Category: Peace

  • The Biking Priest Goes to the Boondocks

    Say hi to this guy, if you see him biking around our mountains. His name is Amado Picardal, a Redemptorist priest from Davao City who is biking around the country “for life and peace”. Shocks, Fr. Amando naman inunahan mo ako dito. Plano ko ding gawin iyan. Hehe. We should really give props to our […]

  • Peace Shrine Unveiled in Tabuk

    From the Philippine Information Agency A memorial peace shrine built by the Kalinga Peace Makers Movement at the Tabuk Pastoral Center (TPC) here was unveiled on March 15 with Governor Floydelia Diasen and City Mayor Camilo Lammawin Jr. leading the wreath laying at the foot of the marker. It was dedicated to those who sacrificed […]

  • Cesar Rafael Update

    The police is hunting for the suspected mastermind and his alipores according to this latest report from the Philippine Star via ABS-CBN: BONTOC, Mt. Province – Police vowed to arrest the mastermind and three other suspects in the Christmas Day murder of the mayor of Paracelis town within the month. Being hunted down for the […]

  • Men of Arms

    Thanks to the The Jester and Layad for the heads up on this touching article about the lives of military men. First published in the Youngblood section of the Inquirer, this article was written by 1 Lt. Manuel Kalang-ad Jr, a kailiyan who graduated from the Philippine Military Academy last 2004. Lt. Kalang-ad is now […]

  • War Allies

    From Time Magazine/August 13, 1945 In the steep Caraballo Mountains of northern Luzon, a battalion of the 127th Infantry Regiment last week came upon a vast road block—a chasm blasted by retreating Japs. A battalion commander, Lieut. Colonel Powell A. Fraser, had his jeeps dismantled, called for native bearers. Scores of volunteers—sturdy, brown-bodied Igorot women […]