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“IT is a dark day in the world,” writes Austin Ruse, the president of the US-based Center for Family Life (C-Fam) in last week’s Friday Fax from New York. Austin is an old friend who monitors 24/7 what’s happening to policies and laws on human life, the family and marriage…

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FAKE news is not necessarily a new thing, but as a global phenomenon and a casual political weapon it most certainly is. It could be particularly dangerous and ruinous when used against the state, but even far more so when used by the state against its enemies. Especially so in…

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IT is not clear whether Protestant pastor Ernesto Abella had resigned or was unceremoniously fired as presidential spokesman, but without the simplest explanation, President Rodrigo Duterte has named Kabayan party-list Rep. Harry Roque as his new man for the job…

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PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte stands to gain a lot of international goodwill from the 17 other world leaders who will be attending the 12th East Asia Summit in Angeles City on November 13 to 14, if he plays his cards right, but he will have to work very hard to translate…

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CEBU CITY—The last time I saw anything like it was during the wake of St. John Paul II at St. Peter’s Basilica in April 2005. At least a million Poles, and so many more from various parts of the world, had come to Rome to pay their homage to the…

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IN my column on Monday (“The truths we live by,” MT, October 23, 2017), I wrote about the projected relaunch of the National Transformation Council whose call for national transformation was first aired through the Lipa Declaration of August 27, 2014. The move is inspired by the recent passing of…

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BISHOP Juan de Dios Pueblos, 74, of the Diocese of Butuan, passed away on Saturday evening at the Cardinal Santos Medical Center in Greenhills North, San Juan, where he had been confined for leukemia for the past one month and 20 days. Together with some friends from the National Transformation…

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THE highest praise I ever heard of a priest paid by another priest was what the late Jose Cardinal Sanchez, former Prefect of the Sacred Congregation for the Clergy and President of the Pontifical Commission for the Preservation of Artistic and Historical Patrimony of the Church—the first and only Filipino…

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THERE are a couple of profoundly sensational things President Rodrigo Duterte threatens to do, and he’s got us on tenterhooks waiting to see what he will finally do. Given his well-known track record, no one knows if he really means what he says, and what truly motivates him. Where crime…

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FR. Romeo “Archie” Intengan, S.J., 75, was laid to rest at the Jesuit Cemetery in Novaliches, Quezon City, on Saturday morning amidst a huge outpouring of prayers, praise, affection and thanksgiving from all sorts of people for the priest, physician, patriot, political thinker, social reformer and friend of the poor…

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