The priest was suspended and stripped of his positions in the Archdiocese of Cebu following sex abuse allegations
Labor groups said disconnecting from work-related calls "should not be a basis for demotion, disciplinary action or termination"

‘Faith’ still among top keywords in Philippines’ social media posts

Keywords related to the Holy Week observance have been on top of all keyword categories during the month of April

Catholic faithful urged to join observance of Laudato Si’ Week

Laudato Si' Week coincides with the sixth anniversary on May 24 when Pope Francis finished writing the encyclical

Greenpeace says Asian Development Bank’s new draft energy policy misses mark

Greenpeace says ADB's draft police "falls short and completely misses the mark in responding to this decade’s realities"

Mothers of victims of Philippines’ ‘drug war’ remember children on Mother’s...

"Even if justice seems to be elusive for now, we will not lose hope that one day, someday, we will attain it"

Italy’s ‘boy judge’ killed by mafia beatified for being ‘martyr of...

Known as the "boy judge" because he looked younger than his 37 years, Rosario Livatino had led many investigations into the mob

Myanmar poet dies after being detained, his family says

Khet Thi penned the line "They shoot in the head, but they don't know the revolution is in the heart."

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