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HAPI-Sorsogon Goes on a Nature Trip!

By Shane / May 7, 2021 / 0 Comments

By Stephany Lovendino HAPI Sorsogon – Writer In celebration of World Earth Day, HAPI-Sorsogon conducted its biggest breakthrough as a Chapter with the HAPI Film Screening and HAPI Tree Planting Activity – a two-day event serving the earth and humanity, full of learning, laughter, and adventure! The HAPI Film Screening was held in Salvacion, Castilla, […]

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bible, church, wedding

An Atheistic God

By Shane / April 13, 2021 / 0 Comments

By Rado Gatchalian The FILOsopher For centuries, this mind-boggling question, “Does God exist?” has catapulted our civilizations to secondary, yet also primal, questions of peace and violence, of good and evil, of liberty and authority. It is 2021 and we still battle with this one fundamental question that ultimately defines our existence: who we are […]

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coronavirus, quarantine, mask

Science and humanism will get us through this pandemic

By Shane / April 5, 2021 / 0 Comments

By Merlie Figura HammerChemist & Retired Medical Underwriter Some basic definitions: an epidemic is when a disease affects a large number of people within a community, population, or region. A pandemic is an epidemic that has spread over multiple countries or continents. As Covid-19 began spreading in Wuhan, China, it became an epidemic. When the disease spread […]

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Welcome to the HAPI-Bicol Youth Camp!

By Shane / March 27, 2021 / 0 Comments

HAPI Bicol held its first-ever Youth Camp at the Green Hillside Nest Campsite in Abucay, Pilar, Sorsogon all throughout this past February! 24 eager young campers, ranging from 15 to 21 years old, attended. The HAPI-Bicol Youth Camp is an e-learning and e-training program that focuses on critical thinking, humanism, volunteerism, secularism, human rights, and […]

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ULIKID: Ang Pag-amlig sa Tunga Sang Katalagman

By Shane / March 24, 2021 / 0 Comments

By Eldemar SabeteHAPI Bacolod HAPI Bacolod, along with the Youth Empowering Youth Initiative and San Agustin Red Cross successfully conducted Batch 4 of Project ULIKID: Ang Pag-Amlig sa Tunga sang Katalagman this past February. Teachers and staff from Julio Mapa Elementary School, Talisay City, Negros Occidental expressed gratitude as they received reams of bond papers, […]

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HAPI Holds “Duyan: Online Pajama Party” for Kids Living with HIV

By Shane / March 21, 2021 / 0 Comments

Yesterday, Humanist Alliance Philippines, International held its first online event, “Duyan: Online Pajama Party” to benefit Filipino Kids Living with HIV. The kids and the parents were welcomed by HAPI Zambales Lead Convenor Van Catayong with a very short but meaningful message. HAPI Jr. Ambassador Angelica Driskell followed afterward, entertaining the kids in a storytelling […]

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SAFETY FIRST: Fire Prevention Month

By Shane / March 21, 2021 / Comments Off on SAFETY FIRST: Fire Prevention Month

March is Fire Prevention Month! By virtue of Presidential Proclamation No. 115-A, the month of March was declared as Fire Prevention Month because of the alarming increase of fire incidents happening across the country during this particular period. HAPI Alabang Lead Convenor Jamie Del Rosario-Martinez, will invite personnel and fire volunteers to teach our kids […]

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Duyan: Online Pajama Party

By Shane / March 20, 2021 / Comments Off on Duyan: Online Pajama Party

“Know Better, Live Better” This coming March 20, HAPI will hold an event for the kids living with HIV of Duyan via Zoom. It will be our second event with them as we were not able to see them or plan anything during the 2020 pandemic and lockdown. We will have an online activity for […]

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The Church won’t bless same-sex union. So what? | OPINION

By Shane / March 17, 2021 / 0 Comments

On March 15, 2021, Pope Francis of the Catholic Church announced that the Church cannot and will not bless same-sex unions since they cannot “bless sin”. This statement of the “progressive” Pope made it to various leading news outlets garnering different reactions and responses. So what if the Church won’t bless gay unions? No big […]

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#PH500 – The National Quincentenary Commemoration

By Shane / March 17, 2021 / 0 Comments

Everyone knows the date. The legacy of Yoyoy Villame will forever outlive him as Filipinos all over the islands and all over the world sing March 16, 1521 with the one rhythm everyone seems to know. Yet, as widespread as that song is, it isn’t entirely correct. Of course, the jokes about Magellan crying for […]

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