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Luz abstracts, Perez’s churches at Rustan’s

COLLABORATIONS between a young artist and her National Artist grandfather, and paintings of churches are the highlights of an exhibit Rustan’s For the Arts featuring Al Perez and Paulina Luz Sotto. Rustan’s founder Gliceria Tantoco was an avid supporter for the arts, and since the founding of Galerie Bleue at Rustan’s Makati in 1984, Rustan’s […] The post Luz abstracts, Perez’s churches at Rustan’s appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource: bworldonline bworldonlineMar 13th, 2018

Group of non-Catholic churches alarmed by ‘increasing’ impunity in Philippines

A worldwide inter-church organization decried the “worsening human rights situation and increasing violence and impunity” in the Philippines under the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated News19 hr. 11 min. ago

World Council of Churches slams impunity under Duterte

MANILA, Philippines – The World Council of Churches (WCC) slammed the culture of impunity under President Rodrigo Duterte as around 23,000 people, including Father Richmond Nilo and two other Catholic priests, have been murdered under his watch.  In a statement Wednesday, June 20, the WCC said it ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 21st, 2018

Two Blue Eagles in Collegiate Basketball Awards Mythical Team

The very best individual performers of collegiate basketball are set to be feted as the UAAP-NCAA Press Corps name the Mythical Team of the 2017 season in the Chooks-to-Go Collegiate Basketball Awards on Thursday at The Bayleaf Hotel in Intramuros. Robert Bolick and Thirdy Ravena, the key cogs behind San Beda and Ateneo’s championship runs, lead the selection as MVPs CJ Perez of Lyceum and Ben Mbala of La Salle join the pair. Floor general Matt Nieto, also of Ateneo, complete the cast selected by sports scribes covering the collegiate beat that will be feted in the awards night sponsored by Chooks-to-Go. After steering the Red Lions to their 21st title in the NCAA, Bolick is a shoo-in to the Mythical Team particularly with how he performed in the Finals against the Pirates. The 6-foot-1 guard out of Leyte missed out on individual accolades in the NCAA after being suspended for a game, but his year-long effort for the Red Lions isn’t about to go unnoticed. Ateneo’s homegrown pair of Ravena and Nieto also made the cut in the awards ceremony also backed by The Bayleaf Intramuros and Cherrylume after steering the Blue Eagles to their first title in five years. The duo showed great improvement from seasons before, not only in the individual aspect of the game, but in being the for the young Ateneo side coached by Tab Baldwin. Wrapping up the selection are the best individual performers of the collegiate season in Perez and Mbala. Perez was the force behind Lyceum’s amazing turnaround from cellar-dwellers to championship contenders, especially following a historic elimination round sweep. Though they fell short in the NCAA, Perez and the Pirates rebounded in winning the Philippine Collegiate Champions League. Mbala, on the other hand, is the least surprising selection following another dominant season for the Green Archers. Though they fell short of winning back to back titles, the 2016 Player of the Year was a man among boys in the UAAP leading to his second straight MVP citation......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 20th, 2018

A Filipino Company

“LUXURY” isn’t what immediately comes to mind when you say “local.” But luxury retailer Rustan’s makes the local chic with its exhibit Celebrating the Finest of the Philippines which is on view at the fifth Floor of Rustan’s Makati until June 22. The post A Filipino Company appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: financeSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsJun 17th, 2018

Old Argentina

BRONNITSY, Russia — Enzo Perez’s call-up as a last-minute replacement in the Argentina squad made his country the oldest team at a second World Cup in a row, with an average age of 29 years, six months and 24 days. River Plate midfielder Perez, 32, flew out to Russia after 25-year-old Manuel Lanzini injured his […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsJun 14th, 2018

Australian PM to deliver formal apology to child sex victims

SYDNEY: Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull agreed on Wednesday to deliver a formal apology to victims of institutional child sex abuse, acknowledging their courage and pain in exposing the scale of the problem. The decision follows a five-year royal commission detailing thousands of harrowing abuse cases involving Australian churches, orphanages, sporting clubs, youth groups and [...] The post Australian PM to deliver formal apology to child sex victims appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsJun 13th, 2018

