People are lining the streets of Naga waving to the convoy and holding up makeshift signs saying "We love you Jesse" (via Ricky Carandang)
Plane carrying Robredo has landed here in Naga. Family at airport already to greet him. #salamatjesse (via Natashya Gutierrez)
"... Landed naga. Ma'am Lenie, kids here. Honors drumming slow cadence, trumpet wd mournful wail. So so tearfully sad. Ure home now Jesse." (via Mar Roxas)
There will be a 4 pm mass for the repose of the soul of our dear friend, Sec Jesse Robredo at La Salle Greenhills. Come and join us. (via Edwin Lacierda)
Update on the condition of the German diver via ABS-CBN's Jeff Canoy: "German diver now being brought back out to sea - heading to a ship where a decompression chamber is available"
Jesse Robredo's remains are at the Funeraria Imperial. Sometime tonight he will be transferred to the Archbishop's Palace here in Naga. (via Ricky Carandang)
"The Simbahang Lingkod Bayan, the Ateneo de Manila University, Ateneo School of Government and Kaya Natin Movement will be co-sponsoring a Mass for the repose of his soul at 8PM tonight at the Loyola House of Studies Chapel, Loyola Heights Campus. Fr. Ben Nebres SJ, will be presiding and Fr. Albert Alejo SJ, homilist. Everyone is invited to come." (from the Ateneo Office of University Development and Alumni Relations)
Updated Advisory: Jesse Robredo's remains to be moved to Archbishop's Palace around 11pm tonight. (via Ricky Carandang)
Robredo wake to be opened to the public beginning tomorrow morning, says Naga Vice Mayor Bordado. No exact time yet (info from ABS-CBN's Ryan Chua)
From Mar Roxas' Twitter account: "We've now returned a valiant knight from whence he came. He journeyed to do good, he fought and made peace. He knocked down walls and built bridges, he helped people. He touched and allowed people to come in to him. And now after his service he is returned to the bosom of his family and people. Farewell Jesse, ingats, tuloy ang laban."
Requiem Mass for Sec. Robredo tomorrow, August 22, 2012, Wednesday, 5 p.m., at the Ateneo de Naga Church of Christ the King. (via Raffy Magno in Naga)