Sept 03, 2005 Erap, Sin reconciled before death of cardinal
Detained President Joseph Estrada and his erstwhile nemesis the late Manila Archbishop Jaime Cardinal Sin had reconciled with each other two weeks before the cardinal's death in June 2005.
Jul 04, 2005 Thousands bid farewell to Cardinal Sin
Thousands of Filipinos gathered at Manila Cathedral in Intramuros yesterday to bid farewell to the late Manila Archbishop Jaime Cardinal Sin, the Roman Catholic leader who rallied the nation twice in the last two decades for mass pro-democracy protests that ousted two presidents.
Jun 30, 2005 Teacher of service and of love
Thousands of people joined the funeral rites for Archbishop Emeritus of Manila Jaime Cardinal Sin who was finally laid to rest yesterday at a crypt below the Manila Cathedral in Intramuros.
Jun 30, 2005 Manila prepares for largest burial
As thousands of mourners are expected to troop to the Manila Cathedral tomorrow to bid farewell to the late Manila Archbishop Jaime Cardinal Sin, Church officials said they are preparing for what they described as the grandest funeral in the history of the archdiocese.
Jun 25, 2005 Cardinal Jaime Sin
Cardinal Jaime Lachica Sin, “divine commander-in-chief” of the Philippines is dead. The highly respected cardinal died early this morning (Filipino time) in Manila’s Cardinal Santos Medical Centre of renal failure, aged 76, after two days in intensive care.
Jun 25, 2005 The life and times of Jaime Cardinal Sin
The times were dynamic and from accounts, the life of the late Jaime Cardinal Sin was no less so. His birth and that of his living siblings preceded by parental grief, and growing to adulthood and the priestly life during World War II, he was tested by fire and emerged sharp, stern and outspoken, but also full of humor -- and grace.
Jun 25, 2005 Key facts about Jaime Cardinal Sin
Following are some key facts about Jaime Cardinal Sin, the driving force behind two Philippine "people power" revolts who died yesterday morning.
Jun 25, 2005 Semana de luto en Filipinas por fallecimiento de Cardenal Sin
La Presidenta de Filipinas, Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, declaró una semana de luto nacional por el fallecimiento del Arzobispo Emérito de Manila, Cardenal Jaime Sin, a quien definió en la víspera como “gran libertador del pueblo filipino y campeón de Dios”.
Jun 21, 2005 In near death, Sin still wanted to serve flock
While in the throes of certain death, former Manila Archbishop Jaime Cardinal Sin still wanted to serve his flock by insisting on getting out of his sickbed to report to his office.
Jun 20, 2005 Jaime Cardinal Sin dies at 76
Former Manila Archbishop Jaime Cardinal Sin, the Philippines' moral compass and a key figure in the "people power" revolts that ousted two presidents, died Tuesday. He was 76.
Jun 20, 2005 Arroyo: Sin never fails to unite Filpinos
"History will mark this day with sadness when a great liberator of the Filipino people and a champion of God passed away," President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo said in a statement on the death of Jaime Cardinal Sin as read by Press Secretary Ignacio Bunye over a radio interview.
May 02, 2005 Cardinal Sin gets Golden Palm award
Retired Manila Archbishop Jaime Cardinal Sin, 76, received the prestigious Golden Palm of Jerusalem, the highest service award given by the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem.
Apr 16, 2005 Twilight of the Hierarch
On August 31 this year, another chapter in the history of the local Catholic Church will close, when Manila Archbishop Jaime Cardinal Sin gives up the red hat that has been the symbol of his 29-year reign in the Archdiocese of Manila. On that day, he turns 75, the retirement age under Church rules.
Sept 16, 2004 Cardinal Jaime Sin Retires
Cardinal Jaime Sin, the controversial Philippine Catholic leader credited with leading popular revolts that ousted two presidents, is retiring after turning 75 last month, the Vatican's representative office in Manila announced on Monday.