West meets East – Manila Picture

San Agustín Church, built between 1587 and 1606, is one of the oldest churches in the Philippines, and the only building left intact after the destruction of Intramuros during the Battle of Manila (1945). The present structure is actually the third to stand on the site and has survived seven major earthquakes, as well as… link: West meets East – Manila Picture.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsJun 12th, 2018

$2M forfeiture raps vs Perez affirmed

The Sandiganbayan has affirmed the $2 million civil forfeiture charges filed against former Justice Secretary Hernando Perez and his family. The court’s Third Division led by Sandiganbayan Presiding Justice Amparo Cabotaje-Tang denied the motion for reconsideration filed by Perez, his wife Rosario and brother-in-law Ramon Arceo, Jr. for lack of merit. The Sandiganbayan said Perez [...] The post $2M forfeiture raps vs Perez affirmed appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsJun 10th, 2018

My top 10 attractions in Slovenia, Croatia and Montenegro

Discovering Eastern Europe for the first time, I marveled at its rich culture and history and was in awe of its breathtakingly beautiful attractions.   Here are my top 10 sights to discover in Slovenia, Croatia and Montenegro.   1) Dragon Bridge in Ljubljana, Slovenia---Ljubljana charms visitors with its atmosphere, the way it balances the heritage of the past with achievements of the present. Walk along elegant baroque streets, over the picturesque Triple and Dragon Bridge, and see the beautiful churches, squares and tunnels.   2) Lake Bled in Slovenia--- Bled is a charming town with a lakeshore that highlights the imposing Bled Castle, perched on a ...Keep on reading: My top 10 attractions in Slovenia, Croatia and Montenegro.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 9th, 2018

Charlene Gonzalez pays tribute to stepfather Pepito Vera-Perez

Image: Instagram/@itsmecharleneg Beauty queen Charlene Gonzalez paid tribute to her stepfather, Pepito Vera-Perez, on Friday. The 1994 Binibining Pilipinas Universe turned actress fondly remembered.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJun 3rd, 2018

Piolo, malaki ang plano sa ‘Marawi’

PAYO ng doktor kay Piolo Pascual, mag-take ng collagen para mapalitan ang mga nawalang nutrient sa body niya. Namili si Piolo sa in-offer sa kanyang two collagen products at ang My Daily Collagen ang napili niya. Ang rason ni Piolo sa choice niya ay dahil maganda si Anna Perez, ang….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJun 2nd, 2018

