HABEMUS EPISCOPUM NOVUM: Dominican priest appointed as 4th bishop of the Diocese of Alaminos

Posted on March 18, 2024

Rev. Fr. Napoleon Sipalay Jr. O.P., D.D is the newly ordained bishop of the Diocese of Alaminos to the episcopate held at the minor basilica of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary of Manaoag in Pangasinan today, March 18, 2024.

CLAS conduct general assembly, students react to ‘unsatisfying’ discussion

Posted on March 02, 2024

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) held its general assembly called by Prof. Danilo K. Villena PhD, Officer-in-Charge of the CLAS department and Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA) to discuss new academic policies, upcoming departmental activities, and pressing student concerns last Thursday, February 22 at the SC Auditorium.

Antipolo on the rise to becoming the Philippines’ Pilgrimage Capital

Posted on March 02, 2024

The Diocese of Antipolo is currently garnering a lot of blessings since the start of the new year as they receive two important honors from the Vatican, namely a Golden Rose for Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage and a Crown for Our Lady of Fatima de Marikina.

Duterte’s trial rendered impossible as QC prosecutors dismiss grave threat claim

Posted on January 13, 2024

The Quezon City (QC) Prosecutor’s Office has dropped the grave threat suit and complaint lodged by ACT Teachers Party-list Rep. France Castro against former President Rodrigo Duterte following his multiple violative remarks against progressive individuals.

Metro Manila marked with slowest travel time, PISTON sparks concerns over Cubao-Divisoria route

Posted on January 13, 2024

A study by Dutch navigation and digital mapping group TomTom in 2023 shows Metro Manila with the slowest travel time due to the constant heavy flow of traffic and volume of private and public vehicles.

Lawmakers flag misrepresented people's initiative for Charter Change

Posted on January 13, 2024

Kabataan Partylist Representative Raoul Manuel reveals there has been a report of mass distribution of forms for Charter Change (Cha-Cha) in different communities containing agreements to participate in the people's initiative.

Gov’t stands firm on PUV modernization year end deadline, operators oppose

Posted on December 18, 2023

The government’s public utility vehicle (PUV) modernization program which began in 2017 is now nearing its due date as PUV drivers are mandated to consolidate their operations on or before December 31, 2023.

One in Mary’s Immaculate Conception

Posted on December 08, 2023

The Catholic Church celebrates the feast of the Immaculate Conception today, December 8. 

PH outstanding debt rises to 14.48 trillion

Posted on December 05, 2023

The outstanding debt of the Philippines escalates to P14.48 trillion, caused by the P212 billion latest debt added to its obligations in October.

Marcos' COVID-19 test result turns positive for 3rd time, PH records rise of cases

Posted on December 05, 2023

The COVID-19 virus test results for President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. were confirmed positive by Malacañang on Monday, December 4.

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