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Les Miserables

This is a good reminder to those who are overzealous about getting rid of what they call “bad elements” in society.

Bishop David takes over as ‘acting president’ of Philippine bishops’ conference

Archbishop Romulo Valles of Davao, CBCP president, had a “mild stroke” but is already recuperating at home

‘Planting rice is never fun’

Proclaiming the Word of God is no different sometimes from what the farmer does on the soil to make it disposed for the planting.

The Original Twelve

The Eucharist was an infamous night of betrayal which Jesus had turned into a meal of forgiveness. So why should I exclude Judas?

If not now, when?

Jesus teaches us to ask questions like, “What is the context?” What is the significance of these events within their given time and setting?

Diocese of Kalookan sets up ‘hope line’ to address mental health...

The program aims to mobilize priests and volunteers to provide counseling to people suffering from mental health problems

Unity and universality

The feast day of Sts. Peter and Paul is meant to remind the faithful of the two directions of the Church’s mission: unity and universality

Philippine bishop warns against terror bill, slams arrests during pandemic

Bishop David of Kalookan said the country is "dangerously sliding back to authoritarian rule” with illegal arrests “being done all the time”


The apostles have taught us how to be positive carriers of the Good News of Christ—by inviting us to take part in his redeeming mission

People of solitude

“Ah, the lonely people, where do they all come from…where do they all belong?” This is what I call the negative solitude.

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