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Filipino Catholics celebrate Jan. 19, the Feast of the Santo Nino (Child Jesus) with festive and elaborate rites that attract both local and foreign tourists.
Human life should be seen not just as a fundamental human right but as a gift from the Creator
At least 566 volcanic earthquakes have been felt since Jan. 12 when Taal Volcano first erupted
Through the festivities, people are reminded to always be like a child and remain humble
This week marks the 25th anniversary of Pope St. John Paul II’s 1995 visit to the Philippines that gave him the record of celebrating...
In times of disaster, it’s interesting to see different people instinctively conjuring different interpretations of what it means to have a meaningful death
From one disaster-affected area to another, help comes in various ways
Aid efforts lauded, but church leaders say more needed to help afflicted
Kingly processions, money showers put town's unique stamp on Feast of the Epiphany
The Philippines said it is considering a total ban on sending workers to Kuwait following the brutal death of 26-year-old woman