Home Tags Headline
Rights, women’s groups ‘stand in solidarity’ with all women victims of...
Hundreds of women, women workers, and advocates of women's rights marched in the streets of the capital Manila to raise their demands
Former bureaucrats in India urge Modi to denounce attacks on Christians
The retired bureaucrats urged Modi in an open letter to reassure Christians in the country that it will get equal treatment
Philippine Catholic educators hit hazing in educational institutions after death of...
CEAP called on member-schools to continue to promote a “culture of respect, compassion, inclusivity, and Christ-centeredness"
At least four dead, tens of thousands evacuated in Malaysia floods
Local reports and social media posts showed images of flooded roads, submerged cars, waterlogged homes and rows of shops closed
Rohingya refugees decry ‘devastating’ cuts to food aid
The drop has already caused hardship among the roughly one million Rohingya refugees living in Bangladesh's overcrowded camps
Climate campaigners slam Japan’s growing push for fossil gas in Asia
Climate activists said fossil gas is a dirty energy source that is also responsible for more global warming than previously known
‘Digital synod’ brings Catholic Church closer to digital natives, says Filipino...
“Behind all the profiles, the clicks, the likes and the follows, are real persons,” said the priest
Anglican Church in Sri Lanka joins calls against postponing polls
“Denying that opportunity to our people will only affirm the fact that we are now under a dictatorship,” said Anglican bishops
Asian continental assembly on synodality ends with call for ‘change of...
“If this journeying together is to be meaningful, we need to learn how to let go of all that prevents us from being that synodal church"
Philippines’ flower festival highlights people’s resilience
The first festival in 1996 was a one-day event. It was later extended to one week, further expanded to two weeks, then a month.