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About rosefsp

I am a religious sister (yes, a nun!) from the Daughters of St Paul whose mission is to share the Good News. I love to read, write and take photos.

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Hacksaw Ridge: A Love Story

This review was written for CBCP CINEMA. Check out full ratings here. “While everybody else is taking life, I’m going to be saving it. With a world so set on tearing itself apart, it doesn’t seem such a bad thing to want … Continue reading

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A Ride to Dreamland and the Sto. Niño

Her full, scarlet lips pouted as she checked a message on her android. Her perfectly arched eyebrows knit, and the hoops on her ears dangled as she shook her head, artfully crowned in a messy blond bun. A fuchsia shirt, … Continue reading

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Oro: Dugo ang kulay ng ginto – movie review

Here’s a review I wrote for CBCP CINEMA. Read full ratings and details here. Hindi lahat ng kumikinang ay ginto—sa Oro, ang obrang pambato ni Alvin Yapan sa MMFF 2016—”dugo ang kulay ng ginto”. Ang Oro ay isang malikhain at … Continue reading

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Working Beks movie review

Ang Working Beks ay pagsasalarawan ng buhay ng limang lalaki na iba-iba ang pagka-bakla. Kilalang aktor si Champ Reyno (Edgar Allan Guzman) na nasangkot sa iskandalo nang maging viral ang sex-video niya na kasama ang isang lalaki. Bigla siyang nawala … Continue reading

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Ang Milagro ng Grab-Car-Driver at ang Lambing ni Neneng

Nakakita ka na ba ng milagro? Yung tipong mamamangha ka at mapupuno ng kasiyahan ang puso mo pero mananatiling pipi ang iyong bibig? Tinagpo ako ng milagro hindi sa simbahan kundi sa daan. Limang minuto na akong naghihintay pero puro … Continue reading

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Life from Death: A Day with Pasay City’s “Hidden” Communities

​“Sister, matagal kayong hindi nadalaw!” An elderly woman welcomed us, with a tone of reproach, as we entered the gates of Pasay City cemetery. My sisters have been doing regular outreach programs with the families who are literally living among … Continue reading

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