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Philippine religious orders reaffirm commitment to be with ‘least, last, lost’

The Association of Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines said many of its members chose to go “beyond our walls” and to be with people

Philippine religious orders end ‘Season of Creation’ with calls for justice

AMRSP reiterated what it described as “the need” for the Church’s “prophetic voice” in the midst of “worsening injustice and inequality”

Philippine religious superiors back campaign for ABS-CBN franchise

The AMRSP requests the Catholic faithful to sign up and help ABS-CBN get a legislative franchise directly through the people

Philippine church, activist groups mark martial law anniversary with protests

Protesters said the anniversary of the declaration of martial law on Sept. 21 serves as a reminder that atrocities continue to this day

AMRSP urges gov’t, businesses to stop destruction of environment

The country’s religious superiors said “there can be no turning back” to the same human activities that greatly impacted biodiversity

Philippine Catholic religious superiors file petition against anti-terrorism law

The AMRSP asked the court to declare the new law “unconstitutional” because it “infringes on the free religious expression of the Church”

Bishops, religious appeal to gov’t to increase number of people allowed...

Franciscan priest Angel Cortez, executive secretary of AMRSP, said the Church has become a refuge of people amid the coronavirus pandemic

Philippine religious superiors warn against use of Bible to justify death...

The AMRSP expressed dismay over statements that capital punishment is acceptable because even Jesus was sentenced to die on the cross

Philippine religious orders appeal for aid for poor during lockdown

The Association of Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines said poor families will be needing relief food aid in the next few days

Church groups join protests as Duterte delivers State of the Nation...

Church and faith-based groups call on Filipinos to stand up for the truth amid what they described as injustices happening in the country

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