Fr. Robert J. Suchan, S.J.
17 March 1926 – 22 August 2015
Director of Libraries, Ateneo de Manila University, 1959-1981
For more than 20 years, Fr. Bob was Director of all the Ateneo de Manila libraries, including the University Archives. He was responsible for the construction of the original Rizal Library building, among other innovations during his tenure. Without him, the Rizal Library would not be what it is today. Please pray for the repose of his soul.
“In Him Alone”
Music and lyrics by Fr. Manoling Francisco, S.J.
As sung by Cholo Mallillin and Bukas Palad
Thank you to Henry Quidic, Flor Domingo, Ed Corpuz, Gerry Arcanghel, and Flor Palanca for helping put together this video.
123rd PHILIPPINE ARMY DAY(4/2/2020)-The Philippine Army (PA) celebrates its 123rd Founding Anniversary with the theme "123 years of gallantry and dedication in serving the people and securing the land"
advertising Marist 1982(8/7/2014)-Special thanks to Arch. Arch. Nuj Ar, University of Santo Tomas, College of Architecture Alumni, who generously shared significant feedback so that this video will improve.
Affectionately, Uncle Mon(6/29/2016)-Dear Rom, Congratulations! I am so proud of you and your Papa would have been more. Affectionately,
AU BPO EXPANDS TO NON-VOICE OPERATIONS IN RP(8/20/2015)-Australian BPO company Remote Staff Philippines hires up to 50 Filipino home-based professionals monthly. The company has expanded to contracting a variety of professionals such as web developers, web and graphic designers, virtual assistants, and other computer/phone-based job roles. Remote Staff connects them with international clients based in Australia, the UK and the US.
blueridge divas goes paragliding(8/16/2016)-As a photo-video documentarist, I aim to photograph what is present and not manipulate anything to enhance beauty; the photos are beautiful because the subjects are.
change of venue: run for dodjie(7/22/2016)-Takbo para kay Dodjie (Run for Dodjie's Cause) is now going to be held at Riverbanks, Marikina City 6:30 am instead of the original plan (Marikina Sports Center).