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Hello there! You are welcome to L’Estadio Earth as we bring you live commentary of the final Universe Cup match between two teams of great rivalry. 631 more words


Lincoln's Great Depression

When Abraham Lincoln came to the stage of the 1860 state Republican convention in Decatur, Illinois, the crowd roared in approval. Men threw hats and canes into the air, shaking the hall so much that the awning over the stage collapsed; according to an early account, “the roof was literally cheered off the building.” Fifty-one years old, Lincoln was at the peak of his political career, with momentum that would soon sweep him to the nomination of the national party and then to the White House.

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Quote of the Day *Saturday

“As long as you’re going to be thinking anyway, THINK BIG!”


Transformation/Awakening of Families in Preparation for Christmas

Paul & Caron Macasaet at the Christ the King Procession

When I was asked to help in the Christ the King Procession, I was thinking of an excuse not to attend since there was the Luke 18 weekend to attend. 371 more words


Metanoia (n.) the journey of changing one’s mind, heart, self, or way of life

My family is in a good space at the moment.  When I look back on the past seventeen years of being a single parent, I know that we are here by God’s grace.  1,041 more words


A 'Family' Christmas

by Jesse Cruz

In 2012, I moved to Manila and decided to spend the Christmas holidays in the Philippines for the first time. While I look forward to new experiences, I had mixed feelings about this in particular, as my family was in Toronto and this marked the first time I would celebrate Christmas without them. 208 more words


Advent and the Gift of Family

by Javier Luis Gomez

For many families, the month of December begins the steady arrival of friends and family from abroad. With their balikbayan boxes and their pasalubongs, a parade of titas, titos, and cousins insert themselves into our Christmas activities. 220 more words