Michael collapsed this morning at the gym and was not able to be revived despite the efforts of EMTs and hospital personnel.

Many thanks for all of the prayers and notes. It is overwhelming. Many have asked what they can do of a material or concrete nature. All I can say is to simply buy his books. Not from me, because I am in no position to fill orders, but from anywhere else.  He long ago promised God that he would give all the royalties of The How To Book of the Mass to the children’s college funds, which he did faithfully.  It is in good shape because of that. Buy them, read them, and give them away to others. Spread the Word. That is what he was all about.

Q & A on the "Catholic Match" website

Twitterview with Sarah Reinhard

Interview at Dappled Things

Michael collapsed this morning at the gym and was not able to be revived despite the efforts of EMTs and hospital personnel.

Many thanks for all of the prayers and notes. It is overwhelming. Many have asked what they can do of a material or concrete nature. All I can say is to simply buy his books. Not from me, because I am in no position to fill orders, but from anywhere else.  He long ago promised God that he would give all the royalties of The How To Book of the Mass to the children’s college funds, which he did faithfully.  It is in good shape because of that. Buy them, read them, and give them away to others. Spread the Word. That is what he was all about.

Q & A on the "Catholic Match" website

Twitterview with Sarah Reinhard

Interview at Dappled Things

Rosángela Balbó (April 16, 1941 – November 3, 2011, born Rosa Angela Giovanna Balbó Rosso ) was an Italian born- Mexican actress . [1] She known better for the Argentine films Amorina , Buscando a Mónica , Los que verán a Dios and Los hipócritas .

She had many interests in telenovelas Pobre Clara , Juegos del destino , Alcanzar una estrella II , Acapulco, cuerpo y alma , Ángela , Tres mujeres , Siempre te amaré , Heridas de amor , and Las tontas no van al cielo . The last telenovelas in which he participated were Rafaela and La fuerza del destino .

In 2010 Balbó was diagnosed with lung cancer , because of this he left his smoking habit which consisted of two daily packs of cigarettes. Balbó recovered and continued working, although in 2011 the damn cancer resurfaced aggressively and lodged in her left lung. Although the Balbó fought against her illness, she finally lost the battle, on November 3, 2011. [2] [3]

The development of this website was prompted by several events, the latest of which are the kidnapping of Marie Jean Lacaba of the International Committee of the Red Cross and her companions by the Abu Sayyaf, and the discovery of the photograph above from the home of our relatives in Negros Occidental.

Mary Jean Lacaba is a descendant of Capitan Tinong Javellana of Jaro, Iloilo. I, too, am his descendant. Lacaba is a third generation Javellana who belongs to the Melquiades Javellana branch. Lacaba’s parents moved to Mindanao from Guimaras during the 1950s.

Meanwhile, the photograph on top — taken during the interment of Perpetua Javellana Alfaraz in June 1955 — returned to our home in Cabatuan, Iloilo on 25 February 2009, nearly 54 years after it was mailed out. Written at the back of this photograph, in my grandmother’s penmanship, were the following:

Michael collapsed this morning at the gym and was not able to be revived despite the efforts of EMTs and hospital personnel.

Many thanks for all of the prayers and notes. It is overwhelming. Many have asked what they can do of a material or concrete nature. All I can say is to simply buy his books. Not from me, because I am in no position to fill orders, but from anywhere else.  He long ago promised God that he would give all the royalties of The How To Book of the Mass to the children’s college funds, which he did faithfully.  It is in good shape because of that. Buy them, read them, and give them away to others. Spread the Word. That is what he was all about.

Q & A on the "Catholic Match" website

Twitterview with Sarah Reinhard

Interview at Dappled Things

Rosángela Balbó (April 16, 1941 – November 3, 2011, born Rosa Angela Giovanna Balbó Rosso ) was an Italian born- Mexican actress . [1] She known better for the Argentine films Amorina , Buscando a Mónica , Los que verán a Dios and Los hipócritas .

She had many interests in telenovelas Pobre Clara , Juegos del destino , Alcanzar una estrella II , Acapulco, cuerpo y alma , Ángela , Tres mujeres , Siempre te amaré , Heridas de amor , and Las tontas no van al cielo . The last telenovelas in which he participated were Rafaela and La fuerza del destino .

In 2010 Balbó was diagnosed with lung cancer , because of this he left his smoking habit which consisted of two daily packs of cigarettes. Balbó recovered and continued working, although in 2011 the damn cancer resurfaced aggressively and lodged in her left lung. Although the Balbó fought against her illness, she finally lost the battle, on November 3, 2011. [2] [3]


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