Things to observe during Covid-19 QUARANTINE


Here the things we need to observe seriously during this pandemic covid-19 quarantine:

1. Stay home and Be safe
2. Wear Facemask
3. Wash hands with soap
4. Isopropyl Alcohol (Substitute for Washing)
5. Social Distancing
6.  Don't Hoard nor Panic Buying
7. Helping Others
8. Cooperate with the Government Authorities 
9. Be grateful for what we have
10. Praise and Pray to God
(This is beyond our control)

We can get through this together. Stay Safe!

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Redeeming Love


Alleluia Alleluia Alleluia!  The LORD is Risen!

May the Resurrection of our Savior Jesus Christ be a constant reminder of His redeeming  love and promise of eternal life. 
Have a blesse EASTER !!!

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Year of the Red Fire Monkey

Photo credit to Telle Balbz
Monkey ranks ninth position in the Chinese Zodiac. They are cheerful and energetic by nature and usually represent flexibility. People under the sign of the Monkey are wise, intelligent, confident, charismatic, loyal, inventive and have leadership. The weaknesses of the Monkeys are being egotistical, arrogant, crafty, restless and snobbish.

Basic Astrology Elements
Earthly Branch of Birth Year: Shen

The Five Elements:
Metal(Jin) Yin Yang: Yang ([Chinese philosophy] positive/active/male principle in nature)

Lucky Numbers: 1, 7, 8; Avoid: 2, 5, 9

Lucky Flowers: chrysanthemum

Lucky Colors: white, golden, blue; Avoid: red, black, grey, dark coffee



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The 51st IEC Official Logo



The Sun symbolizes our hope of glory; it is a symbol of a new beginning. It also symbolizes the Philippines because the sun is the principal symbol in the Philippine flag.

The seven rays of the sun symbolize the sevengifts of the Holy Spirit. The cup and bread call to mind the sacred species of the Holy Eucharist.

The monogram “IHS” (Iesus Hominum Salvator) symbolizes the Holy Name of Jesus. This also symbolizes Cebu, since the former name of Cebu was Villa del Santissimo Nombre de Jesus.

The boat, a common mode of transport in the Philippine Archipelago, is symbolic of the missionary nature of the Church. The people in the boat, each of a different color, symbolize the principles which have animated the faith of the Filipino people; green for hope, which blooms in adversity, blue, the color of faith which we cling to, and red, the color of charity, which urges us on. The aqua blue color of the boat is reminiscent of the Christian pilgrimage to Heaven.

(The artist of the winning logo is a 19 year-old fine arts student, Jayson Jaluag from Mandaue City, Cebu.)

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Sua Ku Sua - Tausug Traditional Song/Dance





Sua Sua Lyrics:



Sua ku sua, ku am pati anum

Sua ku sua, ku am pati anum

Ay dahun-dahun niya unum

Ay dahun-dahun niya unum



Ay bang makatungtung sila ini tanun

Ay bang makatungtung sila ini tanun

Atay-atay kung makagumun

Atay-atay kung makagumun



Ikapilaran kambay sararan

Hikalasahan di ka pipintasan

Dahon-dahon pipintas-pintas

dahumahan Magpipintas

kitaragumay Kapilaran, iman





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