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Filipinos to bring results of synodal consultations to Asian bishops’ meeting
“It is timely that the celebration of the 50th year of FABC coincided with Pope Francis’ Synod on Synodality,” said Bishop Jose Colin Bagaforo
Philippine Catholic bishops admit flaws, vow to continue ‘synodal’ journey with...
“We saw gaps and closed doors in our work of evangelization. We saw shadows,” read a statement released by the Church leaders
Philippine Catholic bishops, priests warned against lording it over laity
"A Church that practically reduces the priesthood to the ordained ministerial priesthood will never grow into a missionary Church”
Philippine Catholic bishops dismayed over filing of new divorce bill in...
“It’s unfortunate that some legislators would rather focus on breaking marriages than fixing them or strengthening marital bond”
Philippine bishops to discuss migrant workers issues, synodal process in bi-annual...
The national synodal consultation of Church leaders, which will start on Monday, July 4, in Tagaytay City, will precede the CBCP meeting
Catholic bishops hope for peaceful Philippine polls, urge Filipinos to respect...
The prelate also reminded supporters of candidates not to destroy personal relationships and friendships with one another
Manila bishops urge Catholics to pray the rosary from April 30...
“Let us again turn to our Blessed Mother and ask her intercession to help us vote what God desires for us”
Catholic bishops urge Filipinos to ‘fight indifference,’ participate in May 9...
The bishops noted that some “have always been mere spectators – unconcerned until they are personally affected”
Philippine Catholic bishops to join Pope Francis’ consecration of Russia, Ukraine
“Even if Europe is relatively far from the Philippines, we have every reason to be apprehensive about these global developments"
Philippine Catholic priest says Church ‘cannot be neutral,’ condemns thieves, liars
“We should never allow ourselves to be used as tools for partisan politics,” said Father Jerome Secillano