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For history to repeat itself

The founding fathers of the Partido Demokratiko Pilipino–Lakas ng Bayan might be turning in their graves in extreme anger, disfavor, or regret even......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsJul 16th, 2021Related News

Lorenzana to soldiers’ children: Be good

As the nation celebrated Father’s Day, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana reminded the children of soldiers to always be good as their fathers remain stationed at the frontlines......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsJun 20th, 2021Related News

From hilarious lines to relatable responses. How well do we know our Pinoy Dads?

“My father didn’t tell me how to live. He lived and let me watch him do it.” –Clarence Budington Kelland Daddy, Papa, Tatay, Dad, Pops — whatever we call them, our fathers play an important role in our life to guide us, teach us and provide for us. As a role model, they try their […] The post From hilarious lines to relatable responses. How well do we know our Pinoy Dads? appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJun 16th, 2021Related News

Find dad’s great reward at Waterfront Cebu

Every year, one special day is specifically dedicated to parental figures around the world in commemoration of their existence, role and importance in the family and the community. After a successful yet meaningful celebration of all outstanding mothers last May, Waterfront Cebu now puts the spotlight on all the fathers, dads, daddies, and tatay’s this […] The post Find dad’s great reward at Waterfront Cebu appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJun 15th, 2021Related News

SB19 champions Filipino values with song honoring mothers, fathers

Just a few days before the much-anticipated Billboard Music Awards (BBMAs) where they are nominated at Top Social Artist category, the proudly Filipino group SB19 has released an apt tribute for mothers and fathers in the form of a heartwarming song......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsMay 18th, 2021Related News

On fatherhood: Gary V’s words of wisdom to Paolo 

Fathers play a vital role in the physical and emotional development of their children. When children have a healthy relationship with their father, they tend to connect better with others. Not only do they influence a child’s overall sense of wellbeing, but they also set an example on how they relate with other people. American […] The post On fatherhood: Gary V’s words of wisdom to Paolo  appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsApr 15th, 2021Related News

A garden for St. Joseph

CEBU CITY, Philippines — Saint Joseph, the foster-father of Jesus and the patron saint of fathers and workers, has been an important part of the Christian faith here, particularly for the Catholic faithful. The feast of San Jose, as many Cebuanos call him, has been celebrated with grandeur every March 19. This is especially true […] The post A garden for St. Joseph appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsApr 2nd, 2021Related News

500 years of burdens and gifts

In the mass celebrated in Rome by Pope Francis last Sunday, Cardinal Chito Tagle spoke eloquently about the coming of the Christian faith to our land as God’s gift. According to Tagle: “From 1521 to 2021, we see gift upon gift. We thank God for the bearers of the gift these 500 years: the pioneering missionaries, the religious congregations, the clergy, the grandmothers and grandfathers, the mothers and fathers, the teachers, the catechists, the parishes, the schools, the hospitals, the orphanages, the farmers, the laborers, the artists, and the poor whose wealth is Jesus.”.....»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: NewsMar 20th, 2021Related News

Scientists in Colombia discovered a pair of twins with different mothers and fathers

Scholars from National University of Colombia (UNAL) found a case twins From parents Different, after studying the request of a man investigating the paternity of.....»»

Source: Thedailyguardian ThedailyguardianCategory: NewsJan 27th, 2021Related News

Sa malasakit sa kapwa tayo pagagalingin ng Diyos!

Ginugunita ng Simbahan nitong Oktubre 19 ang Pista ni San Pablo dela Cruz na nabuhay para sa pag papalaganap ng mensahe ukol sa pagmamahal at pagiging malapit ng Diyos sa mga mahihirap. Si San Pablo ang Pundador ng ‘Passionists Fathers’ na kilala din bilang Congregation of the Passion of Jesus Christ. The post Sa malasakit sa kapwa tayo pagagalingin ng Diyos! first appeared on Abante......»»

