WHILE I CONSIDER myself tech savvy, there are still times when my jaws drop marveling at how technology spreads information like wildfire. This, dear folks, is one of those times.
Last week in my newspaper column, I wrote about Jesus “Lakay Susing” Rafales, a fellow Ilocano who blew his whistle and led a classy walkout at the St. William’s Cathedral in Laoag after a priest read a politically charged pastoral letter during the mass. This happened almost two and a half decades before Carlos Celdran, a famous tour guide, did a theatrical protest at the Manila Cathedral over the issue of reproductive health.
At a rapid pace, the article, which I also posted in this blog, made the rounds in social networking sites Facebook and twitter. Shortly after, Celdran himself read the story, and shared it as well to his tens of thousands of followers in cyberspace.
“I’m reading about a man who came before me named Rafales. Read about him. Cool cat,” Celdran twitted. Then after, he left the following comment: Continue reading ““Damaso” guy hails Laoag’s Rafales”