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Mabuti na lang at may Diyos. Mabuti na lang at mamamatay tayong lahat. Haharap tayo sa Diyos, at doon ay wala nang favoritism.

A tale of two realities

If we are too stubborn to change what is obviously evil, then will we change when confronted with what is ethereally good?

Philippine civil society groups join ‘Asian Day of Action on Tax’

"Tax policies should be progressive and equitable,” said Lidy Nacpil, Coordinator of the Asian Peoples’ Movement on Debt and Development

Protestant bishops to pursue legal action against ‘red-taggers’

The Protestant bishops said “red-tagging” and false accusations “lead to a serious threat to life,” which “cannot be condoned”

‘Do not forget the lessons of martial law’ — Cardinal Jose...

"In the middle of darkness, we saw light. In the face of the bad things that happened, we learned lessons"

Church leaders call for justice as country marks 50th year of...

Bishop Bagaforo urged Filipinos to “never again let the powers-that-be control the narratives” of the Filipino people

Do not erase the truth!: A Pastoral Message of the Diocese...

“Learn to do good; seek justice, correct oppression; bring justice to the fatherless, and please the widow's cause…” (Isaiah 1:17)

Observing the International Day of Peace in the Context of the...

Calling for the ways of peace through principled negotiations is to reject a militarist solution, of martial rule in any guise

Remembering martial law: The years of torture and pain

“They even covered my head with a plastic bag. There were even times when they used my ears and face as an ashtray.”

Misinformation shrouds Philippine martial law era horrors

In the run-up to the 50th anniversary of martial law, pro-Marcos posts have flooded Facebook and TikTok with false and misleading claims

Theatrical play pays tribute to victims of massacre in central Philippines...

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza said he will continue tolling the church bells in his diocese to “remember the martyrs of the Escalante massacre"

Young Filipinos brush up on martial law history with ‘road trip’

The "Road Trip” brought participants to places that defined the martial law period

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