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Yes To The Culture of Life

Yes To The Culture of Life

Atty. Aurora A. Santiago Duc in Altum   The Walk for Life initiated by the Sangguniang Laiko ng Pilipinas (or LAIKO), headed by its president Mrs. Zenaida Capistrano, was a huge success. The turn-out of participants was beyond expectation. The number of those who registered reached 20,300 as of Friday, and still counting. More than […]

Is Death Penalty the answer?

 Atty. Aurora A. Santiago Duc in altum During its Plenary Session last January, the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) issued Pastoral Statement on Death Penalty. “The Gospel of the Lord Jesus is the Gospel of Life. When we condemn violence, we cannot ourselves be its perpetrators, and when we decry murder, we cannot […]

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Catholic Church: Pioneer in Rehabilitation of Drug Dependents

Atty. Aurora A. Santiago Duc in altum   I was thinking that sometimes, we need not follow the Catholic preaching do not let the left hand know what the right hand is doing or Do not announce your good deeds. At present, there is really a need to let known what good things are being […]

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Peace and Justice for 2017!

Atty. Aurora A. Santiago Duc in altum   Congress went on Christmas recess, not able to discuss death penalty bill. With the Christmas spirit still imbibed byour legislators, we pray that they realize the value of life;the importance of restorative justice, not punitive justice. Let us hope and pray that 2017 will bring peace and […]

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A Christmas wish… no to Death Penalty

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Community-Based Rehabilitation Program

Atty. Aurora A. Santiago Duc in altum   The Diocese of Kalookan launched the opening of the Year of Parishes, a Communion of Communities with the theme “Forming BEC’s As Agents of Communion, Participation And Mission.” The launch was a 3-in-1 event: The BEC Day, Task Force Salubong and the announcement of new parish assignments […]

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The Year of Parishes, Communion of Communities

Atty. Aurora A. Santiago Duc in Altum   With the closing of the Jubilee Year of Mercy, the Eucharist and the Family, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) will open the Year 2017 as the “Year of Parishes, Communion of Communities.” It is part of the “novena-years” of the Philippine Catholic Church in […]

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Remembering Our Dearly Departed

Atty. Aurora A. Santiago Duc in altum   The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith in Vatican has released new guidelines for the cremation of the remains of Catholics. Prior to 1963, the Catholic Church recognized burial as the only means to bury the dead due to the Christian hope in resurrection. However, in […]

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Love as the Foundation of Marriage and Family

Atty. Aurora A. Santiago Duc in altum   The 3rd Family Eucharistic Congress sponsored by the Family and Life Ministry of the Diocese of Kalookan was a huge success. The Family and Life Ministry from every parishes in the Dioceses participated in the day-long program. Most Rev. Pablo Virgilio S. David, Bishop of Kalookan, and […]

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Mass media should not be a weapon of destruction

DUC IN ALTUM ​​​​ Atty. Aurora A. Santiago   Media practitioners have a great role to play in the stability of a nation and in the personality of the individual. In the practice of profession as a journalist, as a broadcaster, and as a social communicator, it is important that they be guided by the […]

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Can We Not Be United?

Atty. Aurora A. Santiago Duc in altum   It was very disgusting to see one senator put off the microphone of another senator while the latter was cross-examining the witness in the Senate hearing on extrajudicial killing. The culprit Senator actually curtailed the constitutional right to freedom of speech of a fellow senator. Has character […]

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“Where is your Brother?”

Atty. Aurora A. Santiago Duc in altum   Most Rev. Pablo Virgilio “Ambo” David, Bishop of Kalookan, issued a Pastoral Letter entitled “Nasaan ang Iyong Kapatid?” (Where is your brother?). He agrees with President Duterte that the biggest plague in the country is widespread crime and illegal drug pushing and addiction; that this pestilence should […]

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Illegal drugs, a plague in society

Atty. Aurora A. Santiago Duc in altum   The Diocese of Kalookan celebrated the Feast of its Patron Saint, San Roque. The culmination of the celebration was the Holy Eucharist presided by its bishop, Most Rev. Pablo Virgilio“Ambo” S. David, and concelebrated by the Kalookan clergy. Despite heavy rains, many devotees and parishioners joined the […]

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Blessed are the Merciful

Atty. Aurora A. Santiago Duc in Altum   Pope Francis wants to talk about mercy during the World Youth Day 2016 (WYD 2016), the youth event held in Krakow, Poland from July 25, to 31.He chose the theme “Blessed are the merciful, for they will receive mercy.”Of the 1.6 Million WYD 2016 pilgrims, 2,000 came […]

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Tribunal ruled in favor of the Philippines

Atty. Aurora A. Santiago Duc in Altum   The Permanent Court of Arbitration (the Tribunal) ruled in favor of the Philippines in the dispute between China and the Philippines over the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea). It was released on July 12, 2016 at the Peace Palace in The Hague, Netherlands. Under the United […]

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Atty. Aurora A. Santiago Duc in Altum   PRESIDENT Rodrigo Roa Duterte, the 16th President of the Philippines, was sworn into office by Supreme Court Associate Justice Bienvenido Reyes on June 30 at Rizal Ceremonial Hall of Malacañang Palace. President Rody decided Malacañang as the venue because he does not want to burden the people […]

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