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#TIME #VaticanCity #TWITTER #MicrosoftBBS #Pontifex On 12-12-12, the Pontifex SPAKE! https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=4240983869326&set=a.2271420591475.2117963.1427450153&type=3&theater
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(VATICAN CITY) – Benedict XVI, the pope known for his hefty volumes of theology, is now trying brevity – spreading the faith through his own Twitter account.
The pontiff will tweet in eight languages starting Dec. 12 using his personal handle (at)Pontifex, responding live to questions about faith during his weekly general audience, the Vatican said Monday.
Questions can be submitted to (hash)askpontifex, and the pope will likely respond to three to five of those sent from around the world, the Vatican’s communications adviser Greg Burke told a news conference.
The pope sent his first tweet last year from a Vatican account to launch the Holy See’s news information portal, part of efforts to increase the church presence in social media and spread the faith. A personal Twitter account for the 85-year-old Benedict has been the subject of speculation ever since; Monday’s news conference was packed in an indication of the interest it has generated.
Within two hours of the announcement of the pope’s handle, he had already garnered nearly 60,000 followers.
Burke said the handle (at)Pontifex was chosen because it not only means pope in Latin, but also bridge-builder, suggesting unity. How often will the pope tweet? “As often as he wants,” Burke said, adding that he hoped the tweeting would be frequent and regular.
(MORE: Holy Hashtags! The Pope Will Soon Join the Tweeting Masses)
While the pope will push the button himself on Dec. 12, subsequent tweets will be sent by someone in the Vatican’s secretariat of state. They will, however, all be approved by the pope, officials said.
“It’s always going to have his engagement and his approval,” said Monsignor Paul Tighe, the No. 2 in the Vatican’s social communications office. “Not physically, but from his mind.”
Currently a host of Twitter accounts use the pope’s name, purporting to be his personal account. The (at)Pontifex account, however, is certified as the only official papal Twitter feed, Tighe said. No special security arrangements have been taken to prevent the account from being hacked; Burke said Twitter has many celebrity clients.
“They seem to be able to take care of them. We assume they’ll be able to take care of us as well,” he said.
Papal tweets will be sent simultaneously in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Polish and Arabic, Burke said. Monsignor Claudio Maria Celli, the president of the Vatican’s social communications office, said he hoped to add Chinese.
He stressed that the papal tweets aren’t to be considered infallible teachings, merely “pearls of wisdom” in the pope’s own words.
The Vatican has been increasing its presence in social media, using YouTube channels and Facebook pages for special events and Twitter to engage believers and nonbelievers alike, particularly the young.
The Vatican decided against using a personal Facebook page for the pope because they thought it was too personal an interaction and would require more manpower to keep updated.
BY NICOLE WINFIELD
Read more: http://techland.time.com/…/pope-joins-tweeting…/…
#TIME #VaticanCity #TWITTER #MicrosoftBBS #Pontifex George Palaganas posted comment at HuffingtonPost http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/…/pope-first-tweet-pontifex… From George Palaganas: “12-12-12 is not just a fancy date but in the fashion of Microsoft BBS in the West Coast, “ON THIS DAY, 12-12-12 the POPE spake!(I am not certain if spake on the daemon response is a “calculated error”) via TWITTER! And more than half-million NETIZENS waited for the first 3 TWEETS!”
#VaticanCity #PopeBenedictXVI #FirstTimeinHistory #Twitter #OfficialTweets The first Official TWEET of the POPE in History! https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=4240435135608&set=a.2271420591475.2117963.1427450153&type=3&theater
“How can faith in Jesus be lived in a world without hope?”
