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
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
Missing documents, improper bidding processes, and officials mum on the issue surround the alleged misuse by Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos of millions worth of tobacco funds
The officers, including retired Rear Admiral Cecil Chen, allegedly violated the Government Procurement Reform Act
The petitioners stress the importance of holding a public deliberation on martial law so Filipinos are 'informed of the factual bases of the declaration'
Valdez won't be in action due to her extended action in the Premier Volleyball League
Representative Antonio Floirendo Jr's removal from the House contingent to the Commission on Appointments comes a day before a House probe into his banana firm's operations
The most glaring irregularities are those connected to how the court handled annulment cases
Duterte allies in the House go on a 'nautical highway expedition' as soon as Congress goes on break. They don't bring along a colleague who would have provided some valuable insight.
Peruvian Prime Minister Fernando Zavala says more than 70,000 Peruvians lost everything
Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez denies the trip is a junket, saying they will be working within the allowable budget for out-of-town committee hearings
'To tell you frankly, the House leadership has fed to the shredding machine the rules of the House,' says Representative Edcel Lagman on the supposed railroading of the death penalty bill
Congressmen also approve the amendments to only list 10 crimes under the bill, remove the mandatory penalty of death, and to add safeguard measures for the accused
House rules state every lawmaker has the right to speak for an hour in a plenary debate, but after a recent majority ruling, anti-death penalty congressmen now have fewer minutes on the floor
(UPDATED) The House justice committee votes in favor of reimposing the death penalty for heinous crimes in the Philippines. Who voted for and against the measure?
Filipino ceramic artist Pablo Capati III presents his anagama-fired works in a solo show at One East Asia from December 7-30, 2016
The protests against Marcos’ burial in the Libingan and historical revisionism in favor of Marcos testify to the necessity of a continued struggle over history and memory
ABS-CBN's Gigi Grande is 2016's Marshall McLuhan Fellow, while TV5's Ed Lingao receives the Award of Distinction
Based on the allegations of a hired gun, Senator Antonio Trillanes IV likens the President to an alleged murderer and a drug cartel leader
Price points, photos, and how to get your hands on one of Pablo's giant gooey cheese tarts in Manila
'Maitatama ba ang mali ng isa pang pagkakamali? Masusugpo ba natin ang kriminalidad sa pamamagitan din ng pamamaraang kriminal?'
'The Bible has been used much too often to justify even the most inhuman and ungodly things,' one of the Catholic Church's leading Bible scholars says
Former Wall Street banker Pedro Pablo Kuczynski takes office as Peru's president, seeking to kick-start a slowing economy and unite a country deeply torn by a photo-finish election
US Federal law requires at least one party in a recorded conversation to give consent. However, state laws vary.
Lowering the age of criminality in the Philippines should be reconsidered. Throwing children in jail cells with hardened criminals may actually strengthen drug lords’ ability to recruit fresh talent – hardening youth who could have otherwise been saved from a life of crime and drugs.
(UPDATED) Vote counts by two major pollsters indicate former banker Pedro Pablo Kuczynski is leading Peru's presidential election
(UPDATED) 'Today is a day of celebration and the winner should be Peru,' says presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori as Peruvians head to the polls
Part of the large chunk of previously undecided voters appears to be opting for Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, 77, a former economy minister and World Bank executive
Veronika Mendoza, a leftist congresswoman, warns Peru risks returning to the dark days of former president Alberto Fujimori, who is serving a 25-year prison sentence for human rights abuses during his decade in office
Despite a delay in the transmission of votes, supporters of Hernandez celebrate as the partial results shows a wide gap between Ramil Hernandez and his rivals
Voters in San Pablo City come to their polling precincts ahead of time to cast their votes only to be informed that they were not qualified voters
Hours before the polls open, Laguna voters express their excitement and fears for the elections
Kanye West makes history with his 'The Life of Pablo,' which has reached number 1 in the United States mostly through streaming.
(UPDATED) Keiko Fujimori, daughter of an ex-president jailed for crimes against humanity, topped the first-round vote
Spain has been locked in political paralysis since December's elections put an end to the traditional two-party system