Discusison: Is Taal Explosion God’s Punishment For Nazareno “Idolatry”?

In the wake of Taal Volcano’s explosion, a viral Facebook post hints that it is linked to the Roman Catholic’s Black Nazarene celebration that happened just a few days before the explosion. God is angry. Just a few days after the Black Nazarene celebration, the Taal volcano erupted. Why celebrate a statue? Couldn’t this phenomenon […]

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The Spirit of Bayanihan During Taal Evacuation

As of January 15, CNN Philippines reported that there are 43,681 evacuees staying in 217 evacuation centers. Several thousand of them were residents from the volcano island itself from where they can no longer go back to. Aside from the 43 thousand evacuees, more people and communities have been impacted by the eruption. We are […]

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Handog Tulong: A Call for Donations For the Affected Evacuees of Taal Volcano

“God has told you, O mortal, what is good; and what does the LORD require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?” Micah 6:8 The kindness we extend to each other and those in need is the true and worthy offering to God. In this […]

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