——————————— It’s the 4th tweet and the second in interrogative form. smile emoticon
“We can be certain that a believer is never alone. God is the solid rock upon which we build our lives and his love is always faithful” ——– True since dawn of Adam. It’s already a communion between God and man where man is never contented so he requested a “just like me” but God became so jealous how come he is not successful in fashioning a physical him and instead of giving another “just like him”, he gave EVE! smile emoticon
“Any suggestions on how to be more prayerful when we are so busy with the demands of work, families and the world? ” —————— Ecclesiastes 3:1-8
There is a time for everything,
and a season for every activity under heaven:
a time to be born and a time to die,
a time to plant and a time to uproot,
a time to kill and a time to heal,
a time to tear down and a time to build,
a time to weep and a time to laugh,
a time to mourn and a time to dance,
a time to scatter stones and a time to gather them,
a time to embrace and a time to refrain,
a time to search and a time to give up,
a time to keep and a time to throw away,
a time to tear and a time to mend,
a time to be silent and a time to speak,
a time to love and a time to hate,
a time for war and a time for peace. Note: I’ve got residual memory that this is under Corinthians Chapter 13…. hmmm(?)
——–We should put prayers as a sign of daily habit in specific time of the day. “There is time for everything. ” indeed. ——–
“Offer everything you do to the Lord, ask his help in all the circumstances of daily life and remember that he is always beside you “——————- One night a man had a dream. He dreamed
he was walking along the beach with the LORD.
Across the sky flashed scenes from his life.
For each scene he noticed two sets of
footprints in the sand: one belonging
to him, and the other to the LORD.
When the last scene of his life flashed before him,
he looked back at the footprints in the sand.
He noticed that many times along the path of
his life there was only one set of footprints.
He also noticed that it happened at the very
lowest and saddest times in his life.
This really bothered him and he
questioned the LORD about it:
“LORD, you said that once I decided to follow
you, you’d walk with me all the way.
But I have noticed that during the most
troublesome times in my life,
there is only one set of footprints.
I don’t understand why when
I needed you most you would leave me.”
The LORD replied:
“My son, my precious child,
I love you and I would never leave you.
During your times of trial and suffering,
when you see only one set of footprints,
it was then that I carried you.”
written by Carolyn Joyce Carty
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Isang light aircraft, bumagsak sa Doña Soledad extension, Better Living Subdivision, Parañaque City
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It’s Deal-U! The new AFP Chief of Staff is Gen. Jessie Dellosa replacing Gen. Eduardo Oban Jr. He is 43rd AFP Chief after Oban on 07Mar2011
Published : Monday, December 12, 2011 00:00
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Written by : WILLIAM B. DEPASUPIL REPORTER
NORTHERN Luzon Command chief Lt. Gen. Jessie Dellosa was named the new chief of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), replacing Gen. Eduardo Oban who will reach the mandatory retirement age of 56 on Tuesday.
A senior military official, who asked not to be identified because he had no authority to speak on the matter, confirmed that Dellosa is the new Armed Forces chief.
The source said that Dellosa was a cinch to get the position even as he said that President Benigno Aquino 3rd may change his mind and appoint somebody else though.
“A change of mind by the President is always possible but is remote at this point of time,” the source added,
The President will formally announce the new AFP chief during turnover ceremonies at Camp Aquinaldo in Quezon City (Metro Manila) today.
“I have not been given clearance to make any announcement on that point yet so let’s just wait for the announcement. The person I’m sure has been informed of the assumption as Chief of Staff but, insofar as announcing it, let is wait for President Aquino to make the announcement,” presidential spokesman Edwin Lacierda said over state-run dzRB.
Oban, a member of the Philippine Military Academy Class of 1979, assumed the post on March 6. He replaced Ricardo David, Aquino’s first AFP chief, and who is now chief of the immigration bureau.
Lacierda said the next AFP chief is expected to continue the reforms initiated by Oban.
Dellosa, a member of Philippine Military Academy (PMA) “Matapat” Class of 1979, bested two of his equally qualified “mistahs” or classmates—AFP deputy chief of staff Lt. Gen. Anthony Alcantara and Navy flag officer in command Rear Admiral Alexander Pama—as well as other senior officers.
