Day: January 8, 2020

Retired SC justice Carpio resumes column in Inquirer

MANILA, Philippines — Recently retired Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio — “the best Chief Justice the country never had” — returns to writing for the Inquirer on Thursday as he resumes his weekly column “Crosscurrents.” Carpio, who has made it his personal advocacy to protect and preserve Philippine territorial and maritime sovereignty, specifically in the […]

Gov’t dared: Bare loans with ‘confidential’ terms

MANILA, Philippines — Disclose to the public all the loans from China that contain confidentiality clauses to prove that there’s nothing irregular about these clauses, a party-list representative challenged the Department of Finance (DOF) on Wednesday. In a statement, Bayan Muna chairman Neri Colmenares called out an earlier pronouncement from a DOF official that dismissed […]

Tagle underscores devotion, mission, and gift

MANILA, Philippines — On the Feast of Black Nazarene, His Eminence Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle urged Filipinos to utilize “gifts” as devoted servants to fulfill the Lord’s mission. This was Tagle’s message before thousands of devotees in Quirino Grandstand in Manila during a Holy Mass early Thursday morning, hours before the annual procession of […]

Someone’s hurting you? Love them

MANILA, Philippines — Ahead of Traslacion,  His Eminence Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle on early Thursday advised devotees to follow Jesus Christ’s mission of love. In his homily during the vigil mass before the Traslacion, Tagle said when Jesus Christ died on the cross, it did not signify failure but rather an achievement of mission […]

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