By Carmela Reyes-Estrope
It was no ordinary fiesta in this riverside town in Bulacan province on Sunday. Excitement was palpable as residents, many in their Sunday best, trooped to Bocaue River to relive—or maybe forget—a tragedy that has haunted the town since 1993.
By Philip C. Tubeza
Why do they keep coming back, barefoot, and in their millions?
By Jocelyn R. Uy
An image of a breast-feeding Virgin Mary has been quietly making the rounds of homes and hospitals in Manila and nearby provinces, granting wishes of women desperate for a child and having troubles with their milk.
By Jaymee Gamil
, Jeannette I. Andrade
After 22 grueling hours, it left a spent army of devotees slumped on the pavement, Church leaders pondering what had become of their flock, and the government patting itself on the back for thwarting an alleged terrorist plot.
By Jeannette Andrade
After more than 21 hours, the image of the Black Nazarene was finally brought back inside the Quiapo Church from the Quirino Grandstand before 6 a.m. Tuesday, radio and television reports said.