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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”

Bishop joins green activists in calling for gov’t accountability on mining

The protest action was held simultaneously with “creative actions” in mining “Sites of Struggles” as part of "Mining Hell Week” activities

Mindanao bishop hits gov’t endorsement of coal mining project in South...

The project, under the coal operating contracts of the mining companies, covers at least 9,000 hectares of land

Inday Sara still top pick for president; bishop says voters’ choice...

The people's vote is "an expression and affirmation of our human dignity, a foundational principle of Catholic social teaching”

Bishops welcome House panel decision to stop dam project in ancestral...

The bishops’ social action secretariat said the Church is “not against development as long as it does not sacrifice the common good”

‘No Sunday movement,’ ipatutupad sa Diocese of Kidapawan

Ayon sa diyosesis, ililipat ang pampublikong Misa tuwing araw ng Linggo sa araw ng Sabado o kaya naman ay depende sa bawat parokya

Catholic church agency urges Filipinos to register for 2022 national elections

On Sunday, May 9, churches across the country rang their bells to remind voters to exercise their right to vote next year

Mindanao diocese to baptize 500 children to mark quincentennial of Christianity

Bishop Colin Bagaforo of Kidapawan said that by the celebration of baptism "we are proclaiming to everyone that the Church is alive”

Caritas Philippines urges diocesan centers to engage with gov’t agencies

Bishop Bagaforo said the measures will protect social action workers “from unnecessary exposure to the rampant and systematic red-tagging"

Caritas Philippines to talk with military on red-tagging, crackdown of activists

Bishop Jose Colin Bagaforo said the prevailing human rights situation has compelled his office to initiate and spearhead a dialogue

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