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Bishop welcomes lifting of deployment ban on Filipino workers to Saudi...

“That is a very inspiring news, a great help and immense relief to our [overseas Filipino workers],” said Bishop Ruperto Santos

Stella Maris to strengthen Philippines’ chaplain training program

"We can do more for the seafarers in terms of their spiritual and sacramental formation,” said Bishop Ruperto Santos

Philippine bishop welcomes Taiwan’s decision to increase wages of migrant workers

Effective August 10, the monthly pay for migrant workers in Taiwan is at NT$20,000 (US$665.70) from the previous NT$17,000 (US$565.90)

Bishop of Balanga in Bataan reaffirms opposition to revival of nuclear...

“They should focus on renewable energy, like windmills in Ilocos Norte. So, why not promote that?” said Bishop Santos

Philippine bishop joins calls for prayer for victims of Texas mass...

“It is urgent and necessary to call in God for all safety and peace in the community,” said Bishop Ruperto Santos

Philippine Church vows to help refugees accepted by government

President Rodrigo Duterte has issued an executive order institutionalizing access to protection services for refugees and stateless persons

Bishop urges Filipino migrant workers to make their votes count

“Always remember ... your vote is your (right). Your vote is your (responsibility). And your vote is your (future).”

Mga kandidato, hinimok na isulong ang ‘renewable energy’

Ayon kay Bishop Santos, dapat na isulong ng sinumang mahahalal na lider ang pamumuhunan para sa renewable energy

Nuclear energy to worsen power, price woes, warn green activists, Catholic...

The huge costs of nuclear power will place a heavier burden on the economy and the environment, and on the health and finances of people

Catholic bishop of Bataan hits proposed rehabilitation of mothballed nuclear plant

In February, President Rodrigo Duterte signed an executive order adopting a nuclear energy program for the country

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