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Papal nuncio to preside Thanksgiving Mass for Venerable Teofilo Camomot

“Let us celebrate with sincere thanksgiving for the gift of our dear Teofilo Camomot being raised to the level of venerable”

President-elect Marcos ready to ‘collaborate’ with Catholic Church, says papal nuncio

The papal nuncio said Marcos “assured me of his desire to collaborate, cooperate closely with the Church and Holy See”

Papal nuncio to Philippines joins European envoys in greeting president-elect Marcos

Ambassador Charles Brown, papal nuncio to the Philippines, joined ambassadors from other European countries who met with Marcos

Cebu’s ‘Patrocinio de Maria’ receives papal crown

In his homily, the papal nuncio noted that “we can say that Patrocinio means ‘patronage’, María Santísima means the ‘most Holy Mary’”

Papal nuncio reminds Filipinos to be ‘people of truth’

As Christians “we need to speak the truth” and “beware of fake news, falsehoods, distortions and manipulations”

Papal nuncio to Philippines admires people’s faith in disaster areas

Caritas Philippines has announced that it will soon begin its recovery initiative in devastated areas in the Visayas and Mindanao

Papal nuncio to Philippines spends Christmas in typhoon-ravaged Siargao

In his Christmas message, Archbishop Brown expressed solidarity with those affected by the typhoon

‘Keep Christ in Christmas, not Rudolf the red nose reindeer’

Christmas in the Philippines is one long, colorful holiday that starts as early as September

Cardinal Advincula, archbishop of Manila, receives pallium from papal nuncio

Archbishop Charles Brown, apostolic nuncio to the Philippines, conferred the pallium to the cardinal during the sacred investiture

Papal nuncio reminds Filipino youth to make prayer a habit, not...

People realize that prayer is essential, but they often struggle to make it a priority because of the demands of daily life

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