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Rev. Fr. Eugene Elivera

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Soulful Cuyo

For quite a time last week, Cuyo Island was in a proverbial aquarium as the world’s eyes were focused on twin celebrations happening in...

Our Lady of Cuyo

On the eve (August 27) of the grand fiesta of island-town Cuyo, Bishop Pabillo, as the current bishop of the northern part of Palawan...

DAMANG-DAMA

(My Homily on the Occasion of the Inauguration of Newly-Elected Officials in Palawan) Napag-utusan lang po ako na magsermon ngayon. Out of respect po sa...

Balancing in Palawan

Recently, due to functions incumbent on my profession, I was able to make two trips to the Calamianes Islands in a span of just...

An Open Letter to Governor-Elect Dennis M. Socrates

Dear Governor-elect Dennis, Peace. While you are a son of your father, the legendary Governor Badong Socrates, you would also be the first to admit that...

Politically speaking

In 2004, Barack Obama delivered the opening remarks in Boston, Massachusetts for the Democratic Convention… and he went on to become the President of...

Much ado about the Interview

Give it to the lady and her team for coming up with a show as a way to assist the citizenry in discerning our...

Basic or be sick

After more than a month of the monstrous havoc brought about by the super typhoon "Odette", our place is still without electricity. There is...

Crises on Christmas

"Parang hindi po Pasko, Father." I could not help but agree with this comment of one of my parishioners. I imagine that this is...

MARITES

I vehemently react to “Marites”. This is supposed to be a beautiful name for a woman. Currently though, it has become a way to derogate...

BLAME GAME

I was postponing this column as I was trying to observe and track wannabe pundits on account of the ever-contentious issue of PALECO vis...

A deadlier virus

Of late, I have been conveyed two congratulatory notes that were both quite distinctive, as I was caught rather clueless as to what they...