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Palawan bishop looks at NCIP halt order vs Ipilan mining with...

Bishop Socrates Mesiona of the Apostolic Vicariate of Puerto Princesa expressed concerns that the decision may be reversed at any time.

Puerto Princesa renames street after St. Ezekiel Moreno

Moreno, an Augustinian Recollect, served as Puerto Princesa’s first prison and military chaplain

Palawan bishops elevate appeal against mining operations to President Marcos

The bishops’ appeal was contained in a joint pastoral statement released following the arrest of anti-mining protesters in Brooke’s Point

Catholic bishops of Palawan hit dispersal of anti-mining protest in Brooke’s...

The bishops said the mining company "acted in blatant defiance of the law by continuously operating its mine"

New Cuyonon version of Bible launched in Puerto Princesa

Bishop Socrates Mesiona of Puerto Princesa said the Bible is translated into a local language to be understood better by the people

Palawan bishop calls for stronger resistance against ‘rape of nature’

“Destroying the environment is a sin. And so as believers, we are obliged to protect our only home,” Bishop Mesiona said

Paghinto ng mining operations sa Brooke’s Point, suportado ng isa pang...

Aniya, ang mga taong nagprotesta “ay kabilang sa nakaranas ng mga pagbaha dahil sa pag-uulan at hindi naman sila nakikinabang sa mining”

‘Listen to the voice of the people,’ bishop appeals on behalf...

“It is only appropriate to respect their rights and listen to their grievances,” said the bishop

Obispo ng Puerto Princesa, nakikiisa sa protesta laban sa mining sa...

Sa liham-pastoral ni Bishop Socrates Mesiona, sinabi ng obispo na ang pagtutol ng taumbayan ay isang karapatang dapat igalang

Palawan bishop backs protest against mining in Brooke’s Point

The prelate rallied behind the residents who, according to him, just want to assert their rights and protect their environment

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