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22 juillet 2016 . FETE DE SAINTE MARIE-MADELEINE, protectrice des responsables suprêmes de la Charte de Fontevrault

NDLRB. Nous prions tous les lecteurs de cette mise en ligne de bien vouloir réciter – à l’apparition de cette image sur leur écran – une dizaine de chapelet  aux intentions des responsables suprêmes de la Charte de Fontevrault. 27 more words

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All Too Common Misconceptions about Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo

I know what you’re thinking. What, Noli Me Tangere again? More like Noli Me Tang*%@! Despite any inhibitions, retorts, or protests, no discussion about Jose Rizal is without his two of his most famous novels, Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo. 863 more words

On Geometry, Qing Dynasty & Noli

As mentioned before, I don’t really recall my very first video project. What I do recall were the projects that entailed such effort to edit. During my high school years, the most popular video editing software was -surprise, surprise- Windows Movie Maker.🎉🎉🎉 1,198 more words


Country Strong

She’s country strong, Hard to break
Like the ground she grew up on
You may fool her and she’ll fall
But she won’t stay down long… 193 more words


"In the urrent state of things, not allowing them to leave the country--or even teach them to read--would actually do them a favor..."

The young blond man at the dinner party wrote this in a book he is writing (Colonial Studies. This comes from the last paragraph of Chp.3, which starts with a bit of humor, probably as a way to soften the serious dialogue but also reaffirms the notion that foreigners in a position of power view the “indio” as second class citizens. 108 more words


Sunday Spotlight: Filipino Literature

The month of April is National Literature Month in the Philippines or #BuwanNgPanitikan and in its honor, I thought of doing this Sunday’s feature on the literary work of Filipinos. 622 more words


Not The Andres Bonifacio You Knew

From the time Philippine history was introduced as a subject, Katipunan’s Andres Bonifacio was portrayed as an uneducated, hot headed, and poor commoner who had enough of the Spanish abuse, reason why he went at arms with them (prematurely) in 1896. 696 more words