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Let Him Not Have Died in Vain

[The statement of the CEAP on the Death of Fr. Fausto Tentorio, PIME.] The Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP), consisting of 1,345 member-schools nationwide, expresses its profound condolences to the PIME Congregation and to Bishop Romulo de la … Continue reading

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Gerry Ortega, RIP: His Greatest Pain was Mining

Last Monday, my assistant, Vinci Bueza, was in Manila to interview Ms. Gina Lopez, in connection with her having been unanimously chosen by our Board of Trustees as this year’s graduation speaker and recipient of our Honorary Doctorate for her … Continue reading

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An Urgent Imperative of Education Toward Environmental Responsibility

In the December 15 meeting of the Board of the Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP), there was a reiteration of the CEAP stance against the ongoing degradation of our environment in the interest mainly of foreign investors; disastrously, … Continue reading

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Of Networked Universities Supporting Structural Reform in Local and Global Society

Many of the ideas that were expressed by Fr. Adolfo Nicolas, S.J., Superior General of the Society of Jesus, in his address to Jesuit Universities and Colleges worldwide, “Depth, Universality and Learned Ministry: Challenges to Jesuit Education Today,” are of … Continue reading

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