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Catholic bishops call on Filipinos to stand for truth amid ‘radical...
The Church leaders issued the call as the country marks the 36th anniversary of the 1986 “people power revolution” that ousted Marcos
Bishop reminds Filipinos to support political candidates who value history, freedom
Archbishop Tirona urged voters to support candidates who are “credible and honest,” adding that there are candidates who are “untruthful”
2 retired bishops say Philippine Church should get involved in ‘principled...
The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines is set to release a statement on the coming national elections later this month
Bishop invites financial institutions to heed call of Philippine Church leaders
Bishop Alminaza said majority of Philippine banks found to have been linked to coal and fossil gas companies and projects “remain mum"
Faith-based groups challenge Catholic bishops ‘to walk the talk’ on new...
The PMPI said that the bishops’ pastoral statement is “a challenge to themselves, as a Church … more than a guideline to the community"
Philippine Catholic bishops reject donations from mining, other ‘destructive’ industries
The bishops said policies to address the impacts of the climate crisis “should always place social and ecological justice at the forefront”
Philippine bishops call for more attention on mental health during pandemic
“Let us listen to them because mental health is about listening”
Philippine Catholic, Protestant Church leaders call for unity ahead of May...
“We must also guard against the powers of darkness that will seek to defraud, deceive, and destroy God’s intended goodness"
Catholic Church declares ‘Day of Prayer’ as death toll in Philippine...
The Catholic Church in the country has declared December 25, Christmas Day, and December 26 as “National Days of Prayer”
Filipino bishop infected with COVID asks unvaccinated people to get jabs
Bishop Marcelino Antonio Maralit of Boac urged the public to join the ongoing “National Vaccination Days”