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Not all Catholic AI bots are creepy: Some new tools for...

“In addition to providing clear answers, [CatéGPT provides] a list of reference documents to encourage the user to read them"

US-based Pinoy priest is new auxiliary bishop of Sacramento

The bishop-elect was born in Magsaysay, a town in the southern Philippine province of Misamis Oriental on Oct. 15, 1964.

Vatican document examines human dignity violations 

It is structured into four chapters – the first three establishing foundational principles and the fourth listing human dignity violations

Imus diocese to host first Nat’l Vocation Festival

Organizers said the celebration will center on four key elements: vocations, synodality, and encounters with the faith experience of Filipinos

Godparents are to be ‘models’ of faith, not gift-givers — Cardinal...

“Remember that the role of ninong and ninang is not to give gifts. They are supposed to be models of Christian life,” he said

Full text: Pope Francis’ urbi et orbi blessing for Easter 2024

May the light of the Resurrection illuminate our minds and convert our hearts, and make us aware of the value of every human life

Photos: Crucifixions and whippings in the Philippines on Good Friday

As spectators filmed on their mobile phones, three-inch nails were driven into their palms, and then the crosses hoisted upright

Passover meal and Paschal mystery

But the story is not yet over. The Passover of Jesus is replayed in endless times among the millions of “crucified peoples” today

The AI dilemma: job loss, hallucinations, and virtual girlfriends

"How do you get an investigative reporter if you don’t have a newsroom and you don’t have that mentorship, that job, that on-the-job training?”

IN PHOTOS: Catholic faithful commence this year’s Lenten journey

Ash Wednesday serves as a day of penitential prayer and fasting, with some opting to take a break from public activities

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