Silence, solitude, harmony, the enchantment of creation, the freedom of Light, and the passion to share God’s Word – this is Caleruega, the seedbed of preachers, the cornerstone of spiritual inspiration.
Caleruega is a house of prayer and renewal. Its doors are open to retreats, recollections, study and research, youth camps, marriage and family encounter celebrations, and other meaningful activities.
Come, explore the peaceful mystery. PS. Unintentionally, there are times I find myself asking my little brother questions once hounded to me by our parents when I was his age - "So are you still seeing this girl?", "So what's your plan now?", "When was the last time you went to church?". Sometime not realizing it was already ages before I myself took a holy communion and confessed my sins. Caleruega
Brgy. Kaylaway, Batulao
It’s raining flowers during the month of love in Baguio City, Philippines’ summer capital.
A Kankanaey term for "a season of blooming," Panagbenga is a festival as colorful and as fragrant as newly-bloomed rose. Every February, thousands of tourists flock to Baguio to witness the refreshing floral and float parades. The festival started in 1995 for the residents to help forget the devastating 1990 earthquake that almost destroyed the city and claimed the lives of many.
The chilliest winter I ever spent was the first day of summer in San Francisco.
It was a dream come true to visit the Land of Milk and Honey, see the Golden Gate Bridge, and finally set foot to the major destination country of Filipino migrants. I love SF every moment, every second, every rewind.