Saturday, August 27th, 2016

Certified Rhoans

No Man Is An Island

From Brod Craig Rosales' desk: No man's gonna stand alone For they will find you a home Make you feel that you belong Letting ...

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Of Pioneers & Charters

Of Pioneers & Charters

On the first of August 2010, Brod Algerico Bolos conducted an Orientation Program for 15 prospective neophytes from the Ateneo ...

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Revisiting 1991-92

In June 1990, Sis Joy Cornelia (Moleta) left Silliman U to transfer to Southwestern U in Cebu, bent on pursuing ...

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Caraga Region Flood Victims

Can our Rhoan Brods and Sis extend help on these flood victims? For Comments and Suggestions, please login on our ...

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Revisiting: Project Habitat

In December of 2009, our Cabadbaran brothers and sisters visited several families in the hinterlands, to bring some Rhoan Christmas ...

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Of Pioneers & Charters

Of Pioneers & Charters

On the first of August 2010, Brod Algerico Bolos conducted an Orientation Program for 15 prospective neophytes from the Ateneo de Davao University. He personally taught and led these neophytes in the singing of the Rhoan Song and the recitation of the Rhoan Creed. He discussed the concepts of Brotherhood, Service and Scholarship; emphasizing that given the right choice for an organization to join,... [Read more]


Revisiting 1991-92

Revisiting 1991-92

In June 1990, Sis Joy Cornelia (Moleta) left Silliman U to transfer to Southwestern U in Cebu, bent on pursuing a degree on BS Pharmacy. In making the decision to leave, she knew she would be leaving her heart behind with the Rhoans. The next few years, every FD in August would find her by the Rhoan booth area; reminiscing about old times, making different memories again for the keeping, re-bonding... [Read more]


Caraga Region Flood Victims

Caraga Region Flood Victims

Can our Rhoan Brods and Sis extend help on these flood victims? For Comments and Suggestions, please login on our forums… For more info on the Caraga flood, please visit this Site.  Read More →


Revisiting: Project Habitat

Revisiting: Project Habitat

In December of 2009, our Cabadbaran brothers and sisters visited several families in the hinterlands, to bring some Rhoan Christmas cheer. What was distributed was mostly foodstuff, but our brods and sis went home with hopes of helping those families out in a more meaningful way. The following pictures are windows into what they beheld on their visit. Egos Family The Egos Residence The Lampano... [Read more]


Project Pasko in Pictures

Project Pasko in Pictures

Presenting to you “Project Pasko in Pictures”: Once again, inspite of obstacles and misgivings, we have proven that as “small’ as we are, we can do BIG when we exert ourselves the right way. Love through service is the essence of the Rhoan soul. By working hand in hand with Rhoans across the globe, we not only put into action our goals and objectives, bring ourselves into... [Read more]


Reflection on the Rhoan Creed

Reflection on the Rhoan Creed

I joined 1 the Alpha Rho Sigma Fraternity, first semester of SY 1987-1988 and became a Rhoan. I was so impressed with the Rhoan creed and recite it proudly from memory (it’s one of those things that are hard to forget). The part I like the most is the one that goes, “For only one life will soon be past, only what is done for God and mankind will last…,” which is what Jesus did mention as... [Read more]


One Name, One Beginning

One Name, One Beginning

The bottom line – the 2009 Rhoan General Assembly at Silliman University went well. Here’s an unofficial summation of the highlights: The Philippine RA 8049 “Anti-hazing Law” was adopted. All Rhoan chapters nationwide are to implement compliance to the law. All paddles have been relegated to ceremonial status. The new constitution is in force.1 It was also resolved that all... [Read more]


Choose to Help

Choose to Help

These days, even with the way the United States mortgage crisis initiated and dragged the rest of the world into recession, food is still to be had in most American tables.  We can still choose from a varied selection.  We can even not eat. My son has a word for food he does not like; in typical fashion, he would tell me, “Dad, this is really ‘chewy’,” and subsequently he would start pushing... [Read more]


Can Rhoans Simply Step Back?

Can Rhoans Simply Step Back?

God uses events to challenge us; to be catalysts for change, to go beyond personal concerns, to reach out even in the middle of our darkest nights, and find the light in lending out a hand to your neighbor...Have you taken a look at the news on the homefront lately? As a Filipino, can you sit back and merely articulate “Oh, no’s!”? As a Rhoan, can you dare recite the rhoan creed... [Read more]


Certified Rhoans

Certified Rhoans

Whether you are in the United States sweating to pay your bills under the shadow of the global recession, or in the colleges in Mindanao bent on finding a meaning to lives already defined by struggle, there is a reason to pause once more if you are also a Rhoan. For the expatriate dwelling with nostalgia, for the just-survived neophyte rapt in your plans for the future, the time spent in reconsidering... [Read more]