Finally, Ateneo de Manila University goes on the air with its first-ever campus radio station. Set to be housed in the Jesuit Communication Foundation’s (JesCom) building on campus, the campus radio station, dubbed “Radyo Katipunan” will be fully equipped with the management, personnel and infrastructure for its targeted soft launch […]

Ateneo de Manila University goes on air

In an age when rapid advancements in social media are quickly and profoundly reshaping society, Signis Philippines and member organizations Jesuit Communications Foundation Inc. (JesCom), TV Maria, Catholic Media Network, Paulines, and Radio Veritas, organized the well-timed forum “Catholic Media in Challenging Times” held January 19, 2018 at the Lay […]

Tagle et al. discuss Catholic media concerns

Published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer on January 4, 2018 “Oh, East is East, and West is West, and never the twain shall meet!” writes Rudyard Kipling in “The Ballad of East and West.” That seems an apt description of the politics in the Philippines. On one side, we have […]

Morality in politics

A homily given by Fr. Emmanuel Alfonso, SJ at the Jesuit Residence on 20 December 2017 Mary said, “Behold, I am the handmaid of the Lord. May it be done to me according to your word.” After a few encounters with John the Baptist these past few days, including yesterday’s […]

Mary, handmaid of the Lord

“Ignacio de Loyola,” the Filipino-produced biopic about the founder of the Society of Jesus, was recently awarded the Best Film prize at the Mirabile Dictu International Catholic Film Festival held in Vatican City from November 27 to 30, 2017. It is the first Filipino film to win the prestigious award. […]

“Ignacio de Loyola” is first Filipino film to win in ...

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Homily at wake mass, 11 December 2017, LHS Fr. Nono Alfonso, SJ At the Jesuit Residence, where Fr. Nick and I lived together for years, with other happy and fun-loving Jesuits, we vowed to each other to preach at each other’s wake or funeral and in particular to make our […]

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