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Youth challenged to think about ‘environmental inheritance’

“If you think small, you’ll dream small and you will be small. Are you small? No! Because God is inside of you, God is with you.” ​former​ Department of Energy and Natural Resources secretary Gina Lopez said.

Bishop lauds ASEAN pact on migrant workers’ rights

With common and unified stand of the ASEAN leaders, Bishop Santos said the rights and privileges of all migrant workers will be “protected, promoted and respected”.

Muslim volunteers at Catholic youth event, a ‘sign of unity’

In this we see that even though we have different beliefs, we can attain unity in diversity and that communion with them is very powerful, once we make a stand and work together.

Zamboanga all set for NYD

Delegates will go through pocket sessions that will tackle some of the country’s current social issues. Hosted by different families within Basic Ecclesial Communities (BECs), they will stay in foster homes for 4 days.

CBCP to pray for persecuted Christians around the world

On Nov. 22, ACN will lead a nationwide campaign called Red Wednesday where the facade of participating cathedrals, minor basilicas, shrines and Catholic universities will be lit in red to honor and pay tribute to the sacrifice of modern-day Christian martyrs.

Our Lady of Fatima will be icon at prayer for healing

The CBCP has earlier declared November 5, as “Lord Heal Our Land Sunday” as it called on priests to hold Masses in their parishes for those who cannot go to EDSA.

Pope on PH Church drug rehab programs: ‘Way to go’

The program, which also includes arts and sports activities, is present in various Manila parishes to reach out to more people.

PH’s oldest cardinal dies at 86

A native of Mogpog, Marinduque, Cardinal Ricardo Vidal was ordained a priest in 1956 by Bishop and Servant of God Alfredo Maria Aranda Obviar.

CBCP condemning killings of top terror leaders is ‘fake news’

“The CBCP never made such a statement. On the contrary, we laud the gallantry of our soldiers and their heroic efforts to free Marawi,” Bishop Soc Villegas said.

Killings, not Church, to blame for Duterte rating dip—Bishop

Bishop David said the government must “stop the killings” if only to improve its ratings and focus on the rehabilitation of people with substance disorder.

Church urges faithful to join ‘heal the nation’ EDSA procession

The CBCP has earlier declared Sept. 23 to Nov. 1 as a season of mourning and prayers for the victims of the “spreading culture of killings”.

Pope’s communications day theme: Truth in age of ‘fake news’

“‘The truth will set you free’: Fake news and journalism for peace” will be the theme of the church’s celebration of World Communications Day 2018.