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Filipino priest among 2 new officials of Vatican’s missionary arm

As a canon lawyer, the priest has been working at the dicastery since 2015 after completing his further studies in Rome

Palo’s Our Lady of Hope gets episcopal coronation on Yolanda’s 9th...

“God has never abandoned us and has given us a mother to whom we could express all our grieving, our sadness”

Palo archdiocese warns faithful vs group soliciting donations

The diocese said the group Filipino Katoliko, Inc. is not affiliated with the diocese, as well as with the Roman Catholic Church

Philippine Catholic bishops’ conference names new assistant secretary general

Father Bryand Restituto of the Archdiocese of Palo is the CBCP's new assistant secretary general

Archdiocese of Palo, nakaagapay sa mga biktima ng bagyong Agaton

Umabot sa mahigit 18,000 pamilya ang nasalanta ng bagyong Agaton habang mahigit sa 50 ang naitalang nasawi dahil sa naganap na landslide

Kkottongnae opens first seminary outside Korea in Leyte province

The formation house was inaugurated on January 17, seven years after Pope Francis’ visit to the province in 2015

Sto. Niño Church in Tacloban now an archdiocesan shrine

Archbishop John Du of Palo described it as “significant” because the country is currently celebrating the 500 Years of Christianity

Tacloban’s Sto. Niño Church to be elevated to an archdiocesan shrine

Archbishop John Du has approved the petition to raise the parish to an archdiocesan shrine status

Colorful Holy Week tradition of ‘Penitentes’ lives on in central Philippines

As an organized and officially recognized parish organization, the “Penitentes” embody the penitential acts of all the parishioners

Palo archbishop warns parishes against holding Christmas parties

Traditional Christmas parties in parishes are discouraged, but not the traditional gift-giving to the poor sections of society

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