Source: Abante AbanteCategory: NewsOct 19th, 2020Related News

New dad Brandon Vera says fatherhood a source of motivation

Reigning ONE Heavyweight World Champion Brandon “The Truth” Vera is now a father.  The Filipino-American mixed martial arts star and his wife Jessica welcomed their son Atreyu Timothy into the world back in July, and it’s given the 42-year old a renewed sense of motivation.  Vera, who has been ONE’s heavyweight king since 2015, says that like winning inside the cage, words simply cannot describe the feeling of becoming a dad.  “I can’t describe how Atreyu was born just like I can’t describe what it’s like to win in the ONE Circle. It’s two peas in the same pod, no words would ever do that justice,” Vera said. “There was one moment when Atreyu first came out, I was in such joy that I threw my arms up in the air and looked straight up at the ceiling and started crying and smiling, thinking, ‘Wow, this is what everyone talks about.’” Much like most fathers in the fight game, Vera says that the birth of his child has become a source of energy.  “It is easier to wake up. I can agree with this statement. I feel more motivated. I get tired less. I don’t know how and why, but that happened,” Vera explained.  The difference is, Vera says that he’s always had family in his mind, which isn’t necessarily the case for other new fathers.  “Everybody keeps saying priorities change, I am not of that same mindset. Family has always been number one for me. I have been waiting for a long time to change diapers, feed the baby, and train with my child in the gym. All plans are still the same. We’re the World Champ, we act accordingly and we keep our title until we decide it is time for the next step.” “Honestly, I re-realize I’m a father every day I open my eyes and see him. Being a father is not only a very important path in life, it’s also a very serious one for me where my teachings and actions will and can help mold Atreyu into a person to help this world,” Vera continued. That newfound energy and motivation should come in handy once Vera makes his long-awaited return to action. The reigning heavyweight king is expected to defend his ONE Heavyweight World Championship against Indian-Canadian challenger Arjan Bhullar......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsAug 10th, 2020Related News

Editor’s note

June is the month when we celebrate our fathers. Although it usually just falls on the third Sunday of this month, some people prefer to give themselves the luxury of the whole 30 days. Being a father myself, I’d say aye to giving us this kind of privilege. Come on. Kidding aside. Father’s Day is […] The post Editor’s note appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsJun 29th, 2020Related News

My Tatang, my idol

Last Sunday was Father’s Day and I could not help remembering my late father, Emiliano Cortez Jurado—Tatang, as we Ilocanos called our fathers......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: NewsJun 24th, 2020Related News

