Here are a couple of teasers that will hopefully interest you enough to come back to see us soon!
We are working on a series of stories about our visit this past summer to Canada. It was truly and “voyage of discovery”. Join us later today for Episode 1 of our Excellent Siummer Adventure.
You may have noticed that we have had some outages lately. This is due to the fact that we are currently in the process of moving to a new server, that should, we believe, make using the website a little faster and easier.
While, we’re at it we are removing sections of the site that have not been very popular and have not been frequented very much in the past. One such section is the HP Audio Books Section. All Audio Books have been removed. Please be patient with us while this work is on-going, we expect that everything should be in order by this time next week.
A regular visitor sent us an important message last month…[press the ‘Read More’ button just below to fully enjoy “The Rest of the Story”…]
Sadly. this year, we have not been able to produce what has become an annual tradition for us: the Historic Philippines Visita Iglesias.
Therefore, we are providing links to the 2015 versions of the devotions in Pilipino/Tagalog, Ilonggo/Hiligaynon and English. We hope you will enjoy them as much as we enjoyed producing them.
Bisita Iglesia 2015, Bersyon Pilipino/Tagalog
Bisita Iglesia 2015, Bersyon Ilonggo/Hiligaynon
Visita Iglesia 2015 Edition, English
Yes, we have been absent more than not in the past several months due to a series of illnesses that have taken their toll on many family members, including myself. We, especially me, are well on the road to recovery and we are planning more interesting and thought provoking stories for the months to come, or as soon as the Docs give us to “GO Signal”.
That will not be before the National Election of May 9th here in Philippines. That’s when we expect to be off and running. Our first stories in the new series will appear starting at the beginning of June with reports on our annual trip back home to Canada and others we are currently researching…We here all hope to see you very soon!
It’s been 3 weeks since the group of ‘Treasure Hunters’ who are alleged to have looted some of the historically significant artifacts and done serious and irreparable damage to the Memorial Chapel at the Cemetery in San Joaquin, Iloilo. Well they’ve been guests at the Provincial Jail until just the last couple of days and the Priest behind it all is still on the LAM. This is another report on the shenanigans that went on and are still continuing…
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One more follow-up report by Louine Hope Conserva of the Daily Guardian, yesterday she reported on allegations of the looting of historically significantly artifacts going on in the Memorial Chapel at the Cemetery in San Joaquin, Iloilo. The saga continues…
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