Thursday, March 28, 2013

Surrender your problems to the Lord

Ang paghihirap sa ating buhay

Pakiki-isa sa paghihirap ni Kristo

Selfless Giving

Mga Gawain sa Panahon ng Kwaresma

Ang buhay na Hiram

'Only Love can Save Us from Sin'

Say Mensahe parad Ambelat Agaw

Pamamahagi ng pag-ibig at awa ng Diyos

Friday, March 22, 2013

SM hales bagger to court for stealing chocolate bars worth P60


MANILA, Philippines—For stealing two pieces of chocolate bars worth P60, a grocery bagger was arrested and charged with qualified theft in the Manila Regional Trial Court, with bail set at P10,000.

Millions have no birth certificates, can't vote


MANILA, Philippines - At least 7.5 million Filipinos have not registered their names upon birth and are therefore stripped of some civil and democratic rights such as secondary education and the act of voting.

Kris Aquino breaks silence, quits showbiz


MANILA – The Queen of all Media Kris Aquino announced on Thursday she will resign from her shows in ABS-CBN amid the latest controversy involving her, ex-husband James Yap, and their five-year-old son James Jr. (popularly known as Bimby).

‘Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie’ coming to SM theaters in May


“Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie”, the 2012 Japanese anime film based on the hit manga series “Naruto”, is coming to SM Cinema Theaters on May 15, just two weeks after the release of another anime movie, “One Piece Film Z”.

Heart's parents to file charges vs Chiz, who is 'source of family feud'


The parents of actress Heart Evangelista are planning to file criminal and civil charges against her boyfriend, re-electionist senator Francis 'Chiz' Escudero, for allegedly driving a wedge between them and their daughter.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

PUP students who torched tables and chairs face expulsion


MANILA, Philippines - Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) president Emmanuel de Guzman said Wednesday that students involved in a violent protest action on Tuesday may be expelled from school.

John Lloyd turns emotional in another movie with Sarah


ACTOR John Lloyd Cruz had to contain his tears when asked about what he learned after portraying the character of business heir Miggy Montenegro in his upcoming movie “It Takes a Man and a Woman” opposite Sarah Geronimo.

Only 949 passed 2012 Bar exams?


  MANILA - Of the 5,686 who took the Bar exams last year, only 949 passed, a source from the Supreme Court said.

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

LESS FUN FOR TEACHERS IN THE PHILIPPINES | They pay more taxes than doctors, lawyers


MANILA - Teachers pay more taxes than doctors or lawyers in some areas, fiscal authorities on Monday said, adding that this discrepancy raises the absurd conclusion that those practicing medicine or law are minimum wage earners.

Monday, March 18, 2013

Louise delos Reyes, naging emosyunal nang aminin ang breakup nila ni Enzo Pineda


Inamin na nina Louise delos Reyes at Enzo Pineda na winakasan na nila ang dalawang taon nilang relasyon.

UP: Student's death an ‘isolated unfortunate’ case


MANILA -- Officials of the University of the Philippines (UP) shrugged off on Monday the criticisms that they pushed freshman Kristel Tejada to death by ignoring an appeal to give her more time to pay tuition.

One more fight minimum, three more maximum: Manny Pacquiao sees finish line to epic career


Manny Pacquiao is giving himself a minimum of one and a maximum of three fights before finally calling it quits.

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Erap, Lim ‘battle’ reaches UP


THE raging “word war” between former President Joseph “Erap” Ejercito Estrada and Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim reached the University of the Philippines (UP) campus in Manila on Wednesday, to the delight of students who organized the “face-off” through a debate dubbed “Thrilla in UP Manila.”

Argentina's Bergoglio elected as new Pope Francis


VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina was elected in a surprise choice to be the new leader of the troubled Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday, taking the name Francis I and becoming the first non-European pontiff in nearly 1,300 years.

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Papal names: A symbolic choice for new pope


VATICAN CITY - From Pius to Clement, Hilarius to Simplicius, papal names from down the centuries are inextricably linked to the brilliant or wretched legacies of the men who have ruled the Vatican.

Philippines opens bid to join global gambling elite


MANILA, Philippines - The Philippines makes its biggest bet this weekend in a high-stakes bid to join the world's elite gaming destinations, with the launch of a $1.2-billion casino on Manila Bay.

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Balkman ban 'hardest decision' I had to make as PBA chief, says Salud


PBA commissioner Chito Salud has bared that handing out the lifetime ban on Renaldo Balkman was one of the hardest decisions he ever made at the helm of Asia's first professional cage league.

Dominic Roco on Sheena Halili: 'Friends-friends lang talaga. We’re not getting past that'


“I’ve said enough before, I’ll leave it like that!”

Danny Zialcita, director of Sharon and Gabby’s ‘Dear Heart’, dies at 71


Screenwriter, director and producer Danny L. Zialcita passed away last Sunday due to natural causes. He was 71.

