Message of Dr. Lester Edwin J. Ruiz at the Christmas Alumni/ae gathering hosted by CPUAA of the Northeast, Calvary Baptist Church, Clifton, New Jersey, December 6, 2014 Banquets are critical part of culture and the building of community For many, if not most, of the cultures and peoples of the world, eating together—sharing meals—having banquets,… Continue reading Who Would You Invite to Your Banquet?
This is the continuation of Dr. Lester Edwin J. Ruiz’s message at the Christmas Alumni/ae gathering hosted by CPUAA of the Northeast, Calvary Baptist Church, Clifton, New Jersey, December 6, 2014 What kind of banquet will you have? Who will you invite? These four images tell us something about life and about ourselves. Indeed, these… Continue reading What Kind of Banquet Will You Have? Who Will You Invite?
Centralians, here’s the reply of President Robles to the Open Letter to CPU President Robles from Concerned Alumnus. June 10, 2014 Dear Dr. Ruiz, Thank you for your email. I have not received any email from you for the last 12 months at least. It is your right to release your email with or without… Continue reading President Robles Answers Open Letter from Concerned Alumnus
We picked up from The Good Old Days at CPU Facebook Page the letter that Dr. Lester Edwin J. Ruiz wrote to CPU President Teodoro Robles. Please read the full text of the letter below: June 9, 2014 Dear President Robles, I trust this email to you, only my third in the past five or… Continue reading Open Letter to CPU President Robles from Concerned Alumnus
Some call it ‘pocket reunions’ or you may call it a visit. Whatever, the fact is Centralians are meeting and gathering in New Zealand. We know there are Centralians in Wellington, Oamaru, Dunedin, Christchurch and other places of New Zealand. We could assume they also find time to meet and fellowship and recall their lives… Continue reading Centralian Encounters in New Zealand