Cardinal Advincula on ‘road to recovery’; seminary in Quezon City hit by COVID-19

At least 25 of the 59 individuals in the Christ the King Mission Seminary in Quezon City contracted COVID-19, say authorities

8 elderly nuns in religious convent in Manila succumb to COVID-19

The nuns were between 80 and 90 years old and were among the 62 sisters who were earlier reported to have been infected with COVID-19

Church, rights groups remind Filipinos to learn lessons of martial law

The martial law years under Marcos were considered to be the darkest years of the country with about 70,000 people imprisoned

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Church groups call for an end to human rights abuses as the Philippines marks the 49th anniversary of the declaration of martial law

Photos: Remembering those who stood for freedom

On Sept. 21, 2021, activists and human rights workers offered wreaths for those who fought for freedom during the years of martial law

Everything you need to know about the miracle of liquefaction of the blood of Saint Januarius

The Church believes that the miracle takes place in response to the dedication and prayers of the faithful

Will the Swiss Guard allow women soldiers in the future?

To enter the Swiss Guard, a candidate must be a single Catholic male of Swiss nationality between the ages of 19 and 30

Photos: Priest exhumes remains of victims of Philippine killings

Five years into President Rodrigo Duterte’s “war on drugs,” families of the victims are literally picking the remains of their loved ones

Philippines’ first zero-waste island can be found in Negros Oriental province

In 2020, Apo Island adopted waste management systems and practices introduced by WOW Negros Oriental in their community
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Cardinal Advincula on ‘road to recovery’; seminary in Quezon City hit by COVID-19

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The nuns were between 80 and 90 years old and were among the 62 sisters who were earlier reported to have been infected with COVID-19

Photos: ‘Never Again’

Church groups call for an end to human rights abuses as the Philippines marks the 49th anniversary of the declaration of martial law

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Church, rights groups remind Filipinos to learn lessons of martial law

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