Oban and newly retired Army chief Lt. Gen. Arturo Ortiz were also members of PMA Class ’79.
Dellosa will be the 43rd AFP chief of staff and the third to be appointed under the Aquino administration. The two others were retired Gen. Ricardo David, now the immigration commissioner, and Oban.
The other contenders for the AFP top position were Air Force commanding officer Lt. Gen. Oscar Rabena, Southern Luzon Command chief Lt. Gen. Roland Detabali, Central Command chief Lt. Gen. Ralph Villanueva, Western Mindanao Command chief Lt. Gen. Juancho Sabban, AFP Insp. Gen. Vice Admiral Mario Catacutan, Lt. Gen. Raymundo Ferrer and PMA Supt. Vice Admiral Leonardo Calderon.
Mapagu, Rabena, Detabali, Villanueva and Sabban are members of Class of 1978, which adopted former President Gloria Arroyo as honorary member.
Calderon is a member of PMA Class 1976 while Ferrer and Catacutan belong to Class of 1977.
Dellosa was commander of the Second Infantry Division based in Tanay, Rizal before he was appointed Nolcom chief.
While a junior officer, Dellosa also served with the Presidential Security Group during the administration of President Corazon Aquino, the mother of the incumbent Chief Executive.
Dellosa was also a commander of the Second Infantry Division based in Tanay, Rizal.
He was also a former deputy commander of the Central Command based in Cebu City.
Dellosa was also assigned as deputy commander of the Central Command, commandant of cadets of the PMA, commander of 302nd Infantry Brigade; deputy commander of the First Scout Ranger Regiment, special operations command; chief of staff of the Fourth Infantry Division, deputy commander and operations officer of the Joint Task Force “COMET,” and the commander of the 1st Scout Ranger Battalion, First Scout Ranger Regiment of the Southern Luzon Command.
He had extensive military trainings here and abroad where he was always on top of his class. Among them were the Intelligence Officer Course, Scout Ranger Course, Military Scuba Diving Course, Basic Airborne Course, United States Army Ranger Course, Pathfinder Course, Air Assault Course, Counter Terrorist Action Course, Hostage Rescue Training, Anti Terrorist Tactical FAS Training , Infantry Officer Advance Course, Command and General Staff Course in TRADOC, PA, Southeast Asia Peace Keeping Operations in Bangladesh; and National Security Strategic Studies in National Defence College, India.
He is a recipient of numerous awards, including three Distinguished Service Stars, two Gold Cross Medals, two Outstanding Achievement Medals, six Bronze Cross Medals, 36 Military Merit Medals, 16 Military Commendation Medals, two Wounded Personnel Medals and the most coveted PMAAA Cavalier Award for Combat Operation.
Dellosa is a scuba diver, sky diver, scout ranger, counter terrorist expert, hostage crisis management graduate and an advance practical shooter that distinguished him as one of the first military professional shooters of the Armed Forces.
He was born in Bacon, Sorsogon on January 20, 1957 and married to Mary Rose Fernandez. They have three kids—Thaddeus, Benjamin and Patricia.
With report from Jaime Pilapil
MGen Jose Z. Mabanta will assume as the Commander of the 7th Infantry Division of the Philippine Army, to replace MGen Irineo C. Espino. Mabanta is the current Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, J3 of the AFP. Prior to this, he held the position as Commander of the Civil Relations Service, AFP. He is a member of Philippine Military Academy (PMA) “Dimalupig” Class of 1981. From 1992 to 1998, Mabanta served with distinction in Mindanao in various capacities, both as an intelligence and infantry officer. Mabanta was the former AFP Spokesperson.
To succeed MGen Mabanata in his post is BGen Romeo V. Calizo who will be the new Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, J3, AFP. Calizo is the current Chief of the AFP Command Center. He previously held the position as the Assistant Division Commander of the 4th Infantry Division, Philippine Army in Camp Edilberto Evangelista, Cagayan De Oro. He is a member of the PMA “Matapat” class of 1979.
