance becomes ‘business opportunity’ in Catholic Philippines

The observance of the Holy Week in the Philippines, has become an opportunity for Filipinos to showcase their artistry and business acumen

Photos: Filipinos celebrate Chinese influence on Lunar New Year

Chinese influence in the Philippines dates back to the 10th century, many years before the colonization of the islands by Spain

‘Mangkukulam’ and libel

The Supreme Court stressed that the word "mangkukulam" is undoubtedly an epithet of “opprobrium”

The Black Nazarene and the Filipinos’ quest for resurrection

The Black Nazarene devotion is perhaps one of the Philippines' most predominantly working-class Catholic devotions

Saya at Pighati: Mga alaala kay F. Sionil Jose

Siguro, ganoon talaga, may mga magkakaibigan na nagkakasundo sa isang bagay at mayroon din namang hindi

Philippine literary giant F. Sionil Jose dies

In a 2019 interview with CNN Philippines, Jose said he wanted his epitaph to read: "He wrote stories and believed in them”

The superpowers of Choc Nut

The unsaturated fat in peanuts gives one energy, which can help a person remain alert and ward off fatigue and sleepiness

‘Umalagad’: Remembering our beloved dead

We always know deep within us that our beloved dead are “umalagad,” our loved ones have always served both in life and in death

‘My Name’ at ang paghahanap sa katotohanan

Napakahalaga sa panahon ngayon na kilatisin at alamin natin ang nagsasabi ng totoo at ang hindi

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