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Youth leaders on Saturday, Jan. 23 called on young leadership aspirants to prioritize mental health and emotional intelligence in service and personal circumstances.
University's College of Tourism and Hospitality Management (UST-CTHM) alumna on Wednesday, Nov. 25, urged students to use their passion in pursuing their courses despite hospitality industry...
Diocese of Novaliches priest urged alumni on Saturday, Nov.21, to recognize prayers as a discernment of God’s will in overcoming the challenges brought by the COVID-19...
Santisimo Rosario Church parish priest called on the Thomasian community on Thursday, Oct. 22, to combine the promises of the holy rosary with actions that would...