To assume Calizo’s post is BGen Romeo T. Tanalgo who will be designated as the new Chief of the AFP Command Center. Currently, he is the Commander of the 2nd Marine Brigade of the Philippine Navy in Talipao, Sulu. He was the Chief of Staff of the Philippine Marine Corps from June 20, 2008 to February 1, 2009. He is a member of the PMA “Matikas” Class of 1983.
Col. Orlando E. De Leon will be replacing Tanalgo as the new Commander of the 2nd Marine Brigade, Philippine Navy. He was the Chief of Staff of the Philippine Marine Corps from November 1, 2005 to July 22, 2006. Prior to this, De Leon held the position as the Deputy Commander of the 3rd Marine Brigade. He is a member of the PMA “Sandigan” Class of 1982.
The designation of MGen Mabanta, BGen Calizo, BGen Tanalgo and Col De Leon was approved by President Benigno Aquino III effective last Monday, November 21.
Meanwhile, Malacañang also approved the designation of two Senior Officers from the Philippine Army which will take effect on November 28.
Col. Reynaldo G. Mutiangpili will be the new Commander of the 52nd Engineering Brigade, Philippine Army. He is the current Deputy and Acting Commander of the 52nd EBde, PA. Mutiangpili is a member of the PMA “Maharlika” Class of 1984.
Col. Demosthenes C. Santillan will be designated as the new Commander of the 54th Engineer Brigade, Philippine Army. He is the current Deputy Commander of the 51st Engineering Brigade, PA. Santillan is a member of the PMA “Matikas” Class of 1983.
“We stand by our commitment to continuously strengthen professionalism within our ranks. In pursuit of carrying out our mandates effectively and efficiently, our organization has to constantly undergo changes in its leadership which is part of the military institution’s continuous growth and improvement. We shall expect great things from these newly appointed officers in contributing to the achievement of our goals,” AFP Chief of Staff, Gen. Eduardo S.L. Oban Jr. said.
Pictures of Family Members from first generations to fifth generations (late 1800’s to 2010)
Photos of all PSCES Paniqui Tarlac Batch 1981 including mentors and teachers
1.Roberto Arela, 2.Hilario Balingit, 3. Erix Capiendo, 4. Billy dela Cruz, 5.Edwin dela Cruz, 6.Roel Dalayoan, 7.Gilbert Escobal, 8.Ruel Fernandez, 9.Rolando Gonzales, 10.Juanito Ibay, 11.Paul Allan Isip, 12.Orlando Limos, 13.Joseph Macaraeg, 14.Jerry Manalo, 15.Arnold Mendoza, 16.Rodrigo Navarro, 17.Wenceslao Sonza, 18.Leonardo Taaca, 19.Dante Tan, 20.Eduardo Tolentino, 21.Ernesto Vigilia, 22.Rafael Yamar
1.Liza Borja, 2.Edwinda Cabie, 3.Thelma Cabie, 4.Pauline Luz Cancio, 5.Cecile Yvonne Clarisse Cruz, 6.Gina dela Cruz, 7.Sarah Cruz, 8. Filipina Diaz, 9. Mirasol Gonzales, 10.Estelita Granil, 11.Emily Lampa, 12.Delia Manalastas, 13.Alicia Mananquil, 14.Annaliza Marquez, 15.Virginia Ofrecio, 16.Donna Olonan, 17.Fatima Quinto, 18.Teresita Santillan, 19.Marilyn Tuazon, 20.Merlita Vega, 21.Elvie Vera, 22.Juliet Yamar
