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Philippine govt’s three-month lockdown — the world’s longest — was full of jaw-dropping incidents of chaos and brutality
Missionary priest brings Mass to Cambodian Catholic homes amid pandemic lockdown
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From the lens of power in the Philippines

Genuine people — unlike powerful politicians, powerful businesspeople and powerful celebrities — do not need power

Rural poor lose as politics sours Malaysia’s digital dreams

Minister U-turns on mobile communications awards, amid accusations of cronyism and lack of transparency

COVID-19 in the Philippines: The dark night seems endless

But amidst the suffering, there are church people being examples of the Lord’s mercy and compassion

Genocide, history and radicalization of the Rohingya: A threat to moderate...

Bangladesh’s ruling Awami League sees the Rohingya as natural supporters for its Islamist opponents

How the pandemic dashed hopes for the Philippines’ poor

As job losses mount the already improvised will find themselves even more vulnerable

Church’s mission in time of pandemic and beyond

In a world that is becoming decentralized and fragmented, those in pastoral leadership must employ new ways of exercising leadership and governance

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