Have you ever realized that there have been times that you experienced what happened to Jesus? – In some ways or another. For how many times that I was inconveniently sick last year? Did I experience the happiness that I’ve leen longing for a year before that? Most of us probably know the stories we
The first Piña Festival of Ormoc City last 25th of June of this year was truly a notable celebration of beautiful people as it celebrates beauty. The event coincided with the feast celebration of their patron saints, St. Peter and St. Paul. Meanwhile, The festival seeks to promote not only Ormoc’s very own sweetest queen
A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots. -Marcus Garvey- Wala ko damha nga mahimong usa ka espesyal sa akong kinabuhi ang Buwan sa Mayo. Espesyal, mahitungod sa usa ka kahigayunan nga akong nakita ug natuki ang Sugbo sa karaang panahon. Onse ka tuig na
Aside from its famous Sayahan Falls, I didn’t expect that there is another water escape destinations in Brgy. Ga-as. After my three days adventures in the Community of Cabintan, Province of Ormoc. Iv’e got the chance to visit again the community of Ga-as and see the place where Lt. Blas Miranda of Guerrillas ( Philippine
As we all know that Ormoc City is really mountainous and could serve as one of the best natural destinations/attractions in the country. Aside from the attractions that are mostly for brave and adventurous person, here is another attraction that will make you fall in love to visit Ormoc, After conquering the Highest Peak in the whole Region
“Kaplag”which means finding in Cebuano, recalls the discovery of the image of Snr. Sto. Nino by Spanish soldier Juan Camus on April 28,1565. He found the image burned inside the nipa hut after Spanish forces set fire to the village. Without the Kaplag Festival, there will be no Sinulog. The festival was celebrated more for
In Philippine rural areas, people are encouraged to turn off their radios and televisions on Good Friday that marks the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ. Through this complete silence, it is believed that people will be able to communicate with God through devotional prayer. A day before the death of Jesus Christ which is the
As part of Roman Catholic Lenten tradition, it has been part of general practice to visit the 7 churches during Maundy Thursday and pray before the Blessed Sacrament and recite the station of the cross during Good Friday.