Cebu-trained K-9s to beef up Pope security

Apple Ta-as, Melissa Q. Cabahug 01/10/2015

Government security forces in Central Visayas will send troops and trained dogs to help secure Pope Francis in Tacloban and Palo, Leyte on January 17. The Regional Public Safety Battalion-7 (RPSB-7) will send 400 of its personnel…

Cebu’s dancing inmates ready performance ahead of Pope Francis’s arrival

Ador Vincent S. Mayol 01/08/2015

Locked in by high walls and steel railings, Cebu’s world renowned dancing inmates are as hopeful as the millions of Filipino Catholics to meet Pope Francis when he arrives in the Philippines. Hundreds of men and women…

Faithful urged to bring Sto. Niño images for Mass

Inquirer, Michelle Joy L. Padayhag 01/06/2015

Pope Francis to bless people, deliver 10-minute homily at Luneta Park Expect the start of the  Mass in Luneta Park with Pope Francis to be reminiscent of the Sinulog Festival. Fr. Carmelo Arada Jr. said the concluding…

PALMA ON 2015: ‘Year of special thanksgiving’

12/31/2014

As Cebu marks seven jubilees in 2015, plus the visit of Pope Francis to the Philippines, Cebu Archbishop Jose Palma considers the new year   a time of “special thanksgiving to God.” Also, 2015 is the final year…

Pope, Ruby and DSWD

Ricky Poca 12/16/2014

The country is  busy preparing for two events:  the visit of  Pope Francis  in January  2015 and the International Eucharistic Congress in January of 2016.  The pope  is coming to comfort victims of typhoon Yolanda in Tacloban…

Dance and music with Pope Francis

Malou Guanzon Apalisok 12/15/2014

News that Cebuano choreographer Val Sandiego will lead some 6 million Filipino Catholics in dancing the Sinulog at Manila’s Rizal Park (formerly known as Luneta) for the last event of the papal visit should put an end…

3 basic steps for 6M people

Michelle Joy L. Padayhag 12/14/2014

Sandiego Dance Company to be given two hours to show Luneta crowd how to dance the sinulog   Cebuano choreographer Val Sandiego will be teaching three basic steps to about six million people expected to throng Manila’s…

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