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Nicomaine Dei Capili Mendoza
March 3, 1995 in Sta. Maria, Bulacan
NickName: Mae, Divina Ursula and Bukbukova.
Have five siblings
Have Living Supporting Parents
Graduate: Culinary Arts Graduate from La Salle St. Benilde,
OJT (On the Job Training) at a resort in Upstate New York. Stayed in New York for six months.  

Sino nga ba si Jiro Manio?

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Sino nga ba si Jiro Manio?  Who is Jiro Manio

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jiro Manio (born Jirō Katakura (片倉次郎 Katakura Jirō?, 9 May 1992), is a former Filipino actor. He started acting at a very young age and became the youngest multi-awarded actor of his generation.

Manio was born to Japanese father Yusuke Katakura (片倉 裕介?) and Filipina mother Joylene Santos (died August 2007). He was raised by his grandfather and had a younger brother named Anjo Santos.

Manio attended grade school at Holy Child Parochial School in San Juan (now Saint John the Baptist Catholic School) and graduated from high school through the DepEd’s home study program at RESPCI (Rizal Experimental Station and Pilot School of Cottage Industries) in Pasig.[2] He planned to study HRM in culinary studies at the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde.

He starred in the digital film Tambolista (Drumbeat) under Cinema One, and in Ang Tanging Ina Niyong Lahat with Ai-Ai de las Alas. In 2004, he won the Best Actor and Gaward Urian plus Best Child Actor at FAMAS for the movie Magnifico.[3]

He was a member of ABS-CBN's elite circle of homegrown talents named Star Magic from 1999 until June 2009, when the network terminated him for unprofessional behavior.[4]

In 2010, he transferred to GMA 7 and appeared on that network's show Pilyang Kerubin, top billed by Angelika dela Cruz.

Manio later became a drug addict and fathered two daughters out of wedlock with his longtime partner.

On May 18, 2011, the weekday nightly news programme TV Patrol confirmed that Manio underwent a rehab for drug addiction. He then entered a drug rehabilitation facility after realizing that he was throwing his life away.[5] With the encouragement of his father, Andrew, and his manager, Magnifico director Maryo J. delos Reyes, he committed himself to the Home Care rehabilitation center, where he underwent therapy for almost a year. After the initial phase of his rehabilitation, Home Care allowed him to finish his senior year of high school.[6]

On June 30, 2015, Manio was spotted wandering around NAIA Terminal 3. Manio, who was scavenging for food and living off the kindness of airport staff, had apparently run away and gone missing from his Cainta home four days before, following a supposed altercation with relatives.

Kumpil Catholic CHurch Confirmation Requirement for Wedding - RUSH

This is the only church in the Philippines that holds the sacrament of confirmation twice a week.

The National Shrine of Saint Michael and the Archangels, also known as San Miguel Church, is the only church in the world dedicated to the seven archangels, namely, Saint Michael, Saint Gabriel, Saint Raphael, Saint Uriel, Saint Selatiel, Saint Jhudiel, and Saint Barachiel.  It is also known as Malacañang Church, because of its proximity to the Malacañang Palace, the official residence of the President of the Republic of the Philippines. Its present location is on the corner of Jose Laurel Street and General Solano Street, in San Miguel, Manila, the former original site of La Fábrica de Cerveza de San Miguel (now San Miguel Brewery).

The tranquil ambiance of the shrine is due to the tight security provided within the Malacañang Complex. Of all Philippine presidents, only two had heard the mass at the shrine – Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and Fidel V. Ramos, a Protestant.The parish has only about 1,500 parishioners, some of whom came from wealthy old families in the district of San Miguel, Manila.

Adult People Listening to Seminar before the confirmation

Adult People Listening to Seminar before the confirmation
Enter the malacanang complex in Manila.
Landmark: Just 2 minutes away from Malacanang and St Jhude Parish.
Exact Address: 1000 J.P. Laurel St. cor. Gen Solano St .
San Miguel, Manila
The Confirmation schedule:
Thursdays 2:30 PM Only
Sundays 10 AM Only
Arrive an hour in advanced for the Seminar and Orientation
You can bring a pair of ninong and ninang or just 1 ninong/ninang
Bring the original copy and photocopy of your Baptismal Certificate
* Confirmation Fee 600
1) Ask for a form from the guard/assistantg in duty
2) Fill up the form and proceed to their information/clerk’s office
3)Pay P600 and pass the Xerox copy of the baptismal certificate
4)Wait for the Priest for the orientation and seminar inside the church (For Sunday)

LTO Pasig SM Supermarket

For License Renewal Only
LTO Pasig SM Supermarket
SM Supercenter Pasig, Frontera Verde, C5, Brgy. Ugong, Pasig City   PHilippines
Telephone Number
(63) (2) 6317513
(63) (2) 6387359
(63) (2) 6388521

