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Priests also need counseling, especially during pandemic, says bishop

Bishop Gaa of Novaliches said it is important for priests to also know how to take care of themselves

Diocese ng Novaliches tutulong sa ‘vaccination program’ ng pamahalaan

Nakapaloob sa kasunduan na maglalaan ang Diocese of Novaliches ng lugar, pasilidad, at volunteers para sa “vaccination program”

Our Lady of Mercy declared as ‘Mother of Novaliches’

Devotion to the Our Lady of Mercy has grown faster with devotees coming from in and outside the Diocese of Novaliches

Social media, nakatutulong sa pagkakalap ng donasyon para sa Simbahan

Dahil sa masigasig na mga komunidad, madaling nakakakalap ng tulong para sa mga naapektuhan ng pandemya at mga nasalanta ng bagyo

Mamamayan, pinag-iingat sa donation scam

Ito ang mensahe ni Bishop Roberto Gaa hinggil sa pangangalap ng donasyon para sa mga nasalanta ng malawakang pagbaha

Novaliches bishop: Fight against COVID-19 is ‘everybody’s responsibility’

Bishop Roberto Gaa of Novaliches urged the public to strictly follow health protocols and avoid going out if not necessary.

Novaliches bishop urges public to help in COVID-19 contact tracing

Bishop Roberto Gaa said contact tracing could be a “personal responsibility” that the public can perform during the lockdown

Batang Eucharistic ministers, lectors kailangan sa Novaliches

“Intensified ang recruitment at saka ang orientation and formation ng bagong volunteers,” ayon kay Bishop Gaa ng Novaliches

Diocese of Novaliches ‘reconfigures’ programs for ‘new normal’

Bishop Roberto Gaa of the Diocese of Novaliches said the pandemic “reshaped” the needs and mission of the church and “there are things that we won’t be able to do again.”

Novaliches bishop appeals for mental, spiritual health of people amid lockdown

Bishop Roberto Gaa of Novaliches has called on authorities to act on the mental and spiritual health needs of the people during the lockdown...

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