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Philippine Catholic Church to start synodal process Sunday, Oct 17

The challenges of the pandemic and the sexual and financial scandals in the Church and in government are among issues that will be discussed

Philippine Catholic bishops congratulate Maria Ressa for winning Nobel Peace Prize

The bishops stressed the important role that the press play in 'gauging the health of a healthy democratic society'

Bishop Alminaza of Negros tests positive of COVID-19 for second time

The bishop is "asymptomatic" but has been required to isolate himself for the time being

Philippine bishops call for prayers for Cardinal Advincula’s recovery from COVID-19

The Manila archdiocese on Friday announced that the cardinal tested positive for COVID-19 and experiencing mild symptoms

Philippine bishops condole with families of victims of typhoons

The bishops noted that the typhoon destroyed homes, opened economic deficiencies, left people missing, while some died

Philippine bishops launch mobile application to help people ‘grow and share...

The FaithWatch app is designed to help users find the nearest church to avail of services, such as schedules of Masses and other sacraments

Philippine bishops back call for action for ‘healthy planet and healthy...

The petition specifically tells global leaders how they should care for “our common home”

CBCP statement: Journeying together this Season of Creation 2021

From September 1 to October 4, the Christian family celebrates the beauty and goodness of creation

Celebrating the gift of faith, learning from the past, and journeying...

The Iglesia Filipina Independiente and the Roman Catholic Church express their readiness for more ecumenical cooperation amidst diversity

Hidilyn Diaz inspires Filipinos with her victory, faith, devotion to Virgin...

Diaz’s inspirational victory and public display of her Catholic faith touched the hearts of church leaders and Filipino Catholics

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