By Jocelyn R. Uy
As the Filipino faithful began Tuesday the nine-day “Simbang Gabi” or dawn Masses, a Catholic priest reminded them that the best way to observe the true meaning of Christmas was to love others—not equate it with feasting on bibingka and puto bumbong.
An all-women theater group has found an ingenious way around a sales tax hike that is crippling Spanish theaters–by selling pornography.
By Gabriel Cardinoza
At dusk on Saturday, an elderly woman, aided by an assistant, stepped off a van and took a close look at a “belen” (Nativity scene) built at the town plaza.
By Julie S. Alipala
Through the help of residents here, the Sheikh Karimul Makhdum mosque, the oldest historical and religious landmark in the country, was able to survive the elements for more than 600 years.
By DJ Yap
The House of Representatives has unanimously approved on final reading a bill mandating the teaching of Moro history, culture and identity in college.