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Catholic, Protestant bishops express support for ‘red-tagged’ Negros prelate

"The call towards peacemaking is an action that is most needed in our society, most especially when people’s safety and lives are at stake"

Rights group backs red-tagged Philippine Catholic bishop

The bishop, who is also one of the convenors of the church-based Pilgrims for Peace assailed the human rights violations in Negros

Negros bishop decries ‘red-tagging’

“With this commitment to taking the side of the victims of injustice, I am comforted by the words from the scriptures"

Sapat na sahod ng mga manggagawa, giit ng church, workers’ group

“Attacks on the economic rights of the poor continue as Filipino workers suffer from depleted income brought about by rising cost of living"

Do not erase the truth!: A Pastoral Message of the Diocese...

“Learn to do good; seek justice, correct oppression; bring justice to the fatherless, and please the widow's cause…” (Isaiah 1:17)

Victims of rights abuses remembered ahead of martial law anniversary

Fifty years ago, on Sept. 21, 1972, Ferdinand Marcos Sr. declared martial law, imposing a military dictatorship

Bishop calls for ‘boycott’ of ‘shameless’ movie that portrays nuns gambling

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza of San Carlos described the movie “Maid in Malacañang” as “shameless”

Pamahalaan, hinimok ng obispo na talikuran ang pamumuhunan sa fossil gas

Iginiit ni Bishop Alminaza na lumilikha ang Negros Island ng malaking kapasidad ng malinis na enerhiya

Dance challenge para sa kalikasan, inilunsad ng Diocese ng San Carlos

Hinihimok ni Bishop Alminaza ang mananampalataya na makibahagi sa “Tiktok Dance Challenge” para sa kalikasan

Bishop invites financial institutions to heed call of Philippine Church leaders

Bishop Alminaza said majority of Philippine banks found to have been linked to coal and fossil gas companies and projects “remain mum"

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