MARIA LYDIA “LIA” LEDONIO-ENRIQUEZ
Lia held the position of Treasurer of the board for several years, a role where her organizational skills, attention to detail…
REGINA “GINA” BONCAN-FRANCISCO
HS 1970 COLLEGE 1974
Gina is the Class Rep of the truly close-knit and solid HS 1970. Consistently…
CHERYL GRETCHEN “CHIN” BAUTISTA-JOSON
She was our youngest and tallest ever Trustee. Her entry into the AAA is a funny story….
MA. RITA (TINA) CASAS-NAKPIL
HS 1979 COLLEGE 1983
A woman of strong and indubitable faith, Tina brought prayer front and center in AAA’s agenda…
RAMONA “MONETTE” QUIOGUE
She was someone we could always count on to help at any event, may it be for concept, insights…
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By Ana de Villa Singson
Rosanna burst into the Philippine fashion scene in her mid-20’s…and took it by storm. Eschewing anything basic, her lines are bold, vibrant, vivacious, much like Rosanna herself. Arriving back in Manila after 5 years of fashion design education in Milan’s Instituto Marangoni (it was supposed to be a year and a half…but she fell in love with Milan and stayed that much longer!), she was not just a habitue of the social scene, she dressed many of its most recognizable faces! Now a 15 years fashion veteran, she has launched many raved about collections and collaborations. She has been feted as one of the metro’s most stylish women and featured as a fashion icon in countless magazines and TV networks. Her eponymously named brand has an atelier near her home and a boutique in Rockwell.
by Marie Young
Project Pearls adopted ‘Helping Land’ a temporary Housing in one of the poorest communities in Tondo. The main source of livelihood of the families is scavenging from garbage and selling recyclable materials. Due to extreme poverty, many families are left with no choice but to eat “pagpag”, which is leftover food from restaurants.
By Dr. Ola Regala
Preface by Ana de Villa Singson
“Young people are the roots from which will spring Christian families, and from these families will come others. And, if a new generation comes forth from our teaching, we shall have truly worked for the coming of the reign of Jesus in society.”
by Ana de Villa – Singson
Who doesn’t love a macaron?… those meringue confections cradling infinite selections of fillings: caramel, salted caramel, chocolate, berries, gianduja, buttercream, raspberry, espresso, even savory ones with black and white truffles…their colors are as pretty and as expressive as only small bites of heaven can be!
By: Mariana Lopa
Lanelle spent her school-age years traveling around the world together with her family; she lived and studied in the U.S.A, Kathmandu, and the Philippines where she attended Grades 1 to 4, Grade 7, and 2nd year High School in Assumption, then located in Herran, Manila. She eventually enrolled and obtained her degree in Fine Arts from the University of the Philippines.
A Tribute of love from Fr. Favie V. Faldas SDB
HOMILY for the FUNERAL MASS of Sr. Remedios Carmen Valencia Locsin R.A.
Assumption – Makati, January 25, 2023
From Sr. Estela Marie Roceles, R.A. for the Funeral Mass of Sr. Remedios Carmen, R.A., January 25, 2023.
For the last 45 years, Japan was HOME to Sr Remedios. I think many of you would agreeo….
by Marlu Villanueva Balmaceda
Sr. Remedios Carmen Locsin of the Hidden Life Religious of the Assumption 1940-2023
The following is the eulogy I was requested to share on the fourth night of the novena masses for Sr. Remedios.
By Nina Huab Cruz
Sr. Remedios was my guardian angel as I was going to attend a FALIA seminar in Tokyo then.
My first solo international trip so I had some worries with the Japayukis & Yakuza trend at that time.