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THIS CEMETERY IS FOR THE DEAD ... AND THE LIVING

By Bellarme Milosi Lumbwe

Cemeteries are supposed to be where the dead are placed to rest in peace. That is the common and widely accepted knowledge among many of us, including myself… That is, until lately. 501 more words

RISING FROM THE DEAD

by Glenda B. Gutierrez

“We now live outside of the cemetery,” says Anna B. Villegas, 32, apparently with proud air about her.

Anna is referring to the Manila North Cemetery (MNC), where her family used to live. 369 more words

HONORING GENERATIONS OF DORMITORY RESIDENTS

by Rev. Dr. Fe M. Torio

Text: Exodus 3:10, Deuteronomy 8:7-10, John 17:9-11,

I Corinthians 12:8-10, Romans 12:6-8, Ephesians 4:11

The celebration of anniversaries enable us to remember the times in the past, the accomplishments of the present, and the dreams of the future. 1,690 more words

NURTURING DORMITORY RESIDENTS THROUGH THE DECADES

by Goody Mercado
Chairperson, KKFI Board of Trustees

(This message was shared as the Welcome Remarks to the 67th Founding Anniversary of Kapatiran-Kaunlaran Foundation Inc. yesterday, July 20, 2017 where the management honored the dormitory residents from 1950 to 2005.) 387 more words

CELEBRATING LIFE

by Glenda B. Gutierrez

Mommy Elena Godito, who has been with the Day Center for Older Persons or “Day C” since 1989, always looks forward to anniversary celebrations of Kapatiran-Kaunlaran Foundation Inc. 358 more words

AT HOME AT KKFI

by Eda Acierto

(We are re-posting the the article on Eureka Joy Bueno, a loyal dormitory resident who stayed at the Kapatiran dormitory from 1997 to 2014 as part of the 67th Founding Anniversary celebration. 391 more words

17 LONG YEARS @ HUGH WILSON HALL

by Nitz E. Nicolas

(In celebration of the 67th Founding Anniversary of Kapatiran-Kaunlaran Foundation Inc. (KKFI), we are featuring several notable former dormitory residents in our blogsite. 885 more words