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Philippines’ feast of Child Jesus a reminder of the gift of life

Human life should be seen not just as a fundamental human right but as a gift from the Creator

Philippine court clears Catholic missionary nun, rights activists of perjury charges

Human rights groups maintained that the case was “aimed at disrupting our work … in helping victims (of rights violations) seek justice"

Philippine lawmakers propose US$4.9 billion sovereign wealth fund chaired by Marcos

Even the president's own sister, Senator Imee Marcos, said it was "risky to gamble" retirement funds

Fighting death penalty

We are persons of peace and at all times we can and should seek peace. (Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church, 4 , 5.)

Person living with HIV/AIDS embraces faith, love, respect for self to survive

A UP Population Institute study shows that the percentage of Filipino youth aware of HIV and AIDS has declined to its lowest level since 1994

After 18 years, victims of Philippine massacre of farmers continue to search for justice

“Exactly 18 years have passed since the massacre, but justice still eludes the families of the victims”

Source of hope in campaign against death penalty

The World Congress is a source of hope against the backdrop of an impending return of the death penalty to the Philippines

FABC 50: Cardinal Tagle expresses hope to ‘evangelize’ social media in bishops’ meet

"This is my dream, the formation online of those who frequently use online technology, on how the digital world could be a tool for truth"

Climate polluters must be made to pay for damages – Greenpeace

President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has placed Calabarzon, Bicol Region, Western Visayas, and the Bangsamoro under a state of calamity

Survivor recalls ‘rumbling’ in the dark as mud buries village chapel in southern Philippines

The victims are members of the Teduray, one of the Philippines' many small indigenous tribes who live hardscrabble lives on the edge of society

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