Confirmed by Peter's Embrace

Confirmed by Peter's Embrace

Find out what Pope Francis whispered to human rights crusader Bishop Pablo Virgilio David.

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Camarines St.

Camarines St.

A writer recalls her life before and during the Second World War.

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The Making of a Matriarch

The Making of a Matriarch

A Fil-Am daughter honors her “mail-order-bride” mother.

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My Mother, Myself

My Mother, Myself

A poet’s loving memory of her mother

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Watch Out World: Somewhere in the Middle, Deborah Francisco Douglas Finds Her Way Home

Watch Out World: Somewhere in the Middle, Deborah Francisco Douglas Finds Her Way Home

A Filipino American Peace Corps volunteer of mixed lineage discovers the Philippines – and herself.

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A Tree in My Ballesteros

A Tree in My Ballesteros

A towering tree serves as a living monument to a beloved hometown.

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A Memoir of Courage and Hope

A Memoir of Courage and Hope

How writing healed the author from the traumas of immigration, prejudice and illness.

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The ‘Indio Hacendero’ of Angono

The ‘Indio Hacendero’ of Angono

Learn about a little-known story of cultural accommodation and land disputes in Spanish Philippines.

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Pieces of the (Midnight) Sun: Sketches of An Alaskero

Pieces of the (Midnight) Sun: Sketches of An Alaskero

A writer recalls the doldrum and drama in Alaska’s salmon canneries of decades past.

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Hello, Dali: Salvador, Venus and Me

Hello, Dali: Salvador, Venus and Me

As a young man, the author bought a ‘Salvador Dali print,’ and for a good part of his adult life worried if he had been conned.

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