Zidane s successor faces high bar, doubts about stars

By Joseph Wilson, Associated Press BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Zinedine Zidane had barely finished announcing that he was leaving Real Madrid when speculation began about who would succeed him. Twenty-four hours later, both Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino and Germany coach Joachim Loew — two of the top names rumored to be on Madrid's list of candidates — have said they are staying put. Pochettino said Friday that his "commitment is total" to Tottenham. He signed a five-year contract extension last week. Loew, who is preparing Germany to defend its World Cup title in Russia, said "it's not an issue for me. I'm at the World Cup now. I can completely rule it out now." Other coaches that Madrid president Florentino Perez supposedly is considering include Chelsea's Antonio Conte, exiting Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger and former Madrid player Jose Maria "Guti" Gutierrez. While the Madrid job is one of soccer's most coveted posts, its next coach will have some hurdles to tackle. STARS IN DOUBT The biggest worry for any coach coming to the Spanish capital will be the uncertain future of the team's top stars. Both Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale appear to be mulling an exit, at least according to statements they made just moments after Madrid beat Liverpool in last weekend's Champions League final. Ronaldo put a huge damper on Madrid's celebrations by appearing to speak of his time at Madrid as having reached its end. "In the next few days I'll give the fans an answer because they are the ones who have always been by my side," Ronaldo said. "It was very beautiful to be with Madrid." Ronaldo said he would clear up his future once he joins the Portuguese national team next week as it prepares for the World Cup. Bale, who scored twice as a substitute to beat Liverpool 3-1, was more explicit in stating his desire to get more playing time after a season during which he lost his spot in the starting 11. Midfielder Francisco "Isco" Alarcon has also complained about not enjoying the same untoucbable status as Ronaldo, defender Sergio Ramos or midfielder Luka Modric. COMMITMENT Zidane could hardly have set the bar any higher with three straight European Cups. Still, the Frenchman leaves a Madrid team that woefully underperformed in both the Spanish league and the Copa del Rey this season. It is likely that only his status as fan favorite from his playing days at Madrid and his titles from the previous two seasons kept Zidane in his job through the first six months of last season, until the team finally found its form in the Champions League. Madrid finished in third place in the league, a whopping 17 points adrift champion Barcelona. In the Copa del Rey, the team was eliminated at home by a modest Leganes in the quarterfinals, a moment which Zidane said was the worst of his coaching stint with the club. Whoever inherits the team will have to improve its work ethic to face the weekly grind of games in the Spanish league and the Copa del Rey if it hopes to dethrone Barcelona from both domestic competitions. BENZEMA Zidane has been the biggest public defender of Karim Benzema, fending off calls from fans and the local sports media to bench the struggling striker. Benzema scored only five times in 32 league appearances this season, his lowest mark since arriving at Madrid in 2009. If the club doesn't sign a replacement for Benzema this offseason, then its next coach will have to help him recover his best form. YOUNG PLAYERS Madrid tried to rejuvenate its squad last year by bringing in a group of young Spanish players, including defenders Theo Hernandez and Jesus Vallejo, midfielders Dani Ceballos and Marcos Llorente, and forward Borja Mayoral. But none earned a spot in Zidane's starting lineup or his group of preferred backups. Madrid's in-coming coach will have to bring those players into the fold so their careers don't stagnate any further......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 2nd, 2018

Mr International Neil Perez rushed to hospital after motorcycle accident

MANILA, Philippines – Policeman and Mr International 2014 Neil Perez is now under observation in a hospital after figuring in a motorcycle accident Friday morning, June 1. According to a Facebook update from Jonas Gaffud, Neil, Mariano Perez Flormata Jr in real life, is recovering at the Metropolitan Medical Center ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 1st, 2018

Zidane quits as Real Madrid coach after Champs League treble

By Tales Azzoni, Associated Press MADRID (AP) — Zinedine Zidane quit as Real Madrid coach on Thursday, less than a week after leading the team to its third straight Champions League title, saying the club needed a change in command. The 45-year-old Zidane, who was coach for two and half seasons, said he felt it was the right moment — for him and for the team — to make the move. "This club needs a change to keep winning," Zidane said. "With me it would have been complicated to keep winning." It was a surprising announcement by Zidane, who won nine titles as Madrid coach, including the three Champions League titles, one Spanish league title, one Spanish Super Cup, two UEFA Super Cups and two Club World Cups. "It was a completely unexpected decision," Madrid president Florentino Perez said. "Today is a sad day for me, for the fans and for all the people who work at the club. I wish we could always have Zidane by our side, but we know that when Zizou makes a decision, the only thing we can do is to accept it and respect it." Zidane said there wasn't a specific reason that led him to his decision. "You have to know when to quit," he said. "After three years, (the club) needs a change in speech, a new work methodology." Zidane mentioned the struggles the team faced this season, including in the Spanish league and the Copa del Rey. Madrid finished third in the league — 17 points behind champion Barcelona — and was eliminated at home by Leganes in the quarterfinals of the Copa del Rey, a moment which Zidane said was the worst of his coaching career with the club. "We went through good moments but also complicated ones, and I don't forget them," Zidane said. "I want to leave when everything is going well. This is a good moment to end it well." Zidane spoke little about his future but said he is not immediately looking to coach another club. Perez also didn't talk much about the club's search for a new coach. Zidane said his best moment with Madrid was when he was signed to play for the club in 2001. "As a coach, there were a lot things, like winning the Champions League, but if there was one specific moment, it was to win La Liga (in 2017). It was the greatest thing," the Frenchman said. Zidane's decision to quit came after Cristiano Ronaldo hinted he could be leaving the club. The star forward said after the Champions League final against Liverpool in Kiev that "it was very beautiful" to have played with Madrid. He has yet to make any announcements about his future since then. Zidane was hired in January 2016 for what was his first major head-coaching job. The former star player arrived surrounded by doubts because of his lack of coaching experience but quickly surpassed expectations. Zidane replaced Rafa Benitez after a stint with Madrid's "B'' team. He had been an assistant to Carlo Ancelotti when Madrid won the Champions League in 2014. As a player, Zidane was in two consecutive Champions League finals with Juventus, losing both times, including to Madrid in 1998. He finally won the European title as a Madrid player in 2002, scoring an amazing volley in the final against Bayer Leverkusen. With France, he won the 1998 World Cup. In the 2006 final, he was sent off for headbutting Italy defender Marco Materazzi. "It could be a 'see you soon,' because Madrid has given me everything and I'll be linked to this club my entire life," Zidane said. "The decision may not make a lot of sense to many, but it does to me. It was time to make a change.".....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 31st, 2018

