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The Department of Public Works and Highways Leyte 2nd engineering district said their office is on track in the implementation of P1.17 billion regular infrastructure projects this year. Carlo Veloso, 2nd LED district engineer, said 95 regular infrastructure projects have been bidded out and 15 percent of these projects are now underway. Comment?
Pope Francis on Saturday visited the Cathedral of the Transfiguration of our Lord, Palo, Philippines, where he was to address Priests, Religious, Seminarians and Families. Due to bad weather, the Holy Father had to reschedule his plans and leave early but not before briefly praying with the people and blessing them. Comment?
New seminary and fishing boats for typhoon victims are gifts of the K of C Contact: Joe Cullen, 203-800-4923, [email protected] ; Andrew Walther, 203-752-4253, [email protected] ; both with Knights of Columbus PALO, Philippines, Jan. 14, 2015 / Christian Newswire / -- During his trip to the Philippines this week, Pope Francis will have the chance to observe tangible improvements in the lives of workers, fishermen and those who hope to be "fishers of men," thanks to the work of the Knights of Columbus. After successfully initiating an innovative program that helped workers regain their livelihoods, the Knights of Columbus are now helping future priests prepare for a life of service. Comment?
TACLOBAN CITY, Philippines Authorities have not monitored any security threat to Pope Francis when he visits the Philippines next month, an official said yesterday. National Intelligence Coordinating Agency Assistant Regional Director 8 Eustacio Bacabac reported the assessment during a conference of government security sectors on the Papal Visit 2015. Comment?
MANILA A visit and a prayer over the mass grave of the victims of last year's super typhoon ''Yolanda'' will be one of the highlights of Pope Francis' visit in Palo, Leyte, the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines said. A report by CBCP News said the Pope, after his lunch with typhoon survivors at the Archbishop's Residence in Palo, will head to the Palo Cathedral to meet with the priests, religious, and laity who also survived Yolanda's onslaught. Comment?
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