Landscaper gets messages from Blessed Mother

VISIONARY. Ruel Atuel, 29, shares the messages he has been receiving from the Blessed Mother during a Holy Mass officiated on top of Batongay Hill in barangay Sto. Tomas, Trinidad town last May 10.

VISIONARY. Ruel Atuel, 29, shares the messages he has been receiving from the Blessed Mother during a Holy Mass officiated on top of Batongay Hill in barangay Sto. Tomas, Trinidad town last May 10.

A lowly resident of barangay Bay-ang, Ubay town who is now a landscaper in his own right,  broke  his silence regarding receiving messages from the Blessed Virgen Mary, since he was still 19 years old or some 10 years ago.

The 29-year old Ruel Atuel had five “personal encounters” with the Blessed Mother, usually at 3 o’clock dawn inside his room.  The most recent happened last January this year when he knelt to the ground and asked for an apology for not heeding to her request to bring people to Batongay Hill, in  secluded interior barangay of Sto. Tomas in Trinidad town.  Continue reading

Need for fast budget release

FREQUENT VISITS TO Bohol by Sec. Butch Abad of the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) has proven just how serious the Aquino Administration is on implementing bottom-up budgeting (BuB) in order to curb poverty.

As can be remembered from his October 5, 2014 visit, he told Bohol local chief executives (LCEs) that “BuB is governance which starts from the grass roots level going up and this gives you more than a glimpse of what is really happening in our communities and thus giving you the opportunity to address the issues from the ground.” Continue reading

SCHOOL DAYS SOON

brigada skewela

The massive cleaning of classrooms, particularly among public schools, is all indicative that summer is about to end and classes about to start under the “Brigada Eskwela” program of Department of Education where both teachers and parents of students join together in cleaning classrooms and school campuses in time for the school opening next month. This is the typical scene of how public schools are getting this well supported “clean up drive.” Foto: WELLIE MAESTRADO