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Religious leaders express ‘deep concern’ over nuns’ gambling scene in Philippine...

The Church leaders said they are "profoundly disturbed and deeply concerned" with how the film put the nuns in a "bad light"

Red-tagging ‘will not cow us,’ say Philippine major religious superiors

“The Church will not and cannot be neutral on moral and ethical issues and concerns”

Philippines’ religious superiors vow to stand for truth amid ‘widespread unpredictability’

“In our consecration to God, we pledged to do what is right, ‘acceptable and pleasing to the Lord,’” said the religious leaders

‘The CMSP’s Prophetic Challenges Today’

2022 Convention Statement of the Conference of Major Superiors in the Philippines

Claretian priest, Dominican nun, elected heads of Philippine conference of religious...

For many years, the association served as a common voice for men and women religious and an advocate for their individual charisms

Philippine religious superiors urge Filipinos to vote for those who stand...

“In the face of unbridled killings ... let us choose leaders who will truly promote fullness of life”

Choose Life! (Dt. 30, 19)

Statement of the Conference of Major Superiors in the Philippines on the 2022 Elections

SEC approves new name of Philippines’ association of religious superiors

From being AMRSP, the organization will be known as the Conference of Major Superiors in the Philippines

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

Catholic religious leaders warn Filipinos against continuing surge of COVID-19 cases

“We have to take care of our health and we have to have concern not only of ourselves but also of others,” said Father Christian Buenafe

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