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Alarcon installed as Caceres archbishop

More than 2,500 Catholics from all walks of life filled one of Bicol region’s largest churches and its grounds to welcome him.

Nuncio: ‘Forgiveness is the path to new life’

“As Christians we need to forgive. Forgiveness is the path to new life. Forgiveness is the way of the Lord Jesus,” he said.

‘Holiness is greater than just fairness,’ Nuncio tells canon lawyers

“Ignorance breeds spiritual abuse,” he said, reminding participants that betraying the seal of confession is tantamount to betraying Christ

Celebrating 40 years: Mati diocese commemorates milestone

In moving forward with the mission, Brown encouraged the faithful to remember the early missionaries and Catholics who lived before them

PH Catholic Church celebrates first internat’l shrine

Bishop Ruperto Santos of Antipolo said that the cathedral’s new status “is now the gift of the Philippine Church to the whole world”

Patuloy na paglago ng pananampalataya ng mga Filipino, ipinagpasalamat ng Papal...

Inihayag ng kinatawan ng Vatican na tungkulin ng simbahan na gabayan at hubugin ang mananampalataya tungo sa paglago sa pananampalataya

Catholic bishops send condolences to papal nuncio over his mother’s death

The Apostolic Nunciature in Manila, in a letter to the CBCP, said that Archbishop Brown’s mother had died early this week

Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, itinuring na produktibo ang 126th CBCP...

Ginanap ang retreat at 126th Plenary Assembly ng CBCP sa Kalibo Aklan sa ilalim ng pangangasiwa at paghahanda ng Diocese of Kalibo

In Photos: ‘Popes in the Philippines’ exhibition

The exhibit showcases memorabilia from the apostolic journeys of St. Pope Paul VI, St. Pope John Paul II, and Pope Francis

Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, hinimok ang mananampalataya na manindigan

Aniya, bahagi ng tungkulin bilang mabuting kristiyano ay ang pangangalaga sa nag-iisang tahanan para sa mga susunod na henerasyon

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