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When should the Church speak out?

The Church should speak out whenever the government disregards due process of law and suppresses legitimate dissent.

Philippine Protestant council backs Catholic bishops’ denunciation of ‘society’s ills’

Bishop Marigza, NCCP general secretary, said they “welcome” the call of the Catholic bishops exhorting the faithful to pray for the country

Manila bishop dares government to sue Philippine Catholic Church leaders

Presidential legal counsel Salvador Panelo accused the bishops of pressuring the Supreme Court to decide against the anti-terrorism law

Philippine Catholic bishops warn of nation’s ‘bleak political landscape’

The Catholic bishops' conference likened the Philippine situation to a "proverbial frog swimming in a pot of slowly boiling water"

CBCP: A Pastoral Letter and a Call to Prayer

The Catholic bishops' conference warns against the 'dangers' of the Philippines' new anti-terror law that takes effect this week

Davao archbishop already in good health, says priest

In a statement released on July 18, the Davao archdiocese said Archbishop Romulo Valles 'is getting back to his normal self'

Bishop David takes over as ‘acting president’ of Philippine bishops’ conference

Archbishop Romulo Valles of Davao, CBCP president, had a “mild stroke” but is already recuperating at home

Philippine bishops cancel plenary assembly for first time in history

The decision was announced on Friday, June 5, citing as reason "the present health condition caused by the COVID-19 pandemic"

Catholic bishops warn against groups, individuals using pope’s name

The Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines issued a warning against persons and groups using the name of Pope Francis for dubious reasons.

Philippine Catholic bishops call on gov’t to resolve ABS-CBN issue

The country's Catholic bishops have called on the government to immediately resolve issues surrounding the renewal of the broadcast franchise of Philippine television giant ABS-CBN.

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