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‘Cancel culture’ contrary to synodality, says CBCP president Bishop David

Bishop Pablo Virgilio David of Kalookan said the “cancel culture” has become a negative trend in society through social media

Philippine bishops declare annual’ observance of national day of prayer vs...

“The move will further help protect the Filipinos against human trafficking, especially our people on the move,” said Bishop Santos

Philippine bishops to gather in Manila for 125th plenary assembly

The CBCP is currently composed of 88 active bishops, two diocesan priest-administrators, and 38 honorary members who are retired bishops

Philippine bishops’ message on the death of Pope Benedict XVI

"If Pope Francis is known as the Pope of Mercy and Joy, Pope Benedict will be remembered as the Pope of Charity."

‘Christmas is an invitation to a generous life’

“The basic message of Christmas is for us to say ‘Lord, I offer my life to you,'” Bishop David said

Philippine bishops’ conference declares national day of prayer against human trafficking

The Church has been observing February 8 as the Feast of St. Josephine Bakhita, patron of human trafficking and slavery victims

CBCP media office releases digital Advent, Christmas guide

The reflection guide offers reflections and questions based on each day’s Gospel reading from selected bishops and priests nationwide

Return to churches for Sunday Masses, Filipino Catholic faithful told

Health protocols should, however, be implemented in parish churches and venues for the liturgical celebrations

CBCP releases ‘500 Years of Christianity’ commemorative coins

The CBCP Secretariat said that issuing an official coin was a way “to fittingly commemorate” the milestone in the Church’s history

Church will remain vigilant vs corruption, human rights abuses, says Catholic...

“We will also remain vigilant and critical to all forms of corruption, mishandling of public funds and violations of human rights”

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