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Catholic leaders in Mindanao file petition against Tampakan mining

The bishops argued that the extension of the mining agreement granted to Sagittarius Mines, Inc. “was unconstitutional”

Catholic bishop calls on local government to defend ban on open-pit...

The bishop urged the governor to join them in “the moral imperative to act together decisively in order to save our common home”

Marbel diocese informs public about priest who left Church

Bishop Cerilo Casicas of Marbel said that Father Alan Catigbay has already left the Catholic Church.

Mindanao diocese raises alarm as coal mining project starts

Bishop Casicas of Marbel said the mere extraction of coal “will critically affect the communities and the environment downstream”

Mindanao diocese initiates anti-coal campaign

The signature campaign aims to convince the provincial government to reverse its endorsement of dirty energy projects

Mindanao bishop says fight against open-pit mining not over despite veto...

“We remain vigilant until the present threat to amend the lifting of the open-pit mining ban is completely done,” said Bishop Cerilo Casicas

Mindanao Catholic bishop tells local officials to stop playing politics, ban...

The bishop claimed that the people of the province want to ban the open-pit mining project even before the elections

Mindanao bishop urges faithful to pray for leaders who lift ban...

The faithful are urged to pray the “Prayer to Reawaken Our Love for Creation” during the Holy Mass and to start and end daily activities

Catholic diocese holds ‘solidarity walk’ against open-pit mining in southern Philippines

Governor Reynaldo Tamayo Jr. vowed to create a technical working group to study the decision of the provincial board

Green activists, faith-based groups lament lifting of ban on open-pit mining...

"We will not take this sitting down. We will not take this silently," said Bishop Cerilo Casicas of the Diocese of Marbel

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