Pakikipagkapwa: a resilient Filipino value> Intersect special issue on culture now out!

Pakikipagkapwa: a resilient Filipino value

Helping one another is a trait Filipinos are very well known for. The culture of giving and reaching out to our countrymen whether abroad or locally is a practice Filipinos have engaged in for the longest time.

Intersect, the quarterly magazine of the John J. Carroll Institute on Church and Social Issues (JJCICSI) in its latest issue titled, “Regenerating Culture,” features pakikipagkapwa as practiced by our overseas Filipino workers (OFWs). The article titled “A Culture of Giving,” imparts how OFWs in various parts of the world help their kababayan back home by supporting various initiatives that help less fortunate Filipinos. Also featured in the issue are articles on the regeneration of Filipino culture, human rights, Philippine environment, Filipino youth heroism, responsible parenthood and microfinance.

Is the culture of giving still alive in us Filipinos nowadays? Read the Intersect now and find out. Copies are sold at P80 each and subscriptions are P300 a year. Call us at 426-6001 to 30 local 4665 or e-mail us at intersec@admu.edu.ph or intersect_icsi@yahoo.com. You can also drop by our office at the 2/F Mayo Hall, Social Development Complex, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City. Look for Chayie or Didith. Magazines are also sold in Tanging Yaman stores at Sonolux Building and Loyola House of Studies and at selected National Bookstore outlets in Metro Manila.