Young people will go down in history as the agents of change who triggered a “popular uprising” and “spirit of rebellion” for the good of our planet.
Series: The Gospel on Social Media
Social media today has become the new pulpit in spreading the Good News. The Church urges her faithful to use it as an effective tool to promote what is praiseworthy and good in people. Communicator Ilsa Reyes suggests themes and ideas on how to intensify Catholic evangelization online.
Two Filipino Catholics are harnessing the power of social media to spread the Gospel. With their increasing number of followers these two evangelizers are showing the youth that the widespread platform of social media is the way to communicate and connect.
By comparing our lives with the lives of people we follow on social media we fall into the comparison trap. So how do we avoid the social media comparison trap? Here are three tips to helps us get started.
It is normal to sometimes feel depressed, but if it paralyzes you from doing your daily activities for at least two weeks, then you may be having a mental health disorder. Here’s how to deal with depression.
Water is fundamental for life and health. The human right to water is indispensable for leading a healthy life in human dignity. It is a pre-requisite to the realization of all other human rights.
More incidents of attacks, intimidation and harassment have raised the level of fear among journalists across the region. Asian Church leaders have voiced alarm over press freedom’s decline.
Through skills training and values formation, Don Bosco TVET Centers across the country are empowering disadvantaged Filipino youths to rise above poverty thereby giving them a chance to a better life.
Members of a worldwide church organization find that going on top of a mountain for spiritual refreshment and supplication is quite refreshing and inspiring. After all, Jesus while on earth made his decisions after praying to His Father on top of a mountain.
The author writes about how his mother showed the real meaning of the word ‘gentle’. To be gentle is to live in the Holy Spirit as Jesus Himself taught the world how and the reward is the ‘earth as their heritage.’