Will Gozum, Fighting Maroons knock out Lyceum in City Hoops

Despite facing a very different Lyceum compared to the team they took on in the elimination round, UP was unfazed, demolishing the Pirates, 76-53, last Saturday in Greenhills. With the win, the Fighting Maroons advance to the next round of the 2018 SMART City Hoops 25-Under Summer Classic. They will next take on either Letran or Ateneo in the semifinals. Though third-year head coach Bo Perasol does not want to choose who he wants to face, the amiable tactician is hoping that his team continues to play with the same grit they displayed in the quarterfinals. "What I liked the most was how we played defense. It was physical. It's something that says that we want to win," Perasol expressed. "Yun yung gusto ko makita, yung desire nila to be better and improve. Games like these are the payoff of what we have been practicing." For the first time since winning the 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants Cup, the Pirates fielded their Team A sans CJ Perez and MJ Ayaay - both of whom are still training in the US. However, the effects of the long layoff were clearly evident as Mike Nzeusseu, who finished the game with 12 points but gobbled up just four boards, and the Marcelino twins, who combined for just 10 points while totalling five turnovers, were off their game. The Fighting Maroons took advantage of this in the second frame as the quartet of Bright Akhuetie, Will Gozum, Jaydee Tungcab, and Paul Desiderio blasted Lyceum's press. UP's lead balooned to as high as 29 points in the final frame, 74-45. Gozum powered UP with 15 points on 5-of-6 shooting while Desiderio and Tungcab had 12 and 11 points, respectively. Akhuetie added 10 markers and six boards. A scary moment occured during the game for the Fighting Maroons, however, as incoming sophomore Juan Gomez de Liano suffered a sprained left ankle with 9:12 left in the game and did not return. "It hurts but I'll be fine," said the UAAP Season 80 Rookie of the Year. Meanwhile, in the championship of the younger year levels, La Salle Greenhills entered the day hoping for a double championship only to see Xavier School having other plans. To open the day, the Greenies outlasted San Sebastian College-Recoletos 65-58, to win the 12-Under championship. Brian Hachuela paced LSGH with 17 points and 18 rebounds while tournament MVP Minas added 14 markers. However, Xavier did not allow a double celebration to take place as they were able to cap their Cinderella run in the tournament by stunning the previously-unbeaten Greenies, 39-34, for the 10-Under title. Mythical Five member Andrew Chio led the Stallions with 14 points and nine rebounds while Yuan finished with a double-double with 10 points and 14 rebounds. BOX SCORES 25U QUARTERFINALS UP 76 - Gozum 15, Desiderio 12, Tungcab 11, Akhuetie 10, Manzo 8, Lim 6, Prado 6, Gomez de Liano Ju. 4, Santiago 2, Murell 2, Longga 0, Espanola 0. LYCEUM 53 - Nzeusseu 12, Marcelino JC 8, Tansingco 6, Ibanez 6, Pericas 5, Yong 4, Caduyac 3, Mahinay 3, Marcelino JV 2, Pretta 2, Cinco 2, Guinto 0, Serrano 0. QUARTER SCORES: 13-10, 27-21, 51-38, 76-53 12U FINALS LSGH 65 - Hachuela 17, Minas 14, Hizon 11, Gomez 10, Cortez 4, Sison 4, Peralta 3, Jugo 2, Muyuela 0, Torres 0, Ventura 0. SAN SEBASTIAN 58 - Galindez 14, Manding 10, Lopez 9, Guanzon 8, Ramilio 6, Lugtu 7, Manalad 3, Delos Santos 2, Bariacto 0, Aran 0, Yran 0, Aran 0. QUARTER SCORES: 12-10, 25-24, 51-40, 65-58. 10U FINALS XAVIER 34 - Chio 14, Yu 10, Tangsoc 6, Lagar 5, Yaumontek 2, Lugapo 2, Ibanez 0, Gensolin 0, De Leon 0, Go 0, Krin 0, Calina 0. LSGH 34 - Nonato 11, Garama 7, Tuason 7, Victolero 5, Villacencio 2, Talusan 2, Cruz 0, Legarde 0, Paras 0, Hizon 0, Rosales 0, Nagano 0, Dulay 0, Delos Reyes 0. QUARTER SCORES: 4-4, 18-15, 24-25, 39-34......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 28th, 2018

