We are now witnessing Catholicism at its best. Those from the faith would do well to reconnect with their faith today, and join their Church as it tells those who suffer that they too may partake of the kingdom of God – distant but ever present.
The Catholic Church, through Caritas Manila, is planning to provide livelihood programs to help Marawi victims get back on track
Monsignor Arnel Lagarejos gains temporary freedom after spending almost 3 days in the Marikina City police jail
Antipolo Bishop Francisco de Leon names tough-talking retired Archbishop Oscar Cruz as lead investigator in the trafficking case of Taytay priest Arnel Lagarejos
(UPDATED) Jesuit seminarian Richie Fernando could become the first Filipino saint born in the 20th century
Monsignor Arnel Lagarejos has been relieved of all his designations in his diocese, Antipolo Bishop Francisco de Leon says
Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle also tells his flock to defend the weak, as he opens the 4th Philippine Conference on New Evangelization
An estimated number of 97,788 families from Marawi or 438,701 evacuees are staying with their relatives or friends in surrounding regions
(UPDATED) Davao Archbishop Romulo Valles says there was 'no conflict' between the local church and Rodrigo Duterte when he was Davao City mayor
Vatican finance chief Cardinal George Pell has been ordered to face a Melbourne court on July 26 for a preliminary hearing on multiple sexual assault charges related to offenses allegedly committed decades ago
The Davao archbishop is set to lead the CBCP as his friend – President Rodrigo Duterte – pursues a bloody war on drugs that has alarmed Catholic bishops
An influential voice in Venezuela, the church has long had strained relations with President Nicolas Maduro, who is under mounting opposition and international pressure to hold early elections
'Kung sino man ang nagplano na hatiin ang mga Kristiyano at Muslim, mukhang inis na inis ngayon, kasi hindi nagtatagumpay lagi,' says Cardinal Tagle
Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle says Filipinos seem to 'accept' rampant killings – but 'out of despair,' not 'moral conviction'
Kalookan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David also presides over a Mass for victims of extrajudicial killings
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'God knows who you are,' Kalookan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David says in one of the most scathing homilies against extrajudicial killings in the Philippines
'It appears that our pastoral education for people has not been enough. That's why, for them, it seems okay to kill to eliminate the problem of illegal drugs'
Here is Rappler's 360-degree video of the veneration of the relics of Saints Peter and Paul at the Manila Cathedral during the celebration of Pope's Day
Getting pregnant has little to do with promiscuity but everything has to do with ignorance
'The George Pell I know is a man of integrity in his dealings with others, a man of faith and high ideals, a thoroughly decent man,' says Archbishop of Sydney Anthony Fisher
Cardinal George Pell says he has been a victim of 'relentless character assassination' and vows to clear his name and return to work in Rome
(UPDATED) Cardinal George Pell, the Vatican's finance chief and the highest-ranking Catholic cleric to face such charges, had been interviewed in Rome by Australian police last October over the allegations
Four of the 5 new cardinals come from countries that have never had a cardinal before: El Salvador, Laos, Mali and Sweden; the fifth is from Spain
Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle reflects on life as a pilgrimage, as he marks his 60th birthday
A guide issued by the CBCP tags at least 29 websites for 'carrying fake or unverified contents'
Here is Rappler's 360-degree video of the canonical coronation held during a Mass at the Shrine of Our Lady of Aranzazu in San Mateo
Cardinal Tagle cites the Marawi clashes and the Resorts World Manila attack as examples of a 'modern' world that 'throws away' its values
'The true believers in Islam have condemned this ideology,' Cotabato Archbishop Orlando Cardinal Quevedo says, as clashes continue in Marawi City
Caritas Philippines, the social action arm of the Catholic Church, initially releases P300,000 to support the relief operations of the Diocese of Iligan social action center
'We shall condemn any abuse of martial law and as in the past will condemn it outright if it goes in the way of evil,' the Catholic bishops of Mindanao say
Cardinal Pell is accused of groping two boys – now in their 40s – in a pool in Ballarat, Australia, where the cleric grew up and worked
At a forum that seeks to unite women, Sr Mary John Mananzan hits critics of the reproductive health law – including bishops
'I implore for concord among all people,' Pope Francis says
Some 400,000 pilgrims from around the world will welcome the Argentine pontiff on the giant esplanade that faces the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima in Portugal
(UPDATED) The canonization of Jacinta and Francisco Marto will take place during the Argentine pontiff's visit to one of Catholicism's major pilgrimage sites
On Good Friday, Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle says, 'Masindak tayo at malungkot, huwag po nating hayaan na ang kultura ay kumalat'
Filipinos flock to churches nationwide in keeping with the Lenten tradition
The High Court decided that holding a Mass inside court premises does not amount to a union of Church and State
Presented via 360-degree video on YouTube, the Virtual Visita Iglesia brings us to 14 different churches across Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao
Relatives of victims of extrajudicial killings will also join the annual 'Washing of the Feet' ritual to be led by Cardinal Tagle on Holy Thursday
'Masquerading as "authentic politics," the government has embraced profanity, misogyny and the lack of overall decency as political strategies to attack and silence its critics,' says Senator Risa Hontiveros
18 lawmakers who voted no to the RH bill under the 15th Congress voted yes to the death penalty measure under the 17th Congress. How did the Church mobilize against the two controversial measures?
This comes as Pope Francis has made interfaith dialogue and reconciliation a leading theme of his pontificate
Selling drugs is killing people, Cardinal Tagle says, as he launches another Catholic-run drug rehabilitation program
This is the first non-Filipino Catholic bishops' conference to speak out against human rights abuses in Duterte-led Philippines
Bishop Joel Baylon says young Filipinos must be 'online missionaries of God'