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Friday, 12 December 2008 05:15

We welcome our latest contributor, Ms. Ella Madrigal-Wagner, who may be writing now on a regular basis for this website. We have reprinted Ms. Wagner’s classic article on Advent, Christmas in the Philippines. This is actually the second article of Ms. Ella in our publication, as she wrote before this piece, Philippine Nurses Parkway Campaign Continues to Gain Supporters. She is also the editor of the Philippine Nurses Monitor magazine and a contributing editor of the Taliba (http://www.mywebdesignsource.com/taliba/j/) newspaper in Southern California. Welcome officially to the MabuhayRadio.com, Ms. Ella.

 

Here are the other articles that we published about Advent and New Year last Christmas season:

 

How Filipinos Reinvented Christmas

 

Yes, Virginia, There Is No Santa Claus . . .

 

My Giddy Christmas Thoughts this Christmas (from “A Cup O’ Kapeng Barako” column of Jesse Jose)

 

Christmas Actually Came Early for Filipinos in Boston (by Dr. Minnie Festin-Navato in Sections / Sunday's Sermon)

 

The Parable of the Atheist Who Spends Christmas in Kalimantan

 

Advent and Abortion: A Christmas Message for George W. Bush and the American People

 

Talltale Signs: The NaFFAA’s Home Is Melting this Christmas

 

Advent: In Expectation of Our Lord (by Francis Fernandez in Sections / Sunday's Sermon)

 

The Joy of Advent (by Francis Fernandez in Sections / Sunday's Sermon)

 

Inventing the "FOOD" for the World (Part II)

 

Readings for the Night Before, and the Evenings After, New Year (and Christmas)  (by Atty. Domingo Lira in Sections / Sunday's Sermon)

 

What the New Year Is All About . . . Is 2008 “Almageddon Time”?

 

"Mabuhay, Las Vegas" Radio Broadcast, January 2005, as Hosted by Bobby Reyes

 

Remembering the Departed Filipino Diplomats in Los Angeles

 

 



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