Wednesday, October 25th, 2017


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House pays tribute: Vidal was ‘A calm, reasoned voice’

CONGRESS voiced its gratitude to the late Cebu Archbishop Ricardo Cardinal Vidal for his 35 years of service as a spiritual leader and peacemaker both to Cebuanos and the nation. In a resolution, which all 10 Cebuano district legislators pushed for, the House said that it joined the entire nation in mourning the death of “the good cardinal-priest” last Oct. 18. Source: Local News

Cities to provide transport for burial rites

AT least 22 buses will provide free rides from 7 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. from different areas in Cebu for those who will attend the burial rites of Cebu Archbishop Emeritus Ricardo Cardinal Vidal in the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral today. With the thousands of people expected to join today’s procession, Councilor Dave Tumulak said they prepared three plans, depending on the number of people who will join. Source: Local News

Spaces of hope: What can I do?

“WHAT can I do?” These words, followed by a slight shrug of the shoulders, have a familiar ring to them, especially to those who have worked closely with the late Cardinal Vidal. It was his favorite expression when facing a dilemma requiring difficult choices. Or, as they say, between a rock and a hard place. Source: Local News

Cardinal was a true servant leader: Davide

AS he recalled some memories with the late Cebu Archbishop Emeritus Ricardo Cardinal Vidal, retired Supreme Court Chief Justice Hilario Davide Jr. urged government servants to follow the cardinal’s example. Davide also said the Catholic church should start working to have Cardinal Vidal’s successor, Cebu Archbishop Jose Palma, elevated among the ranks of cardinals. During the last night for the tributes to Cardinal Vidal, Davide said the late archbishop was always with them in every milestone in their family. Source: Local News

Cardinal Vidal, beyond the news and headlines

AS a reporter, I covered the last decade or so of the late Ricardo Cardinal Vidal’s tenure as archbishop of Cebu and the few years into his retirement. In Cebu, my last stint was as church beat reporter of SunStar Cebu before I left and pursued job opportunities in Cagayan de Oro and then Manila. Cardinal Vidal’s last few years in office were marked by wide-ranging issues that a journalist would have close encounters with the popular spiritual leader in what were his twilight years. Source: Local News

New route for Vidal funeral procession released

THE Archdiocese of Cebu on Wednesday evening, October 25, decided to take a longer route for the funeral procession of Cebu Archbishop Emeritus Ricardo Cardinal Vidal. Cardinal Vidal’s funeral procession on Thursday, October 26, will pass through Burgos St., going right toward Osmeña Blvd, turning right to D. Jakosalem, going towards Colon St., and turning right to Mabini, before heading toward P. Gomez (Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral Mausoleum). Source: Local News

Cebuanos to bid final farewell to Vidal

MORE people are expected to flock to the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral today to pay their last respects and witness the burial of Cebu Archbishop Emeritus Ricardo Cardinal Vidal. At 9 a.m. on this official day of mourning, Cebuanos will bid farewell to the 86-year-old Marinduque native who had made Cebu his home for three decades. Officials of the weather bureau advised those who will be attending the funeral mass to bring umbrellas and other gear to protect them from the rain. Source: Local News

Cordova mulls reward for tipsters v. cyber operators

THE Cordova Municipal Government announced its plan to give P20,000 cash or more to any person who can provide information about any town resident that offers cyber pornography. Mayor Mary Therese Sitoy-Cho said the plan, which will be made an ordinance, will be discussed by the Municipal Council. If this plan will be realized, this will be the second Cordova ordinance in the campaign against cyber pornography. The first ordinance requires money transfer firms to submit a report and to coordinate with the municipal officials if they notice unusual transactions.Read More

Marathon hearing for City’s proposed 2018 budget went smoothly

UNLIKE in previous years, the marathon hearing for the P6.2-billion proposed 2018 annual budget of the Cebu City Government went smoothly yesterday, with the Local Finance Committee (LFC) being the first to defend sources of funds for the budget. Compared with this year, City Treasurer Tessie Camarillo said they identified smaller amounts of tax and non-tax revenues of the City because they wanted to use an “achievable” figure. The LFC has identified the tax and non-tax revenues as the main sources of funds for the budget next year. Source: LocalRead More