Family + Faith

This is how crucial OFWs’ contributions are

Overseas Filipino workers are considered today's heroes, residing thousands of miles away from their loved ones in order to financially provide for them.

When parents leave a 1-year-old child inside a car at Metrowalk

A video of a crying one-year-old child left inside an unattended car has sparked a conversation about unlawful acts against children.

Purr-ocracy! The Cebu cat that’s also a city government ’employee’

This one distinct government "employee" proves to be more competent and worthy of taxpayers' money than, say, ghost employees.

A parish innovation: Viral photo of Pampanga holy water dispenser

Catholics have long used holy water in their practices of faith, but its containers have recently been found to be unsanitary. Will this innovation save the devotion?

Viral story about Grab driver shows the weight of cheating on...

We may be underestimating the effect of cheating on those we love the most.

Prince Harry and Meghan’s love blossomed beneath a baobab in Botswana

In an exclusive Botswana safari camp where Prince Harry took Meghan Markle on a romantic getaway last year, guests wake to the sound of doves cooing in the trees and hippos splashing in the serene waters of the Okavango Delta.

Kris Aquino, James Yap and what Philippine laws say about child...

There are things we need to know about child support as Kris Aquino airs her "dirty laundry," accusing former husband James Yap of not doing his fair share in raising their son, Bimby.

Strict si kuya: Viral handwritten letters show power of sibling bond

Rivalry at home is fairly common but one viral tweet shows siblings' relationships go way beyond petty domestic contests. Science also says so.

LULU’S ARMY | Mommy’s been away 5 years, but her birds...

If I were to rank the lessons from that evolving list of Mom's teachings to which I must have mentally added dozens more, the most important lesson would be - and this I believe every mother should impart to a child - the universe is for all, and one must always happily share it with all creation.

PADRE PIO, DEVIL’S ADVERSARY | Pope pays tribute to mystic monk...

Many people said Pio knew what they were about to confess. He is said to have told then-bishop Karol Wojytla of Poland in the mid-1960s that he would become pope. Wojtyla became Pope John Paul in 1978 and in 2002 declared Pio a saint. Padre Pio’s biographers say he wrestled with the Devil regularly in his cell in a small monastery that is now the centerpiece of a sprawling complex visited by a million pilgrims a year.