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Bishops join protest against Charter change

The demonstration was organized by “Koalisyon Laban sa ChaCha”, composed of various religious groups and civil society organizations

Caritas Philippines hits Charter change push

Caritas Philippines reminded the government of its sacred duty to fulfill the promises of the 1986 EDSA Uprising

Caritas Philippines calls for end of violence against Church in Nicaragua 

The dictatorship of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega has ended the year 2023 with two bishops, 15 priests, and two seminarians in custody

Caritas Philippines renews calls to act on climate crisis, ecological conversion

“The courage, solidarity, and faith displayed by our people during those dark days became a beacon of hope and an example for the world"

Cubao bishop’s FB account hacked, faithful warned vs. donation scams

"Please refrain from responding to them if they are asking for any monetary assistance. You may message us here for verification"

Lipa archbishop urges Catholics to form conscience for environment

Archbishop Gilbert Garcera of Lipa said that Catholics need to develop strong consciences and learn how to discern wisely

Caritas Philippines hits government ‘crackdown’ on environmental activists

"The abduction is a clear attempt to silence environmental defenders and intimidate those who speak out against destructive projects”

Reduction of royalty rate will further hurt mining communities — Caritas...

Royalty shares are supposed to be provided by mining companies to communities as reparation for the damage they cause to natural ecosystems

Caritas Philippines opposes Japan’s plan to release Fukushima wastewater

Japan on August 24 started releasing treated wastewater, 12 years after a massive earthquake and tsunami damaged the power plant in 2011

Church leaders urge BPI to celebrate its 172nd year with a...

They called on all financial institutions, including BPI, to assess the social and environmental implications of their financing activities

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