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Filipino Catholics mark "Christ the King" Sunday with simple processions in communities due to restrictions brought by the pandemic

‘Itigil ang pamamaslang, katarungan ipaglaban’

Ang masaklap na masaker ay hindi kailanman mabubura sa isipan ng maraming Filipino, lalong-lalo na sa mga diyarista

Muslim community among most devastated by typhoon ‘Ulysses’

LiCAS.news photojournalist Jire Carreon visited the village days after the disaster

Saint Pope John Paul II — a hasty halo?

John Paul canonized nearly 500 saints, compared to 300 in the previous 600 years

Poor communities in Philippines’ typhoon-hit regions remain ‘underserved’

Church groups say the gap in the government's humanitarian response manifests its "unpreparedness” when it comes to addressing disasters

No help, no roof, no food

“Have you ever experienced typhoons in the provinces?” asks Gabriel Villanueva, the village chief. “Well, they can make you cry.”

Photos: Philippine communities rise from devastation after typhoon

LiCAS.news photographer Vincent Go visited coastal villages of Catanduanes to document the situation of residents after the typhoons

Cagayan and the Rivers of Blood

There’s a human hand which tainted the region’s rivers with blood, and it’s up to us to find out who it is

Photos: Arduous task of clean-up starts in Manila’s flooded communities

Filipinos in the capital Manila have started the arduous task of cleaning up their submerged homes and villages on Friday, November 13

SPOTLIGHT: Young Filipino Catholic realizes dreams by crafting rosaries

Mark Cruz needed US$2,500 to go on “a pilgrimage of a lifetime”. The answer to his prayers was already in the palm of his hand, the rosary beads

Photos: Typhoon ‘Ulysses’ leaves thousands homeless in Philippine capital

Houses were submerged and thousands of Filipinos were stranded on rooftops with the elderly, children, and even their pets

Philippine Carmelites launch songs on Spotify

Music has “a special part in the hearts of the Carmelites" and many of the first Carmelites became famous in the music industry

‘Quinta’ and ‘Rolly’: Two storms a week apart

Whoever was up there looking down on our town, tricked us into believing that we were cared for, with a mild storm

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