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SECTION C: (total: 40)
1.Justo Apolinario, Jr., 2.Dennis Bacarro, 3.Jerome Bacarro, 4.Edwin Capiendo, 5.Roberto Concepcion, Jr., 6.Pacifico dela Cruz, 7.Samuel Cuenca, 8.Felix David, Jr., 9.Jason Diemsen, 10.Redentor Ducusin, 11.Marcelo Exiomo, 12.Angelito Ibay, 13.Anthony Lactaotao, 14.Rogelio Lapuz, 15.Rommel Lopez, 16.Ysmael Luis, 17.Efren Mallari, 18.Bonifacio Mendoza, Jr., 19.Tito Nano, 20.Honorio Ocampo, 21.Edgardo Ofrecio, 22.Joseph Ofrecio, 23.Rolando Publico
1.Mila Bautista, 2.Rachelle Bautista, 3.Lyn Cabansag, 4.Daisy Clarin, 5.Joyce Diemsen, 6.Merlina Ignacio, 7.Rosalinda Lambino, 8.Grace de Leon, 9.Cristina Mauricio, 10.Beverly Morales, 11.Rosemarie Pablo, 12.Marites Pascua, 13.Grace Pita, 14.Emelita Soberano, 15.Serna Sumilang, 16.Corazon Valenzuela, 17.Jeanette Versoza
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SECTION D (total: 43)
1.Arnel Abril, 2.Bernardo Acosta, 3.Ariel Bautista, 4.Ferdinand Bernal, 5.Homer Cangco, 6.Manuel Castillo, 7.Roel Cortado, 8.Cesar Cruz, 9.Michael dela Cruz, 10.Ronnie Galeon, 11.Roberto Garcia, 12.Sonny Ibay, 13.Felix Manuel, Jr., 14.Edgar Mendoza, 15.Edwin Natividad, 16.Rodolfo Pacheco, 17.Renato Pangilinan, 18.Gerardo Quizon, 19.Dante Romboa, 20.Donald Sicat, 21.Conrado Sumaoang, 22.Elizardo Tampipig, 23.Restituto Untalan, 24.Donato Valdez, 25.Joel Valdez, 26.Fernando Vinluan
1.Rosita Aguilar, 2.Elizabeth Agustin, 3.Shirley Aquino, 4.Melinda Bravo, 5.Norma Brunio, 6.Delia Calosing, 7.Gavina Concepcion, 8.Mariver Cunanan, 9.Miriam Galverio, 10.Melba Mendoza, 11.Evelyn Millo, 12.Cristina Obcena, 13.Dolores Pallasiqui, 14.Noribelle Tiangsing, 15.Virginia Tulagan, 16.Susan Villanueva, 17.Gina Vinluan
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1.Edgar Agustin, 2.Joel Ballobar, 3.Roger Bautista, 4.Manuel Bulatao, 5.Elmer Bungay, 6.Jesus Bungay, 7.Robert Dungca, 8.Fernando Feliciano, 9.Lito Gabriel, 10.Alfredo de Guzman, 11.Roger Hilario, Jr. 12.Erwin Ilingan, 13.Hilario Lagman, Jr., 14.Fred Lanuza, 15.Arturo Lapurga, 16.Artemio Pastor, 17.Eduardo Pigao, 18.Orlando Rosagas, 19.Von Santiago, 20.Eduardo Sicat, 21.Jose Sinlao, 22.Solemenio de Vera, 23.Marcelo Villanueva, 24.Wilfredo Villanueva
1.Luzviminda Angco, 2.Consorcia Agustin, 3.Maria Antonio, 4.Norayda Baybay, 5.Yolanda Bugagon, 6.Merinda Dizon, 7.Ruby Flores, 8.Annabelle Garbin, 9.Evelyn Mamucod, 10.Victoria Manalo, 11.Emelyn Manuel, 12.Evelyn Obcena, 13.Rowena Ramirez, 14.Natalia Ramos, 15.Vivian Sacatani, and 16.Fatima Valdez.
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A local Seattle Columnists has to meet the current hot author of
the book, BASICA, Jim Fastbender, for a feature column interview. While
most of their conversations delved on the current hot book BASICA, and
a lot of referrals to it's purported predecessor book, EX-MACHINA,
a romance between columnist and author starts to ignite.
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