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All dioceses in the Philippine capital have ordered the suspension of the celebration of public Masses until August 20
The religious superiors said they “stand with” the Redemptorists “who have always been at the forefront of serving the poor"
The Philippines' House of Representatives passed the “Single-Use Plastic Products Regulation Act” on July 28
A tarpaulin was posted outside the compound of the congregation's mission house, tagging the missionaries as communist supporters
Hidilyn Diaz won the first Olympic gold medal for the Philippines in the women’s 55-kilogram weightlifting event
Activists from various political persuasions march in Manila on July 26 as President Duterte delivers his last State of the Nation Address
Several Catholic bishops enumerate what they want to hear from President Rodrigo Duterte's State of the Nation Address on Monday
Thousands are fleeing flooded communities in the Philippine capital, Manila, after days of torrential rain.
Reynante Cortes, anchorperson of the commentary program “Engkwentro,” was shot and killed in front of radio station DyRB in Cebu
The Philippine Ecumenical Peace Platform said the designation “tragically closes the door to a peaceful resolution of the (armed) conflict”