For our Christmas episode, we revisit the church songs familiar to many Catholic Filipinos such as “Hindi Kita Malilimutan” and “Humayo’t Ihayag.” Jesuit priest and composer, Manoling Francisco, reflects on music as a form of praise to God. We also highlight “Tanging Yaman” and discover how songs can be gifts that unite and heal people. Parts of this episode may be in Filipino. All content produced in the podcast is solely for educational purposes. No copyright infringement intended.
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