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Kabayanihan ang pagtulong sa kapwa — Bishop Bagaforo

Ayon sa Obispo ang pagpapamalas ng pagmamahal, pagkalinga at pagtugon sa pangangailangan ng kapwa ay pagpapakita ng pagmamahal sa bayan

Caritas Philippines deploys teams to assist quake victims as aftershocks continue

"Our social action centers are already capacitated to act accordingly," said Bishop Jose Colin Bagaforo, head of Caritas Philippines

Caritas Philippines backs petition to nullify law postponing village, youth elections

President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. on Thursday insisted that it is within the powers of Congress to postpone the elections

Caritas Philippines launches movement against corruption

The campaign is a “whole-of-Church approach” to address poverty and fight corruption in public offices

Bishop of Kidapawan expresses alarm over widespread gambling in Cotabato province

"I am deeply concerned with the young people who are now exposed to and are now slowly being introduced into this kind of activity”

Caritas Philippines challenges Marcos to address poverty, oil price hikes

Bishop Bagaforo said Marcos "needs to address the plight of farmers versus imported agricultural products”

Bishop Bagaforo welcomes Marcos as Agriculture chief to assess ‘state of...

“[Marcos] as agricultural secretary is good because that way he would have a firsthand assessment of the state of poverty of many"

Stop peddling ‘fake news,’ bishop tells poll candidates

The bishop reminded candidates that they are “God’s instruments to minister to the people and not lord it over them”

Church group, Caritas Philippines set ’40 days of prayer, discernment’ for...

“We invite you to discern and put God at the center of your decision-making especially this coming elections,” said Bishop Bagaforo

Caritas Philippines reminds local political candidates to abide by campaign rules

Bishop Jose Colin Bagaforo, Caritas Philippines national director, urged politicians “to be better examples of local politics”

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