Wake up to awesome mornings with breakfast at McDonald’s!


MANILA, Philippines - McDonald’s values the importance of having breakfast in the morning. A report carried out by the University of Edinburgh on behalf of the World Health Organization has stated that the habit of eating breakfast is a must to maintain a good lifestyle.

Monday, March 11, 2013

Perps score 4-peat in amazing show


MANILA, Philippines - Lucky Seven.

Perpetual Help came through with the toughest and a near-flawless routine to fashion out a first-ever four-peat feat and a league best seventh title in the 88th NCAA cheerleading competition at the MOA Arena in Pasay City yesterday.

Saturday, March 09, 2013

Most female senatorial bets against legalization of divorce in PHL


The Philippines, a predominantly Roman Catholic nation, is the only country in the world without divorce. President Benigno Aquino III himself described the legalization of divorce in the country as “a no-no.”

Friday, March 08, 2013

Petron Eyes Lead Against Alaska


Alaska’s youthful mentor Luigi Trillo pointed to his team’s poor shooting as the culprit to their 75-68 loss to defending champion San Mig Coffee last Wednesday that ended their impressive five-game winning run in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup.

PH mortician offers to embalm Chavez


A Philippine mortician famous for putting dead dictator Ferdinand Marcos into a glass display case offered his services on Friday to the deceased Hugo Chavez, whom Venezuela wants embalmed "like Lenin."

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How do you express your personality through your style? 

Tagle among 3 clerics favored for pope by victims of sex abuse


Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle is being seen as among the prospects for pope who are most capable of addressing the church's sex abuse crisis.

Binay, UNA caution Aquino on Sabah 'conspiracy theory'


SAN MIGUEL, Bulacan -- Vice President Jejomar Binay and senatorial candidates of the United Nationalist Alliance cautioned President Benigno Aquino III on Thursday against harping on an alleged “conspiracy” behind the Sabah sojourn by followers of Sulu Sultan Jamalul Kiram III.

Actor and singer Xian Lim on his favorite comic book heroes


MANILA, Philippines - caught up recently with actor and singer Xian Lim and he shares who his top five comic book heroes are. Check out his answer by playing the video below:

Wednesday, March 06, 2013

Venezuela's Hugo Chavez dead from cancer


CARACAS - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez died on Tuesday after a two-year battle with cancer, ending 14 years of tumultuous, divisive rule that won him passionate support from the poor but the hatred of business leaders and wealthier Venezuelans.

KathNiel confirms mutual understanding


From magulong usapan a few months back, Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla said that they now have a “mutual understanding” when it comes to the status of their relationship.

Malacañang: Atimonan incident, a rubout


MANILA, Philippines - President Benigno Aquino III has accepted in full the recommendations and conclusions of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) that there was no shootout between the group of suspected jueteng kingpin Vic Siman and policemen and soldiers in Atinoman, Quezon last January 6.

Monday, March 04, 2013

5 katao, patay, 6 pa, nawawala sa landslide sa Leyte


Nagdulot ng pagguho ng lupa nitong Biyernes sa isang geothermal power project sa Leyte ang ilang araw na pag-ulan doon na nagresulta sa pagkasawi ng limang manggagawa at pagkawala ng anim na iba pa.

Alfred Vargas Believes Things Are Falling Into Place


MANILA, Philippines –Actor-turned-councilor Alfred Vargas has full faith in the core theme of Brazilian novelist Paulo Coehlo’s “The Alchemist” in that “when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it."

Controversial “Kulo” exhibit ‘not obscene’ - Ombudsman


MANILA, Philippines – Artist Mideo Cruz has been absolved by the Office of the Ombudsman of criminal charges stemming from his controversial “Kulo” art exhibit and “Poleteismo” artwork.

Swamped by protests, Villar says sorry for remark on Filipino nurses


MANILA, Philippines – Swamped by an avalanche of protests on social media over her remarks that seemed to belittle the expectations of Filipino nurses, Team PNoy senatorial candidate Cynthia Villar apologized on Twitter to the nurses, nursing students and their families.  She said she had no intention of hurting anyone.

Friday, March 01, 2013

Google PHL, pinoy businessmen urge national ICT development


Further development of the Philippines' information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and creating a nurturing environment for internet products is needed to seize the sectors' contribution to the economy, a top Google Inc. official said recently.  

Sabah standoff ends with bloodshed; 3 dead, 1 hurt in assault - DFA


Manila, Philippines - The 17-day standoff in Sabah between followers of Sultan Sulu Jamalul Kiram III, who are claiming the terriroty as part of their homeland, and Malaysian forces ended with a bloodshed on Friday, March 1. 

Ethel Booba, Ate Gay To Get The Boot From 'Wowowillie?'


MANILA, Philippines - The fun was temporarily cut short in the noontime show "Wowowillie" on Thursday following host Willie Revillame's outburst over the supposed unprofessionalism of his co-hosts Ethel Booba and Ate Gay.