Tuesday, April 7, 2020


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Revisiting the Aglipay Shrines in Ilocos Norte

An IFI pilgrimage in Aglipayan landmarks in Ilocos Norte on February uncovered more details on Obispo Maximo Gregorio Aglipay's history as a priest of the Philippine Revolution, and the church's own history beyond Aglipay's life.

Ina Guintengan ken ti agtultuloy a nainsigudan a panagabel ti Tingguian

"Ni Inang Norma Agaid-Mina wenno Guintengan, naganna iti Tingguian a kayat a sawen ket nabalitokan a puso, ket immay ditoy siudad ti Baguio tapno ibinglay ti kaammuanna iti panagabel. Maysa isuna a mangngabel wenno master weaver manipud iti Abra."

Digong is Traitor, Enabler of the Fifth Column

"President Rodrigo ‘Digong’ Duterte is a traitor, the enabler of the Chinese fifth column in the covert Chinese invasion of the Philippines. He must be stopped NOW!"

The Gathering Storms towards the Final Empire’s Fall

The shout is down with imperialism which controls our economy through the landlords as their cohorts who control the government. This relationship between them is the root cause of our underdevelopment, unemployment, poverty, and all maladies that befall the Philippines.

The Sagrada Familia (Ilocos Sur), one of the first adherents of the Iglesia Filipina...

Explore the history of Salcedo's Sagrada Familia, a religious movement in Bantay Kilang whose tale spans a century of faith in strife and is connected to significant figures in Philippine religious and political history.

Volkswagen museum to open in Baguio

Besides the cool breeze and the Cordillera food and culture, fans of the iconic German automobile company will now have an added reason to travel up to the City of Pines with the rise of a Volkswagen museum.

Igorot WW2 veteran remembers defending homeland against invaders

Barely holding back his tears, 98 years old Tuacan Barian of Province of Benguet recalled how they gallantly stood their ground against the Japanese Imperial Army in the name of freedom and dignity during the commemoration of the 77th year of the “Araw ng Kagitingan" in Baguio City.

AS THE BAMBOOS SWAY | The Spirit of the Balangiga Bells

Now that the Bells of Balangiga are repatriated to the Philippines, there is a flurry of claims as to who should be credited for their return. Malacanang Palace has the audacity to say that it was only through the “political will” of President Rodrigo ‘Digong’ Duterte that the bells will again be hoisted at the Balangiga Church towers in Samar.

Ecumenical reflections commemorate Martial Law declaration

LAGAWE, Ifugao — Never Again to Martial Law! This was the outcry of the participants during the Commemoration of Martial Law in Ifugao on September 21, 2018 at Lagawe Ifugao.

Statements: Proclamation No. 575 a historic blunder, travesty of Cordi history by the...

Today, September 13, was declared a holiday. Why? Not because of super typhoon Ompong but because of a disastrous historical misinformation and revisionism committed by the government in complicity with the Cordillera Peoples Liberation Army (CPLA)!

Ano ang nagaganap sa Cagayan Valley noong si GMA ang pangulo? (2/2)

Ni DEO MONTESCLAROS www.nordis. net Isang balik-tanaw sa mga kaso ng extra-judicial killings sa Cagayan Valley LAST OF TWO PARTS Click here for first part Sa panunungkulan ni...

Ano ang nagaganap sa Cagayan Valley noong si GMA ang pangulo?

Isang balik-tanaw sa mga kaso ng extra-judicial killings sa Cagayan Valley



Hard life for the poor, tougher under lockdown

The poor are bearing most of the brunt of the COVID-19 health crisis. Without sufficient economic and social support, their hard life is becoming tougher each day under the lockdown.