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Filipino Catholic Church leaders pay tribute to country’s first Protestant president

“He was not a perfect president as no one is a perfect president, but he was a very good one”

President-elect Marcos ready to ‘collaborate’ with Catholic Church, says papal nuncio

The papal nuncio said Marcos “assured me of his desire to collaborate, cooperate closely with the Church and Holy See”

Philippine Church leaders vow ‘principled cooperation’ with Marcos-Duterte administration

Caritas Philippines urged the country's new leaders to "honor the rule of law and history, and make government more accountable”

Manila prelate calls on Filipinos to stay calm, believe in democratic...

Cardinal Advincula of Manila assured that Church leaders will always pastors of its flock

Faith-based groups call for continuous ‘vigilance’ in wake of Philippine elections

"We pray for truth to illuminate our hearts and minds, so that we may know and so that truth will us set free”

‘Respect election results,’ Philippine Church leaders urge Filipinos amid protests

“We may not win elections, but the feelings of joy and wonderment were priceless ... and that brief moment was actually a glimpse of heaven.”

Philippine Church leaders call on Filipinos to make ‘moral choice’ on...

“If we want our country to rise above challenges, let us vote properly. That is the moral choice,” said Bishop emeritus Antonio Tobias

Priests, religious urged to take ‘active role’ in Philippine elections

Priests and religious have reportedly “forgotten to be prophets” and have not helped people to work for “principled political participation”

Church leaders offer prayers, condolences for departed former Philippine president

Cardinal Jose Advincula of Manila led Church leaders in offering prayers for former president Benigno Aquino III, who died on June 24

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