Office Hours:  9:00 AM to 5:30 PM

List of Affected Flights Cathay Pacific for PAPAL VISIT January 2015

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines CAAP will have limited operations at NAIA on  the visit of Pope Francis on:
January 15 (2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.), 
Jan. 17 (7:45 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.), 
and when the Holy Father departs on Jan. 19 (6:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.).
With these announcement from CAAP, there will be affected Flights.  Here is the list from:
Cathay Pacific
Jan. 18
  CX913: Hongkong-Manila (Canceled)
Jan. 19
  CX912: Manila-HongKong (Canceled)
Cathay Pacific new flight schedules:
Jan. 15:
  • CX918: Manila - HongKong 1500-1715 (original schedule: 1755-2010)
  • CX902: Manila - HongKong 1510-1720 (original schedule: 1955-2205)
  • CX919: HongKong - Manila 1055-1300 (original schedule: 1440-1645)
  • CX903: HongKong - Manila 1135-1345 (original schedule: 1635-1845)
Jan. 17:
  • CX2912 (new flight number): Manila - HongKong 0630-0840 (original schedule: CX912, 0845-1055)
  • CX918: Manila - HongKong 1900-2115 (original schedule: 1755-2010)
  • CX902: Manila - HongKong 2110-2320 (original schedule: 1955-2205)
  • CX903: HongKong - Manila 1750-2000 (original schedule: 1635-1845)
Jan. 19:
  • CX906: Manila - HongKong 1155-1415 (original schedule: 1100-1320)
  • CX2907 (new flight number): Hongkong - Manila 0300-0500 (original schedule: CX 907, 0750-0950)


Address 22nd Floor LKG Tower, 6801 Ayala Avenue, Makati City 1226
Reservations Cathay Pacific:
Makati Office:
+63 (2) 757-0888
+63 (2) 757-0111
Fax Ticket Office: +63 (2) 753-3960
Reservations Office: +63 (2) 753-3959
Airport Name Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Airport Phone +63 (2) 832-2979
Baggage Services +63 (2) 831-7775
Fax: +63 (2) 832-1412

or Visit other Offices:

List of Tiger Air Philippines Cancelled Flights for Papal Visit January 2015

List of Tiger Air Philippines Cancelled Flights for Papal Visit January 2015 

Tiger Air Philippines

January 15
DG7084/7085 Manila – Bacolod – Manila
DG7829/7830 Manila – Butuan – Manila
DG7804/7805 Manila – Cebu - Manila
DG7028/7029 Manila – Davao - Manila
DG7406/7407 Manila – General Santos – Manila
DG7058/7059 Manila – Kalibo – Manila
DG7062/7063 Manila – Puerto Princesa – Manila
DG7602/7603 Manila – Roxas - Manila
January 19
DG7082/7083 Manila – Bacolod – Manila
DG7002/7003 Manila – Cebu - Manila
DG7072/7073 Manila – Iloilo – Manila
DG7074/7075 Manila – Iloilo – Manila
DG7054/7055 Manila – Kalibo – Manila
DG7042/7043 Manila – Tacloban – Manila
DG7044/7045 Manila – Tacloban – Manila
DG7902/7903 Manila – Tagbilaran – Manila

For Rebooking and refund:
  • Cebu Pacific and Tiger Air - (632) 702-0888 or (632) 230-8888

List of Air Asia Cancelled Flights for Papal Visit January 2015

Here is the List of Air Asia Cancelled Flights for Papal Visit January 2015.

For Rebooking and Refund:

Air Asia Philippines - (632) 742-2742

Air Asia Philippines
Jan. 15
  • Z2-949: Kuala Lumpur to Manila
  • Z2-940: Manila to Kuala Lumpur
  • Z2-084: Manila to Seoul
  • Z2-085: Seoul to Manila
  • Z2-782: Cebu to Manila
  • Z2-768: Cebu to Manila
  • Z2-324: Manila to Tacloban
  • Z2-325: Tacloban to Manila
  • Z2-272: Manila to Kalibo
  • Z2-273: Kalibo to Manila
  • Z2-352: Manila to Tagbilaran
  • Z2-353: Tagbilaran to Manila
  • Z2-715: Manila to Kalibo
  • Z2-716: Kalibo to Manila
Jan. 17
  • Z2-324: Manila to Tacloban
  • Z2-325: Tacloban to Manila
  • PQ-7461: Manila to Tacloban
  • PQ-7462: Tacloban to Manila
  • PQ-7463: Manila to Tacloban
  • PQ-7464: Tacloban to Manila
Jan. 19
  • Z2-350: Manila to Tagbilaran
  • Z2-351: Tagbilaran to Manila
  • Z2-763: Manila to Cebu
  • Z2-707: Manila to Kalibo

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