In an e-mail to Rappler, author Cindy Wooden says Cardinal Tagle’s pastoral approach 'resembles the pastoral approach of Pope Francis'
Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle urges even non-Christians to study 'Laudato Si,' a historic papal letter warning against climate change
In 'Laudato Si,' a global plea for action to prevent climate change from destroying the planet, Pope Francis lifts from a pastoral letter published by the CBCP in January 1988
Pope Francis says many families 'are together at the dining table...but the children have their telephones and are in another world'
The society’s new media initiatives seeks to attract a younger flock, while deeply devotional patrons continue to support the apostolate's publishing arm
The 78-year-old pontiff stresses the value of the elderly by recounting the nickname Filipinos gave him
Those interested to have commemorative papal coins have until March 13 to reserve online
This, of course, does not mean we let go of our responsibility to question
The head of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines explains the Pope's statements on family planning while he was in the Philippines
Here are three things the health community can glean from Pope Francis' recent State and Apostolic mission to the Philippines
Pope Francis also thanks the local archbishop 'for the witness of faith and endurance which your people showed me in the midst of their trials'
'There is no difference between how he is in public and how he is in private,' the head of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines tells Rappler
Pope Francis had the Reproductive Health law in mind when he spoke about Filipino families, the CBCP head tells Rappler
Parang pag-ibig, kung para sa iyo talaga gagawa ng paraan ang tadhana para magtagpo kayo
Smart Communications Inc reports there were 3,664 tweets per second at 6:30 pm on January 15 when Pope Francis arrived in Manila
Drones confiscated during the papal visit will be returned once their operators register them with the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines
What did Filipinos tell the Pope through their words, songs, and sheer numbers? What images of the Philippines are forever etched in his memories?
DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman, during a Senate committee hearing, defends her department's decision to take street families to out-of-town trips called 'family camps'
'According to Filipino community organizers, an estimated 7,000 Filipinos were among the crowd gathered outside St Peter’s Square to attend the Pope’s weekly Angelus'
'My father has a bitter sweet mantra that he says to himself to stay sober: ‘Just for today, I wont drink. Bahala na bukas.''
Ambassador Paynor says the Pope did not wear any bullet-proof vest inside his garment. Instead, what he wore was a poncho for rain protection.
Brandon's mother, Gladys Precilla Lao, says her son died at 6:44 pm Friday, January 23, at the St. Luke's Medical Center in Quezon City
Strange how a day before Pope Francis comes to Manila, 100 or so people seem to have vanished. They seem to have magically disappeared from the same place where the sea swallows the sun.
Many agencies and local government units have requested for barricades from the public works department
I’m not comfortable with the fanfare that follows Pope Francis, but there are many things this man is doing right
PNP OIC Deputy Director General Leonardo Espina places Police Security and Protection Group budget officer Police Superintendent Evangeline Martos under administrative relief
PRESS RELEASE: PHLPost urges online buyers to place their orders only on the Pinoy eMall site, following reports that copies of the commemorative stamps are being sold in the black market at much higher prices
'The important questions were never asked. The contradictions were not questioned. If anything, the opportunity to know the Pope better was lost.'
A 'blessing' is what Asia's longest serving commercial carrier needs the most at this time, says PAL president and COO Jaime Bautista, and it gets just that
Discussion on the 'disappearance' of street families in Manila during the papal visit
'It was in the loss of words of our Santo Padre that I realized that faith is not measured at all. It can only prevail'
Still, she says that she feels blessed to have been given the opportunity to sing 'Tell The World Of His Love'
Hailing big families in the Philippines, Pope Francis blames poverty on an economic system that 'has replaced man with the god of money'
More than the opportunity of seeing Pope Francis 4 times, I will treasure more the stories and the conversations I had with the people
Pope Francis thanks President Benigno Aquino III for the 'warm welcome' and 'kindness' during his visit to the Philippines
Malacañang releases President Benigno Aquino III's 5-point position on responsible parenthood following Pope Francis' statements against artificial contraception
'We will gladly wait for those affected by your wisdom and enthusiastically carry on our fight until we see that society of authentic justice, solidarity, and peace'
The Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines says the Pope, in his comments on responsible parenthood, stressed 'traditional Church teaching'
About 400 individuals from street families under the DSWD's MCCT program in Malate are brought to a resort in Nasugbu, Batangas during the papal visit
Listen, and relive the words of Pope Francis through Rappler's collection
Facebook users of all faiths share their love for Pope Francis
The Pope’s messages during his visit are not solely evangelical – they are practical that even business leaders and managers can learn and emulate
Malacañang makes the statement following Pope Francis' latest pronouncement against the use of contraceptives, which the government-backed RH law promotes
Malacañang says President Benigno Aquino III did not intend to embarrass anyone and that his papal speech was based on the truth
The designer talks about her plans prior to the Pope's arrival
The crime of making false reports about bombs is punishable with up to 5 years in jail or a fine of P40,000 ($894) or both
The striking points from the Pope's Manila Cathedral homily: exercising love in service, being present to the people, and having love in one's service to be a good shepherd
Because Judy, the mother of Kristel Padasas, is a long-time OFW, she is entitled to various government benefits from the labor department
The letter is handed to Pope Francis by a young Thomasian who spoke before him
Leandro Santos II, one of 4 Filipino youths who gave testimonials before Pope Francis at UST, shares his experience and lessons learned in his encounter with the pontiff