Tag Archives: Lenten Season

April 15, 2017

Sister Marivic Sta. Ana: Love of her life


Falling in love and offering your commitment to another can happen in many ways. While some might consider these “other ways” unconventional, that is not to say that the love that was found is any less real and any less unbreakable. By DENISE ROCO What do you do when you know that the love of Continue Reading


April 12, 2016

Santiago de Compostela: Pilgrims on the Roof


Text by JOANNE RAE RAMIREZ Photos courtesy of TURISMO DE SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA Santiago de Compostela in northwest Spain is both a destination and a journey, a tourist spot and a spiritual beacon, a city of architectural marvels and edifices of faith. (Two pilgrims admire the breathtaking view from the rooftop of the 11th-century Santiago Continue Reading


March 26, 2016

After the “last supper”



The Lenten season brings discipline, control and moderation to the foreground. PeopleAsia shares a list of handpicked meals and dishes that are enough to nurture the body and can still leave you room for nourishing the spirit, especially after your Lenten sacrifice . Bamba The name of this quaint, little restaurant was basically derived from the popular upbeat ditty Continue Reading


March 22, 2016

Pontifex Maximus

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By JOAQUIN CARLOS U. DE JESUS It has been years since the head of the Roman Catholic Church was a rock star in both the spiritual and secular spheres. Mired for years in scandals of corruption, sex abuse and inflexibility, the Catholic Church—globally—is currently enjoying a seeming rebirth of popularity thanks to its charismatic head, Continue Reading