Cozy Nook; a Movie to Boot!

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BY: Pilar Mateo

SOMEWHERE in the heart of Quezon City lies a cozy nook for the whole family and just everyone who is looking for a comfort zone around.

This is the budget friendly restobar along congressional ave., Tandang Sora in Quezon City.

The newly opened Rbiel’s Bistro at 18B Congressional Ave., Tandang Sora Quezon City is giving a big discount for food lovers this month.

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For limited time, you can avail 20% discount on food and 10% on beverages.

Come March 11 and 12, they will offer unli-wings, pasta and drinks for Php 299 only.

With a variety of Cuisines to choose from: Pizza, Sandwiches, Hamburger, Pasta, Anti Gravity Noodles, Steak, Gourmet Laing, Sizzling Salpicao, Milk Teas and Shakes you’re up for a real deal dining experience.

So hurry, taste the yummy food and feel the cozy ambiance at Rbiel’s Bistro.

Summer is just around the corner. School break is coming very soon.

There is nightlt entertainment on weekends.

We have tasted the food and experienced the coziness of the place. All one needs to do is show up!

See you there!

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SPEAKING of summer, another film festival will happen showing 8 different kind of stories to boot.

One that everyone is excited to see is about the life and times of the Healing Priest, Fernando Suarez, who unfortunately passed on.

Saranggola Media Productions wrapped up Joven Tan’s project dubbed as “SUAREZ: THE HEALING PRIEST”.

John Arcilla portrays Father Suarez , with Dante Rivero, Jin Macapagal, Marlo Mortel, Rita Avila, Troy Montero, Alan Paule, Richard Quan, and Rosanna Roces.

His story.

When Fernando was given the gift of healing at 16, he hid it for many years until he became a priest only to find himself in scandals and squabbles with the Catholic Church.

Unfazed, he challenged head on but pauses when faced with the question – what if the gift is taken away from him?

Who is he?

Father Fernando Suarez, C.C. (February 7, 1967 – February 4, 2020) was a Filipino Catholic priest who performed faith healing in the Philippines and abroad. He grew up in the Philippines and spent much of his life working in the Philippines.

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He was born in Barrio Butong in Taal, Batangas, Philippines on February 7, 1967. His father, Cervando, was a tricycle driver and his mother, Azucena, was a seamstress. He was the oldest of four siblings and attended public school.

At the age of 12, he worked by renting inflatables at Butong Beach.

He attended Adamson University and earned a Chemical Engineering degree.

After college, he briefly entered Christ the King Seminary, leaving after six months after being absent without leave.

In 1986, at the age of 18, he became aware of his healing gift. He prayed over a paralyzed 60-year-old beggar woman who he found outside Quiapo Church. According to Suarez, the woman was able to walk again after his prayers.

In 1995, he met French-Canadian student Mark Morin, who invited him to Canada and paid for his fare. They intended to enter into a business partnership but Suarez later decided to enter the priesthood. In 1997 he joined the Companions of the Cross, a newly established community of priests and seminarians in Ottawa.

He was ordained in 2002 at age 35.

In Canada, when Suarez was still a seminarian, a Canadian woman declared dead eight hours earlier also opened her eyes after he prayed

The film was submitted in consideration for the #SummerMMFF2020.

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I am just one of the millions of people Father Suarez touched with his Godly healing powers.

Another challenging material for onenof my BEST actors-John Arcilla!

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