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Filipinos flock to cemeteries for All Saints’ Day observance

It was the first time since the start of the pandemic that cemeteries were open on November 1 for the ancient Christian tradition

Return to churches for Sunday Masses, Filipino Catholic faithful told

Health protocols should, however, be implemented in parish churches and venues for the liturgical celebrations

Photos: Mass wedding held as Filipino Catholics urged to go back...

The Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish in Quezon City held a mass wedding of Catholic couples on Oct. 15, 2022

Manila prelate tells Filipinos in US to be witnesses to Christian...

“With Mary as our Queen of Peace, let reconciliation and solidarity win over our political, regional and economic divisions”

‘Running priest’ says time for Philippine Catholic Church ‘to walk the...

“The Church is now too complacent, too relaxed, and too devotional that it is losing its capacity to walk with the youth and the poor”

Lasallian brothers elect Filipino superior general

Brother Armin Luistro becomes the Lasallian Brothers’ 28th superior general and the first Filipino to hold the global position

Filipino girl, believed to have been healed by new French saint,...

Angel Marie Vier Albaracin Degamo from Clarin, Bohol, was one of those who offered gifts to the pontiff during the canonization Mass

Philippine lay Catholic council endorses candidacy of country’s vice president

Robredo “bested the others” based on her “track-record of service, dedication to good governance," among others

Catholics in Philippines show ‘solid faith’ in wake of super typhoon

Majority of Filipinos identify as Catholic and December is one of the most important months on the religious calendar

Filipino Catholics mark start of Christmas with traditional pre-dawn Masses

Today, the novena Mass, whether celebrated traditionally at dawn or in the early evening, is popularly known as “Simbang Gabi”

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