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From photography to the nunnery

A woman’s journey to finding beauty in embracing a life of service

Sewer becomes ‘pilgrimage site’ in southern Philippines

Villagers say appearance of ‘Jesus’ image was a sign from God following series of disasters that hit the southern Philippines

The scourge of enforced disappearances

Asia submitted the highest number of cases of enforced disappearance to the United Nations in the last decade.

‘Ring of fire’ amazes Filipinos, elicits stories of faith, myths

Solar eclipse happens when the moon covers the sun's center, leaving the sun's visible outer edges to form a ‘ring of fire’

Pope Francis prays for Philippine typhoon victims

Typhoon Phanfone carved the same path as devastating Haiyan that hit in 2013

Attacks against environmental defenders continue to rise in 2019

The battle against destructive industries "is a long, rough, and dangerous journey" that environmental defenders have to endure.

At Christmas, Filipinos told to be ‘bearers of salvation’

In a Facebook video address, Cardinal Tagle challenges Filipinos to be "bearers of salvation not damnation".

Death, destruction in central Philippines on Christmas day

Typhoon Phanfone with winds of up to 140 kph (86 mph) hit the central Philippines on Christmas Eve leaving at least 16 people dead and thousands others homeless.

Christmas typhoon kills at least 13 in Philippines

Typhoon Phanfone hit the Philippines late on Tuesday with winds of up to 120 kph (75 mph) and gusts of 150 kph, heavy rain and flooding.

PHOTO GALLERY: A Philippine Christmas

The celebration of Christmas in predominantly Catholic Philippines is a display of piety, culture, feasts, and, in recent years, commerce.

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