The ghosts are here! Soon, All Hallows’ Eve or more commonly known as “Halloween” is upon us. What better way to frighten ourselves this spooktober than watching some scary movies and TV shows? But where can we watch these, if you may ask? Top on the list of the world’s most well-known streaming services is … Continue reading 5 Netflix releases to spookify your October!
The Philippines is one of the countries with the largest number of Catholics in the world. Garnering these numbers despite having other countries that are larger than the Philippines made me realize that Catholicism here in our country has made an enormous impact on our lives. The traditions we have like the processions, Sunday masses, … Continue reading Religiousness amidst COVID-19
It all started in the year 1208, when Saint Dominic de Guzman, a medieval priest, received the rosary from Our Lady while continuously praying for three days and three nights in a forest near Toulouse, France. During this time, he did nothing but weep and ask forgiveness for his sins and the sins of people … Continue reading From a forest to our pockets: History of the Holy Rosary and the October Devotion
[Originally published on June 2020 at bit.ly/bgsportsspecial] The second part of the third season of Sword Art Online is here. In this season, we get to see the continuation of the story after Kirito, Alice, and Eugeo (†) defeat Quinella, the pontifex. Now, Alice retreats near Rulid Village to take away Kirito from the Integrity … Continue reading ‘Sword Art Online’ grips us in ‘Alicization’ arc
[Unang inilimbag noong Hunyo 2020 sa bit.ly/bgsportsspecial] Maligayang sinimulan ng iilan sa mga guro ng Paaralang Marist ang kanilang taon sa pamamagitan ng pagbibigay-pangako sa Diyos at sa kanilang mga kabiyak, tulad nina Gng. Glaiza Pagaduan Naniong, Gng. Marinel Villanera-Pobre, at G. Renz Marion Policarpio. Upang magbigay impormasyon sa iilan pang detalye ng pag-iisang dibdib, … Continue reading ‘I do!’