Showing my son Logan a native dance from my home island where I was born in Bohol, Philippines. ..#son #ourloveinhumanform #dance #native #philippines #bohol #travel #fun #lobocriver
Posted by Nonito Donaire Jr. on Thursday, November 14, 2019
My heart, my forever team…making priceless memories together is the ultimate experience. Jarel asked me, "Papa, you…
Scene: The municipality of Sierra Bullones was the first in the province to put up their Christmas decor- the tallest Santa Claus. It was displayed last September. However, the Santa Claus was dismantled last weekend.
Scene: After K-Pop star Sandara Park who spent her pre-birthday celebration in the province, Boholano boxer Nonito “Junjun” Donaire Jr went home. He posted photos of his Bohol vacation in Instagram and Facebook. Junjun posted a video of him with his son Logan dancing at the Loboc River. He captioned the video, “Showing my son Logan a native dance from my home island where I was born in Bohol, Philippines.”
Scene: The homecoming of Pinoy Big Brother(PBB) Otso Ultimate Winner William “YamYam” Guc-ong at Inabanga Cultural and Creative Park yesterday, Nov. 16. PBB Otso finalist Fumiya Sankai accompanied YamYaman. Saturday’s event was also the INB Christmas Tree Lights-on Ceremony.
* * *
Boholano priest releases new book: Hashtags for Young Seekers
Fr. Harold Anthony Parilla, the rector of Immaculate Heart of Mary Seminary in this city, launched his second book of homilies “Hashtags for Young Seekers”.
The book is composed of 49 homilies organized into seven chapters. All these homilies seek to answer the important questions that young people, its intended audience, fearlessly raise.
Pope Francis in Evangelii Gaudium,135 said that “The homily can actually be an intense and happy experience of the Spirit, a consoling encounter with God’s word, a constant source of renewal and growth.”
“We took the cue from the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) which declared 2019 as the “Year of the Youth”, a segment of the preparation for the fifth centenary celebration of the arrival of Christianity in the country,” Fr. Parilla said.
He added, “This book is our modest contribution to the challenging and exciting ministry of accompanying young people in their own journey of faith.”
Movie actress and book author Dimples Romana wrote the foreword of the book.
In praise for Fr. Parilla’s work, she said, “I read the reflections and immediately felt the Holy Spirit come upon me. What a beautiful testimony of God’s love. These reflections will tug at your heartstrings and make you rethink just how deep you can go when it comes to nurturing your faith. These stories have left me with a heart yearning for more and a spirit ready to give.”
In this new volume, Fr. Parilla targets young seekers.
In 2017, Fr. Parilla’s authored “Hashtags for Seekers” was published by Creannovate Publishing. It was praised by several leaders, no less than His Excellency Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle who wrote the foreword of the book.
Cardinal Tagle said, “Reading through Harold’s reflections, I felt assured that I do not need to be embarrassed or fearful of my faults, misconceptions, wounds, pains, and doubts for God remains faithful and near to us. God knows we are pilgrims, God’s work in progress. That is why God walks with us, for alone we perish. God’s hope for us knows no bounds. These are some themes in Harold’s book that warmed my heart, as I wish they would yours.”
Fr. Parilla was ordained to the priesthood in 2003, after he finished his theological studies at the Loyola School of Theology in Quezon City.
After some years of work at the local seminary and in the chancery of the Diocese of Tagbilaran, he left for Rome to obtain a licentiate degree in canon law at the Pontifical Gregorian University.
He also finished masteral degrees in pastoral ministry and educational management from two Jesuit universities in the Philippines.
He also facilitates at spiritual retreats for various groups.
Currently, he is rector of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Seminary in Tagbilaran City.
* * *
Bohol designers unite for Exodus fashion show for a cause
Fashion has been used for a lot of worthy causes. In Bohol, 12 designers unite for Suppor+’s fund-raising show ‘Exodus-Bohol Fashion Forward’ on December 21.
Exodus will be more than just about fashionable clothes and gorgeous men and women. It will showcase courage on the catwalk and stories of survival.
The year-ender fashion show will feature the creations of Bebie Tagoctoc, Aileen Sendrijas Pasagad, La’doi Aquino, Kim Villamor, Nikki Simporios, Rose Paul Silhouette, Christian Bustrillos, Tracy Remolador Torres, Ryan Sadudaquil, Christian Relator, EJ Relampagos and Charlow Arbasto.
The clash of art, expression and glamour will be on December 21, 8 p.m. at the Bohol Cultural Center in Tagbilaran City.
For inquiries, contact BDC Secretariat (Ryan Sadudaquil) at 09101244637.
* * *
Thanks for your letters, all will be answered. Comments welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org, follow leoudtohanINQ at Twitter /Facebook/Instagram.