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Central Philippine diocese gets ready for 500th anniversary of arrival of...

On March 17, 1521, Magellan landed on Homonhon after sailing from the Marianas Islands

Watch: ‘Up Close’ with Dr. Jayeel Cornelio on how faith impacts...

Joe Torres, editor-at-large of LiCAS.news, speaks with Dr. Jayeel Cornelio, a professor of Sociology of Religion, on Filipino religiosity

Cebu archbishop calls for celebration of 500 years of evangelization despite...

Archbishop Palma urged the faithful to continue praying for the healing of the world and of the Philippines from the coronavirus disease

Papal nuncio to attend quincentenary celebrations of arrival of Christianity in...

Archbishop Jose Palma of Cebu said he invited Archbishop Charles John Brown to the occasion “and he said yes”

Site of ‘first Mass’ in the Philippines remains an ‘academic discussion’

Some theorists claim that the first Mass might have been celebrated on Homonhon, where Magellan and his men took a weeklong respite

Diocese ng Kidapawan, nagtalaga ng ‘jubilee churches’

Itinalaga ang Our Lady of Mediatrix of All Grace Cathedral at ang Sta. Teresita del Niño Jesus Parish bilang mga “jubilee church”

Diocese of Legazpi starts observance of 500th anniversary of arrival of...

The town of Libon, established in 1573, is the first Spanish settlement in the Bicol region

Becoming Jesus’ missionary disciples

Why of all the nations and peoples in Asia was the Philippines chosen by God to be among the first to receive this precious gift?

Catholic Philippines to launch ‘Year of the Mission to the Nations’...

The theme of the observance, “Gifted to Give,” is also the theme of the 500th anniversary of the arrival of Christianity in the country

Cebu archdiocese to launch blood donation drive

The campaign is part of activities for the 500th anniversary of the arrival of Christianity in the country

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