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Photos: Getting ready for the ‘big one’
Children in schools across the Philippines participate in the Nationwide Simultaneous Earthquake Drill on March 9, 2023
Philippine food environment is failing children, says UNICEF
The study says that children are eating fewer fruits and vegetables, and more sugar, salty and fatty products
Philippine military diocese backs Marcos’ call to crack down on private...
“It is the responsibility of the government to take strong action to dismantle these groups and confiscate their weapons”
Photos: Women’s Day observance in the Philippines
Women’s groups in the Philippine capital mark International Women’s Day with activities calling attention to the plight of Filipino women
Philippine bishop calls for stronger resistance against ‘rape of nature’
“Destroying the environment is a sin. And so as believers, we are obliged to protect our only home,” Bishop Mesiona said
Philippine green groups call for cancellation of mining contracts
The protestors warned the government from catering to the "vested interests" of mining companies
Philippine Catholic educators hit hazing in educational institutions after death of...
CEAP called on member-schools to continue to promote a “culture of respect, compassion, inclusivity, and Christ-centeredness"
Catholic, Protestant bishops express support for ‘red-tagged’ Philippine prelate
"The call towards peacemaking is an action that is most needed in our society, most especially when people’s safety and lives are at stake"
Bishop condemns killing of governor in central Philippines, five others
“How can we ever have lasting peace if we keep living in a culture of violence?” Bishop Cortes said
Rights group backs red-tagged Philippine Catholic bishop
The bishop, who is also one of the convenors of the church-based Pilgrims for Peace assailed the human rights violations in Negros