Lyceum sails to third straight win in Got Skills Summer Showcase

STANDINGS (Under-25) Arellano 4-1 UP 3-1 LPU 5-2 UE 4-2 Letran 3-2 NU 3-2 FEU 2-2 La Salle 2-2 MLQU 1-5 UA&P 0-8 Following back-to-back convincing victories versus tough foes, Lyceum is first to five wins in the 2018 Milcu Sports Basketball presented by Got Skills Adidas Summer Showcase. The Pirates dealt the first defeat to the University of the Philippines, 63-58, a week ago at the FEU Gym in Morayta, Manila before outlasting Letran, 91-87, in double-overtime last Friday at the same venue. With key cogs CJ Perez, MJ Ayaay, and Marcelino twins Jaycee and Jayvee still sidelined, Lyceum showed off its depth in both games en route to a 5-2 standing in the tournament. Against the erstwhile unbeaten Fighting Maroons, it was spitfire guard Casper Pericas who showed the way with a team-high 10 points on top of six rebounds and three assists. Wing players Yang Remulla and Ian Japzon also added nine markers apiece. Carl Lumbao and Spencer Pretta then took charge against the Knights as the Pirates battled back from 11 points down to begin the final frame. Sweet-shooting forward Lumbao scored 21 points to go along with six rebounds, four assists, and three assists while Pretta also had 20 markers to his name all while fronting the charge in the extra periods. With back-to-back wins, Lyceum now finds itself at solo third in the standings. Meanwhile, Arellano U bounced back from its first loss in the tournament by routing University of Asia & the Pacific by 43 points, 81-37. Gunslinger Rence Alcoriza led the scoring parade with 17 points while forwards Maui Serajosef and Harry Dumagan merged for 25 markers and 10 rebounds as the Chiefs registered its league-leading fourth win in five games. In other results, UE powered through Manuel L. Quezon University, 51-43, to improve to 4-2. NU then added to the woes of the Stallions with a big-time 81-39 win that hikes its record to 3-2. With their respective losses, UP slipped to 3-1, Letran fell to 3-2, MLQU dropped to 1-5, and UA&P remained winless in eight games. The Summer Showcase resumes on Tuesday at the Trinity University Gym with showdowns between 3-1 UP and 2-2 FEU, 5-2 Lyceum and 3-2 NU, as well as 4-2 UE and 2-2 La Salle. BOX SCORES MAY 25 GAMES FIRST GAME LPU 91 – Lumbao 21, Pretta 20, Ibanez 10, Caduyac 10, Tansingco 10, Mahinay 8, Japzon 7, Longalong 3, Guinto 2, Barbero 0, Valencia 0 LETRAN 87 – Pambid 22, Mina 20, Caralipio 13, Solera 11, Domingo 6, Pascual 6, Decapia 5, Gonzales 2, Ular 2, Pamulaklakin 0, Labrador 0 QUARTER SCORES: 8-16, 25-29, 40-51, 68-68, 78-78 (1OT), 91-87 (2OT) SECOND GAME ARELLANO 81 – Alcoriza 17, Dumagan 14, Serajosef 11, Cahigas 8, Concepcion 8, Abdurasab 6, Baila 6, Santos 5, Codinera 4, Labarta 2, Filart 0, Sacramento 0 UA&P 38 – Navarro 10, Gutierrez 8, Real 8, Levy 6, Bautista 3, Panteleon 2, Santiago 1, Chotrani 0, Mallero 0 QUARTER SCORES: 28-10, 