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Interfaith movement for good governance launched in Pangasinan

Dubbed “Simbayanihan,” it will connect organizations from the various sectors at the grassroots level to government agencies

Archbishop Villegas warns faithful that not all who call for unity...

The prelate cautioned that some voices may be that of the “serpent trying to deceive you, to mislead you, to lead you away from God”

250-year-old church in Pangasinan gets minor basilica status

Basilicas are assigned by the pope to certain Catholic churches because of their antiquity and historical significance as centers of worship

Archdiocese of Lingayen-Dagupan launches award in honor of late Archbishop Cruz

The annual “Gawad Asin tan Silew Oscar V. Cruz Award” honors the values embodied “by contemporary saints”

Lingayen-Dagupan designates church where Latin Mass can be celebrated

Archbishop Villegas said Latin Masses may be celebrated twice a month subject to the availability of the designated priests

Lent is time for acts of gratitude, archbishop reminds Filipino faithful

“It is not about what we give up. It is saying ‘thank you’ for everything that makes us holy," says Archbishop Socrates Villegas

Archbishop Villegas declares 21 days of prayer in Lingayen-Dagupan

The prelate said people should turn to prayer amid the clouds of “helplessness and discouragement” in the country

PHOTOS: Living one’s faith in the midst of pandemic

Being a Catholic is not just about going to church. It is not about priests and bishops. It is about following the teachings of Jesus Christ, and living it every day, even in the midst of a pandemic.

Archdiocese donates Covid-19 equipment and test kits to gov’t hospital, DOH

Pangasinan’s Roman Catholic Church has donated a medical equipment to help detect coronavirus among patients at a government hospital in Baguio City. Archbishop Socrates Villegas...

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