[Blueboard] Will another EDSA do good?

Intersect intersec at admu.edu.ph
Wed Nov 15 16:34:40 PHT 2006


Will another EDSA do good?
 
EDSA has often been regarded as a symbol of unity because it was where 
Filipinos from all walks of life converged to fight for our democracy. In our 
continuous struggle to uphold democracy, one cannot disregard the importance 
of the role of the Church.

Monograph no. 20 from our Pulso monograph series titled, “Forgiving or 
Forgetting? Churches and the Transition to Democracy in the Philippines” 
tackles the role of the Church in the struggle to keep democracy. Written by 
Fr. John Carroll, S.J. the monograph discusses the various responses of the 
church to the Marcos dictatorship and to the struggles of the people. 
Furthermore, it also highlights the role of the church as an agent of change 
and transformation in an otherwise dehumanized society.

Will another EDSA do good? Have we forgotten and forgiven?

Pulso monograph no. 20 sells for P150 a copy. Add P40 and you get two more 
Pulso monographs on the 1986 Philippine Revolution and Socialism—all these for 
only P190! Offer good until supplies last!                       

Call us at 426-6001 local 4665 or e-mail us at intersec at admu.edu.ph for your 
orders or queries. You can also drop by our office at the 2/F ISO Building, 
Social Development Complex, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, 
Quezon City, and look for Chayie or Didith. #    



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