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Philippine Caritas network renews push for legal rights to nature

Rights of Nature is a growing movement in the country spearheaded by the Philippine Misereor Partnership, Inc. and Caritas Philippines

Caritas Philippines offers help for communities affected by oil spill

Father Gariguez estimated that over 36,000 hectares of mangroves, coral reefs and seagrasses will potentially be affected by the oil spill

Bishop alarmed over decision dismissing ill-gotten wealth case vs Ferdinand Marcos...

Bishop Bagaforo described the anti-graft court decision as “a major setback for the Filipino people"

Military Ordinariate supports ‘Alay Kapwa Solidarity Appeal’

“What we can do is to be a great help, to be a good brother, dahil ito man, hindi natin alam ito ay mangyari sa atin”

Caritas Philippines helps raise aid for quake victims in Turkey, Syria

Donations may be deposited to the CBCP Caritas Philippines Foundation, Inc.

Catholic Church’s social action arm backs anti-mining protest in Sibuyan Island

Caritas Philippines commits to “integrate the care of creation as our common home in our teaching and practice of Christian discipleship”

Caritas Philippines calls on Marcos to allow ICC probe into ‘drug...

Caritas Philippines said an investigation “will allow the due process to run its course and ensure justice and truth will prevail”

Church groups join ICC probe into ‘drug war’ killings

“This is a step in the right direction to promote transparency, fairness, and trust in public institutions,” said Father Antonio Labiao

Caritas Philippines backs higher taxes for luxury goods

Luxuries are "unnecessary" and those who can afford them "will be less affected by the increased costs,” said Bishop Bagaforo of Caritas

Caritas Philippines calls for more gov’t support for onion farmers

“The government should provide financial incentives or subsidies to help our farmers grow more onions and lower the cost of production”

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