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Women's Front: HRVs in Abra

By INNABUYOG-GABRIELA Abduction, Illegal detention, intimidation and harassment, some of the alleged human rights violations committed by the elements of the 41st IB and 55th...

Editorial: Adivay 2008, support the native

When in some 14 years ago the Adivay started with the objective to unite the i-Benguet and revive the native culture through a grand...

As The Bamboos Sway: Typhoon Yolanda & solar energy

By RUDY D. LIPORADA Typhoon Yolanda’s murderous rampage in the Visayas is a sobering reminder that some more must be done with regard to the...

Weekly Reflections: Evangelizing the masses

By REV. LUNA DINGAYAN “Then Jesus answered, ‘Go away, Satan! The Scripture says, Worship the Lord your God and serve only him!’ ” — Matthew...

The Tortoise, Hare and Monkey – A Tot’s version

Most of us are familiar with the stories of The Hare and the Tortoise; and The Monkey, Turtle and the Banana Tree. From each, in their simplicity, we draw lessons against laziness and its consequences, of being slow but deliberate and its rewards, and being critical in making decisions where the obvious is not always the correct way to go (where ‘Tuso man daw ang matsing, napaglalangan din’ – A monkey maybe shrewd but could also be outsmarted).

Statements: Let us journey in support of the GRP-NDFP peace negotiations

We, the 135 leaders of the clergy, religious and laity from the five federations that comprise the Philippine Ecumenical Peace Platform (PEPP)* have successfully convened the 5th Ecumenical Church Leaders Summit on Peace from September 20-22, 2016 under the theme “Celebrating God’s Work for Peace: Journeying with the GRP-NDFP in the Continuing Struggle for Peace”.

Youth Speak: Ka Bel: the grand old man of Philippine labor

By LUTHER E. VILLANUEVA As August 31 is a day to commemorate Filipino heroes, we remember the life of one of the most respected leaders...

Prayerful mothers

“Lord Almighty, look at me, your servant! See my trouble and remember me! Don’t forget me! If you give me a son, I promise that I will dedicate him to you for his whole life and that he will never have his hair cut” - I Samuel 1:11

Statement of support for journalist Cheche Lazaro

By ALLIANCE OF CONCERNED TEACHERS We, teachers and workers in the education sector belonging to the Alliance of Concerned Teachers, the largest teachers organization nationwide,...

Editorial: Diversionary tactics?

0 Tuesday morning, August 12, victims, relatives and friends of victims of torture and enforced disappearances, human rights defenders, the Filipino people and all humanity...