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'Hindi na tayo tatahimik at hindi lang manindigan kundi sama-sama tayong manindigan,' says Manila Auxiliary Bishop Broderick Pabillo
‘Kung sugatan po ang buhay natin, sugatan din ang bayan natin,’ says Bishop Broderick Pabillo as Saint Padre Pio's heart relic visits the Manila Cathedral
The Council of the Laity of the Philippines rejects 'any attempt to bring back dictatorship,' and calls for prayer vigils on the day President Rodrigo Duterte delivers his 3rd State of the Nation Address
God did not give us Duterte to be our President. The 16 million voters chose him to be President and he is now President. But God can write straight with crooked lines. Even from something bad, good can come out.
Lawmaker Carlos Zarate refutes claims that Sister Patricia Fox is engaging in partisan activities, as upholding human rights is not a form of meddling
'Ibig sabihin wala pang martial law ngayon, iniisa-isa na nila ang mga taong kumokontra sa kanila,' says Bishop Pabillo as he visits detained Sister Patricia Fox
The House Makabayan bloc argues that the quo warranto petition seeking to void the Chief Justice's appointment would cause them to be 'deprived of their collective right' to bring the impeachment process to a 'logical conclusion'
'We must guard our democracy,' says Caloocan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David, as the Philippines marks the 32nd anniversary of the 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution
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
The petitioners stress the importance of holding a public deliberation on martial law so Filipinos are informed of the factual bases of the declaration
Around 3 000 Catholic devotees go through the Stations of the Cross in Manila and offer prayers for various intentions
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?
UPDATED Magsalita kayo sa Facebook nyo says Manila Auxiliary Bishop Broderick Pabillo at the Walk for Life against killings in the Philippines
Let us boldly reject merciless ways of dealing with the most miserable including our drug addicts Bishop Teodoro Bacani says at the Mercy Congress
What kind of police force do we have that cannot catch the killers of 4 000 people? asks Bishop Teodoro Bacani at the Congress on Mercy
We are a country where our faith has a dichotomy…We believe but we do not practice it says Cotabato Archbishop Orlando Cardinal Quevedo
Cotabato Archbishop Orlando Cardinal Quevedo adds that we should think of the Church as not the bishops only
Can we now keep our mouths shut when more than 6 000 of our poor people are being killed? says Bishop Broderick Pabillo at an international congress on mercy
Called a grand procession the Walk for Life is set at the Quirino Grandstand Parade Ground in Manila
Why should I be ashamed? My sexual preference never hindered my mission as a Catholic priest says Father RJ
Referring to victims of extrajudicial killings Manila Auxiliary Bishop Broderick Pabillo says Paano naman ang kanilang mga pamilya?
A bishop says the Church discourages extreme forms of piety that fascinate many of the country s more than 80 million Catholics
Supreme Court Spokesperson Theodore Te says the en banc ruled that the Comelec failed to justify the extended contract without public bidding adding that the order |was immediately executory
UPDATED The Vice President meets with a member of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines as he faces allegations of corruption during his stint as Makati mayor
Bishop Vicente Navarra said the anti pork barrel rally is just the beginning of a series of calls the Diocese of Bacolod will make
Backed by former Vice President Teofisto Guingona an election watchdog will complain vs Comelec before UN
Bishops are divided on whether to continue supporting the watchdog which they think has grown cozy with Comelec and Smartmatic
The controversial rocket launch which could happen any day between Thursday April 12 and Monday April 16 elicited a wide range of responses from the various sectors
But the call for penance is meant for all Catholics in this 40 day season of prayer fasting and almsgiving