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Wrap a gift of a worry-free future

Have you wrapped your Christmas presents yet? Picking the right gifts for our loved ones is always a challenge. Our first thought, of course, is to buy something tangible like material gifts that our loved ones might need or really want for Christmas. But having spent almost two years in quarantine amidst a raging pandemic has put everything in perspective. Even something as mundane as choosing the right gift, which entails spending money, can be a very tough decision now…

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Have you decided on how to spend your 13th-month pay?

The merriest season is here, not just for the children but for everyone. Christmas, for many, is the most awaited of all celebrations. Aside from the true meaning of the season, the birth of Jesus Christ, many are looking forward to receiving their 13th-month pay, bonuses, and other rewards given by their respective companies. Among all these rewards, the 13th-month pay is the surest, as this is mandated by law. The 13th-month pay is an amount equal to 1/12 of…

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Memorial property as investment

More and more young professionals are now seeing the value of saving money and making an investment at an early age, and the pandemic has definitely contributed to this major shift in their attitude towards investing. But where should you start if you want to build your investment portfolio while also just starting to build your career? It’s quite simple. Invest in something that is guaranteed to appreciate in value over time, and which you can afford with your current…

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St. Mary Euphrasia: A woman of courage and compassion

In the Philippines, the Good Shepherd Sisters, or the Religious of the Good Shepherd (RGS), are known for their delicious ube jam, which is a favorite pasalubong of those who visit Baguio City for vacation. But unknown to many, the congregation behind the famous jam was established in the Philippines in Batangas City in 1912. On October 12, 1912, the first Irish RGS missionaries arrived in Batangas City from Burma (now Myanmar) to continue the mission of the Congregation of…

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Eternal Crematory: an advocate of the proper conservation of cremains

The number of cremation cases in the country has significantly increased this year because of the Covid-19 pandemic. As part of the government’s measures to stop the spread of the disease, the remains of confirmed and suspected Covid-19 patients had to be buried or cremated within 12 hours of their death. And because it is a more efficient means of handling deaths caused by communicable diseases, such as Covid-19, and for economic reasons, cremation is preferred over traditional burial. But…

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