Four champion martial artists who are also champion dads

Father’s Day comes but once a year, and is a time to celebrate the incredible patriarchs in our lives who have guided us through our toughest challenges. They are the foundation of every family, working tirelessly through day and night to make sure the people they love are happy and safe. This Father’s Day, let’s honor the men in our lives who embody strength, discipline, and loyalty. Great fathers provide their children with a feeling of security, both physically and emotionally, but aren’t afraid to let them stumble and fall in order for them to learn the lessons they need to make it through life.  These four men have given their children the gift of martial arts, but more importantly have also proven to be amazing dads. Ken Lee Brazilian jiu-jitsu and taekwondo black belt, Ken Lee, introduced martial arts to his children at a young age because he believes it can help develop them into great fighters, not just in competition, but also in life. Together with his wife Jewelz -- also a champion martial artist -- they’ve raised four incredible children, including reigning ONE Women’s Atomweight World Champion Angela Lee, and ONE Lightweight World Champion Christian Lee. Their two youngest children, Adrian and Victoria, are both on their way to following in their footsteps. Needless to say, martial arts is the family tradition. “Martial arts has always been a way of life for my family,” said Lee. But as much as he is the powerful voice in each of his children’s corners whenever they compete, Lee takes pride in being their father first and foremost. Guiding their careers, he says, is only his second priority. “I will always be their father first and coach second. As a father, the most important thing for me when it comes to my children is their safety and good health, that they are happy and able to live their dreams,” said Lee. Mark Sangiao Filipino martial arts icon Mark “The Machine” Sangiao is a well-known pioneer in the Philippines’ local martial arts community. He is a loving father to two boys, and a father-figure to his students in the famed Team Lakay. Many seek Sangiao out for his wisdom, not just in competing at the highest levels of martial arts, but also for his experience in traversing the hardships of life. The principles he imparts on his two sons, and many young Team Lakay athletes who could very well be considered his own children, have helped guide them down the right path. “As a father, what matters most for me when it comes to my children is providing them what they need,” said Sangiao.  “I’m not just referring to their material or financial needs, but most importantly giving enough attention to their emotional, psychological, and spiritual well-being. It is essential that I can provide these to my children, because these are the very core of their development and formation as good and responsible people.” Sangiao has cultivated and developed many world champions, including former titleholders Eduard Folayang, Honorio Banario, Geje Eustaquio, and Kevin Belingon, as well as ONE Strawweight World Champion Joshua Pacio. While his eldest son Jhanlo has decided to take after his father in becoming a martial artist, Sangiao says he would support his children regardless of their chosen profession. “I may end up raising a martial artist, a gardener, a businessman, a lawyer -- it doesn’t matter. I will raise them the exact same way. I will support whatever they want to be in life, and what they want for their future. I just want to raise my children to be good, strong, and responsible people,” said Sangiao. Eduard Folayang For two-time former ONE Lightweight World Champion and Team Lakay veteran Eduard “Landslide” Folayang, being a father means imparting his wisdom to his children, and helping them become good members of society. Folayang is a proud father to two young girls, and hopes to instill in them the right values and principles. “I think we have to give our children the right principles to live by. They must be strong in both the body and the mind, but also kind and generous,” said Folayang. While he will support his children no matter what they decide to do when they get older, Folayang still plans on introducing them to martial arts, which is what helped turn his life around as a young man raised in hardship and poverty. “Being a father feels great. I do want my children to practice martial arts. It’s a great way of life and will teach them a lot of lessons. I just want them to find their own talents and help make the world a better place,” said Folayang. Danny Kingad Former ONE World Title challenger and ONE Flyweight World Grand Prix Championship Finalist Danny “The King” Kingad is relatively new to fatherhood, with his son Gleurdan Adrian becoming his pride and joy after being born just two years ago.  Being a father, Kingad says, is his single greatest purpose, and he vows to do everything in his power to give his son a good life. “I want to spend every day with my son. It’s important to me to be there for him. I want to help prepare him for the challenges life will bring,” said Kingad. Kingad grew up a troubled youth who fell into bad company and many vices. It wasn’t until he discovered martial arts that his life gained meaning and direction. He hopes to one day introduce martial arts to Gleurdan, when his son is ready. “Martial arts was a saving grace for me, and I learned a lot from training and competing. I would love for my son to learn the core values that martial arts instilled in me when I was younger. I think it will teach him a lot about respect and honor. But of course, I’m here to support my son in whatever he wants to be in life,” said Kingad. “What’s important to me is that he learns to be humble and respectful, and most especially strong, to be able to handle tough times. Having a strong mind is the best asset of a martial artist.”.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJun 21st, 2020Related News

From sports to parenthood: Athletes who made excellent fathers

This Father's Day, Philstar.com takes a look into some of the most prominent athletes-turned-fathers in the country and how they have parlayed their prowess in their respective sports into raising their children right......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsJun 21st, 2020Related News

On Father’s Day

  BY NESTOR CUARTERO   *   JUST A THOUGHT: “Nurture life, life will nurture you.” – Donald Hicks * OH, MY PAPA: Fathers are a mystery to man. Children grow up usually either in awe or in fear of them. Unlike mothers whose role in our life is well defined from the moment we […].....»»

Source: Tempo TempoCategory: NewsJun 21st, 2020Related News

Remember these important lessons you learn from your father

What is the most memorable gift you received from your father? We probably have a hard time trying to figure out what the greatest gift a father could give to his children.  Is it a ridiculously expensive car? A designer bag? Trendy clothes? Limited edition shoes?  Yes, our fathers could try to provide us more […] The post Remember these important lessons you learn from your father appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJun 20th, 2020Related News

Tycoons’ successors: In their fathers’ footsteps

In 2012, when the late San Miguel Corp. (SMC) chairman Eduardo “Danding” Cojuangco Jr. gave this writer an exclusive interview, I asked: “What was the worst crisis in your life losing your dad, your exile after the 1986 EDSA uprising or others? And why?”.....»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsJun 20th, 2020Related News

Moments with my dad

Today is Father’s Day so here’s wishing “all the best” for fathers everywhere, whether a happily-married father, a separated father, a widower father, a foster father, a single father or a soon-to-be father......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsJun 20th, 2020Related News

Social distancing on Father’s Day?

Father’s Day during this pandemic takes on a new, more urgent meaning as we all struggle together: finding ways to live as normally as we can as businesses and places of work resume operations. At the forefront of this challenge are thousands, even millions of fathers who will brave the landscape of our anxieties amid […] The post Social distancing on Father’s Day? appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsJun 20th, 2020Related News