42-16, 59-26, 81-38 MAY 24 GAME NU 81 – Malonzo 14, Diputado 11, Flores 11, Minerva 10, Yu 7, Penano 6, Abatayo 6, Atienza 5, Rangel 4, Oczon 3, Puray 2, Cauilan 2, Salim 0, Sistoza 0 MLQU 39 – Sual 17, Peralta 7, Gula 6, Pastor 4, Fabila 2, Jamila 2, Alimasa 1, Hermoso 0, Zulueta 0, Teobengco 0, Yutuc 0, Nicolas 0 QUARTER SCORES: 25-6, 35-19, 55-33, 81-39 MAY 20 GAMES FIRST GAME LPU 63 – Pericas 10, Remulla 9, Japzon 9, Navarro 8, Mahinay 8, Longalong 7, Ibanez 6, Liwag 4, Guinto 2, Valencia 0 UP 58 – Longa 12, Tungcab 11, Kamga 9, Gomez de Liano 8, Espanola 6, Santiago 4, Battad 3, Madrigal 3, Malingin 2, Ong 0, Ollano 0 QUARTER SCORES:11-16, 37-27, 48-48, 63-58 SECOND GAME UE 51 – Amora 12, Dimayuga 7, Antiporda 7, Bartolome 5, Baliao 5, Torribo 4, Manalang 3, Beltran 3, Callejo 3, Gallardo 2, Guion 0, Abella 0, David 0, Encelan 0, Tanedo 0 MLQU 43 – Sual 13, Zulueta 9, Pastor 6, Gula 5, Jamila 4, Teobengco 3, Peralta 2, Fabila 1, Alimasa 0, Hermoso 0 QUARTER SCORES: 6-8, 17-24, 40-31, 51-43.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 28th, 2018

The Four Baroque Churches of the Philippines

Churches are a major cultural fixture in the Philippines. As a former colony of Spain, the Philippines inherited the religious art and architecture that characterized Spanish Roman Catholicism. Whe.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsMay 22nd, 2018

Keeping heritage churches in focus

WHAT DOES it mean to take photographs of our churches and then exhibit them? Beyond nostalgia, the ongoing exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Manila called Up Front: Encountering the Sacred, which features pictures of church facades, wants the audience to look at, and then ponder over and appreciate the structures that make up such […] The post Keeping heritage churches in focus appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsMay 22nd, 2018

PHLPost Releases Commemorative Stamps Featuring Centuries-Old Churches

The Philippine Postal Corporation (PHLPost) released new commemorative stamps featuring centuries-old Spanish colonial churches in commemoration of the National Heritage Month. These national cultural treasures were built at the height of Spanish colonization of the archipelago and have remained intact for centuries. Efforts to preserve these cultural edifices have been undertaken in conjunction with exhibits […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsMay 19th, 2018

6 Killed, at Least 35 Wounded in Suicide Bombings in Indonesia

Six people including policemen and suspects were killed and at least 35 others injured as suicide bombers blew themselves up during congregations in three churches in Surabaya city, capital of Indonesia’s East Java province, on Sunday, a police officer said. The explosions killed two persons in Pantekosta church on Arjuno Street, one in Gereja Kristen […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsMay 16th, 2018