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Church to remain vigilant vs corruption, human rights abuses, says Philippine...

“We will also remain vigilant and critical to all forms of corruption, mishandling of public funds and violations of human rights”

ASEAN parliamentarians slam arrest of former Philippine legislator Walden Bello

Walden Bello said his arrest was “pure political harassment and persecution”

Letters from prison

"Are you truly free out there? Or have you resigned yourselves to be shackled by the chains of your fears, your anxieties, your apathy?"

Philippine bishop calls for ‘boycott’ of movie that portrays nuns gambling

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza of San Carlos described the movie “Maid in Malacañang” as “shameless”

Carmelite nuns decry ‘malicious’ depiction in movie, say film attempts to...

“The attempt to distort history is reprehensible,” said Sister Mary Melanie Costillas, OCD, prioress of the Carmelite Monastery in Cebu City

Former Philippine president Fidel ‘Steady Eddie’ Ramos dies

A career military man, his professorial conduct was unlike the bombastic image of many Filipino politicians

Philippines’ President Marcos unveils economic blueprint for ‘turbulent time’

Marcos Jr. offered a laundry list of targets, ranging from getting children back into classrooms to expanding internet access

Civil society groups urge Philippine Congress to prioritize social enterprise legislation

“At the heart of the proposed social entrepreneurship bill is the aspiration to help members of low-income communities and vulnerable groups"

Philippine coconut farmers express hope new government to release coco levy...

About 3.5 million coconut farming families are seen to benefit from the coconut levy funds

‘Serve the people,’ Manila archbishop tells President Marcos, other elected officials

“You have been given the opportunity to seek the good not only of some individuals or particular groups but of the Philippine society"

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