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CBCP chief: ‘National synodal council’ to widen participation in PH church

David said a synodal council would be an exercise of “co-responsibility in mission,” one of the priorities of the “Synod on Synodality”

Asia, Americas, Africa continue to be growth centers for Catholicism

Growth in the three regions pushed the global Catholic population up to 1.376 billion, an increase of 16.24 million, as of 2021

Good governance should begin in the barangays — bishop

“Fill (your ballots with people) with integrity, those who can really help in our barangays and our nation,” he said.

Philippine Church to tweak design, formation of permanent deacons

In the Catholic Church, the diaconate is the first of three ranks in ordained ministry, followed by priests and bishops

Is the Synod out to overturn Church doctrines? CBCP head clarifies

The meetings that began on Oct. 4 are “confidential” but “not secretive” because the people of God deserve to know, he said.

Synod 2023: CBCP chief highlights role of OFWs as ‘reluctant missionaries’

OFWs, which account for a tenth of the Philippine population, have kept the country’s economy afloat in times of crisis

CBCP chief stresses 3-fold priority as synod begins

He recalled the synod’s objective of establishing a more “synodal Church,” which radiates “communion, participation, and mission”

Borongan diocese makes public confidential Vatican document on priest’s dismissal

The action was taken in response to Aclon’s demand for a copy of the Vatican decree that laicized him from the priesthood

Divorce bill, kontra-pamilya, kontra-kasal at kontra kabataan

Ipinaliwanag ng Pari na ang diborsyo ay kontra-pamilya, kontra-kasal at kontra-kabataan dahil sa negatibong epekto ng panukalang batas

Bishop welcomes Ombudsman ruling against Parlade, Badoy

The bishop hopes that no more individuals, whether activists or not, will be put in danger due to red-tagging

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