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National Youth Day to be held in July 2025

Starting in 1987, NYD celebrations at the national level were held in Manila. From 1991 to 1997, the events took place locally

Can CBCP achieve fossil fuel divestment by 2025?

CBCP's goal to fully divest from fossil fuels by 2025 is still well within reach. But it has to be invested in necessary steps to achieve it

Caritas Philippines demands nationwide ban on reclamation, seabed quarrying

Church leaders stressed that the country needs “concrete action to protect our bay and the communities that depend on it.” 

Charter change move done in ‘bad taste’ – CBCP head

David stressed the historical context that produced the 1987 charter – the tragic experiences of Filipinos during the Martial Law regime

Bishop who formerly led Malaybalay diocese dies at 91

The diocese said in a statement that Bishop Honesto “Onie” Pacana died at 12:33 p.m. Thursday, February 1.

Bishops urge Filipinos to discern on Charter change for ‘genuine good...

“It seems that this People's Initiative was initiated by a few public servants and not truly from the initiative of ordinary citizens"

“WHAT IS GOOD?” | CBCP Statement about People’s Initiative on Charter...

Let us not allow such deceptive systems to continue, encouraging those who continuously exploit our nation. Truly, this is not good!

Bishop Rapadas is new head of Church’s BEC body

Rapadas is one of the youngest bishops in the Philippine Church, serving the Iligan diocese as his first episcopal assignment since 2019

Philippine Churches call for dialogue amidst ‘fragmentation’ 

“We convey high hopes that barriers to peace in our country be resolved through dialogues and negotiations"

Japanese cardinal reveals Vatican probe into ‘miracles’ for Blessed Takayama Ukon’s...

In 1614, Ukon and 350 Catholics were exiled to Manila due to the Edo Shogunate’s ban on Christianity. He died in Intramuros

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