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House Bill No.5043 . . .

Amidst the strong debate from the church and solons,a famed Manila tourist guide and reproductive health advocator,Mr. Carlos Celdran, stage a protest action last Thursday,September 30,2010,for disrupting a mass of the bishops at the historical and famous Manila cathedral.The reason why he staged the protest because those bishops and other mass listeners who attended,are oppossing to pass in the congress the reproductive health bill.He dressed as Jose Rizal-our national hero,and stood in front of the altar,holding a placard bearing the word/name "Damaso"-a reference to the villainous friar from the novel "Noli Me Tangere"(Touch me Not) which was written by Jose Rizal.As he screamed to the bishops,"Stop getting involved in politics" and he was taken away by the police.He was charge of guilty of "disrupting of worship-which is a sacred thing which should be given respect.

From one courageous man,I found him as our hero,who courageously stood for womens rights.

Kapita-pitagan ka,Carlos !

Mabuhay !

You will know about him more by opening his website.

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