(UPDATED) Davao Archbishop Romulo Valles says there was 'no conflict' between the local church and Rodrigo Duterte when he was Davao City mayor
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
A guide issued by the CBCP tags at least 29 websites for 'carrying fake or unverified contents'
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Spreading fake news is 'a sin against charity,' the CBCP says in a historic pastoral letter, one of the first of its kind in the world
The murder of farmers' group leader Wilerme Dorado Agorde in front of his grandchildren in February further fuels suspicion that farmers locked in a land dispute with a state university are being 'silenced'
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?
'To the people who use the Bible to defend death penalty, need we point out how many other crimes against humanity have been justified, using the same Bible?' the CBCP says
This is the first non-Filipino Catholic bishops' conference to speak out against human rights abuses in Duterte-led Philippines
'They may have won, but it does not mean that they are right,' CBCP president Archbishop Socrates Villegas says after the House of Representatives approved the death penalty bill
'There is nothing wrong' with striking out plunder under the bill since lawmakers may include the crime in future amendments to the law, says Deputy Speaker Fredenil Castro
The President reads his eldest daughter's defense of him on Facebook and says his feisty daughter knows how he thinks
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The President's daughter says her father understands the meaning of the EDSA People Power Revolution more than 'delusional hypocrites' like Archbishop Socrates Villegas
'It is unchristian to find secret pleasure in the sufferings of others,' CBCP president Archbishop Socrates Villegas says
'When we are bullied because of trolls in cyberspace, let us continue to use Facebook responsibly,' says Bishop Valentin Dimoc of Bontoc-Lagawe
(UPDATED) 'Magsalita kayo sa Facebook 'nyo,' says Manila Auxiliary Bishop Broderick Pabillo at the Walk for Life against killings in the Philippines
'Ang Walk for Life ay hindi para ipagtanggol ang drug addict o ang mga mamamatay-tao,' CBCP president Archbishop Socrates Villegas says
(UPDATED) This form of peaceful protest has been employed in many countries, including the Philippines, in response to issues ranging from racism to oppression
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'It is still critical collaboration,' CBCP president Archbishop Socrates Villegas says, referring to the Catholic Church's similar stance during the Marcos dictatorship
Unless we discern the straight and narrow path enlightened by God, we are doomed to bring the death penalty onto ourselves
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'Let us fill our streets not with blood, not with dead bodies, but with prayer, with courage,' says CBCP president Archbishop Socrates Villegas
Vice President Leni Robredo also says there are families of fatalities in the drug war who want to file charges but are just too afraid
'I go to church because I respect the Church. Hindi lahat ng pari, masama. So dapat gano'n rin ang tingin nila sa amin,' says the PNP chief
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'The officials of the CBCP are apparently out of touch with the sentiments of the faithful who overwhelmingly support the changes in the Philippines,' says Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella
Read the full text of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines' pastoral letter on the drug-related killings in the country
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'Let us not allow fear to reign and keep us silent,' Filipino Catholic bishops say in their strongest statement yet against drug-related killings in the Philippines
'We have no right ever giving up on any person,' CBCP president Archbishop Socrates Villegas says
CBCP president Archbishop Socrates Villegas tells his fellow bishops, 'We can victims of change, but we can be its authors as well as its guardians'
Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella reacts to a CBCP official who says the Philippines will lose 'any moral authority and legality to ask clemency' for Filipinos on death row if it restores the death penalty
Sadness over the death of OFW Jakatia Pawa, who was executed in Kuwait, 'should make us all advocates against the death penalty,' says the CBCP
'Mayroon tayong Pasko ngunit patuloy ang pagdanak ng dugo sa ating mga lansangan,' sabi ni CBCP president at Archbishop Socrates Villegas sa kanyang December 25 pastoral letter
'Christmas comes to us as a feast of beauty, but we are not blind and numb to the ugliness that has come upon us,' says Archbishop Socrates Villegas
'Murder is ugly. Extrajudicial killing is ugly,' Archbishop Socrates Villegas says in a Christmas message about the 'ugliness' during this 'feast of beauty'
'We are sadly witnessing a growing callousness among our people,' Legazpi Bishop Joel Baylon and his flock say in a letter to President Rodrigo Duterte
Lingayen-Dagupan Archbishop Socrates Villegas says in his message, 'Return stolen inheritance. Correct mistakes. The mercy of God awaits all those who are humble and repentant.'
The late dictator Ferdinand Marcos needs prayers, not honors, says Lingayen-Dagupan Archbishop Socrates Villegas in a prayer rally in Dagupan City
British Ambassador to the Philippines Asif Ahmad also asks, 'What do you do if there's a miscarriage of justice?'
The Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) also questions the killings of drug suspects who allegedly resist arrest
'Marcos is no hero! He should not be presented as one,' the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines says
'It mocks our fight to restore democracy,' Archbishop Socrates Villegas says after the Supreme Court allowed a hero's burial for dictator Ferdinand Marcos
Duterte's bloody war on drugs has been a feature of this year's All Saints' Day, with some people using the annual commemoration to poke fun at the brutal crackdown