MINISTERS chosen by the community from among them would make even better sense if viewed in the context of what the institutional Church on a more fundamental level needs to do to move forward.
THIS is one of two articles on the issue of a married clergy.
THIS would be my last piece on federalism. For now, that is. The federalist movement has barely shifted into gear and there will surely be occasions in the near future to discuss it some more.
WE are caught in a vicious cycle. We need a politically enlightened citizenry to be rid of self-serving dynasty politicians that are causing us all our troubles.
IS federalism the answer to the country’s massive problems of poverty, corruption, domination of the people by political dynasties, and the former’s utter dependence on the latter?
BEFORE I write, as promised in a previous column, my take on the question whether or not Federalism is the answer to our social problems.
SOMETIMES it pays to listen to foreigners among us. They are as a group reluctant to voice valid criticisms of our way of life lest vengeful officials deport them.
THE Department of Transportation (DOTr) is badly missing two core points in its jeepney modernization program. Hence, much as I want it otherwise, I have to go with Sunstar’s Bong Wenceslao that it is bound to fail.
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