Go Out to the Whole World

Gospel (Mt 28:16-20) Now the eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain to which Jesus had directed them. And when they saw him they worshiped him; but some doubted. And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of […]

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Stepping Up the Efforts to Combat COVID-19

In the backdrop of COVID-19 crisis, some of our local government unit officials have remained steadfast in ensuring an uninterrupted roll-out of basic services in their barangays. Though it looks like all in a day’s work for them, our local officials have also put their lives at stake just to reach out to constituents who […]

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Feeding Efforts To Help Affected Families

As COVID takes a toll in Cebu City, local government units are constantly tipping the balance between preventing the contagion of the disease and ensuring access to food for children and affected families. CITE responds to the challenge by funneling cash and in-kind donations from friends to daily feeding programs called Project Soup Kitchen to […]

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Finding Solace in Urban Farming

In an article written by Calixto Chikiamco in BusinessWorld, he cited agriculture as foundation of development. Indeed, more than ever, as COVID crisis continues to grip our country, learning how to grow your own food is a skill that everyone must have. This is part of the advocacy of King Philip Caballes upon realizing how […]

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Novena for Serenity to Blessed Alvaro

PEACE OF HEART Blessed Alvaro del Portillo was born in Madrid on 11 March 1914. He studied engineering and began working professionally in that field. To his doctorate in engineering, he later added doctorates in history and canon law. In 1935 Alvaro joined Opus Dei, which had been founded by St Josemaría Escrivá in 1928. […]

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CITE Advisory (May 1, 2020)

To: All Staff and Students From: Academic Council Re: ACADEMIC CONTINUITY PLAN 2020-1 Date: 23 April 2020 Dear All: In light of the extension of enhanced community quarantine until May 15, 2020 as proclaimed by Cebu City Mayor Edgardo Labella, the Academic Council upon MS approval would like to inform everyone of the following adjustments. […]

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Student Leader Rises Amid Crisis

Government officials in both national and local levels are doing serious juggling right now, trying to solve the COVID-19 crisis and address the immediate needs of the people, all while trying to keep everyone well. In communities where resources are scarce, this can be difficult at best. But nothing beats a collaborative efforts among barangay […]

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Running a Tight Ship

Closures of ports and stricter border controls have put Filipino seafarers on a limbo. Since the enhanced community quarantine began, overseas deployment was already put on hold as part of preventive measures that led about 3800 stranded seafarers to be billeted to boarding houses and accommodation facilities in Metro Manila. As they wait for government’s […]

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Student Leader Steps Up in Times of Crisis

As COVID-19 pandemic hits hard the poorest of the poor, the gaping inequities in access to food and health care continues to widen. Though the province-wide enforcing of community quarantine has kept the people off the streets, it has also challenged hardworking local government officials to step up their efforts in reaching out to their […]

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Audio Meditation of the Prelate: Easter Sunday

Lumen Christi! The light of Christ! These are the words that the Church makes resound in our ears at the start of the Easter Vigil, which begins in the darkness of the night. Lumen Christi! This is repeated three times, while the candles of those participating in the liturgical celebration are being lit. The light […]

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Announcement

Further to the issued CITE memo dated March 19, please be clarified that the duration of the suspension of ALL classes, summer training orientations for incoming students, and work will be until APRIL 28, 2020, subject to extension or revocation if warranted by proclamations from the offices of Cebu Provincial Government and Cebu City Government. […]

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Responding to the Needs of Frontliners

Many have been gravely worried about the crisis brought about by COVID-19, let alone its long-term consequences. But the outpouring of responses from private individuals and civic and faith-based groups have offered grounds to hope that there is there is no shortage of kindness and goodwill. As public support for frontliners continuously pours out, we […]

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