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CBCP warns against phishing scams impersonating as papal nuncio

The scam targets those using Yahoo Mail by asking them to enter their login details to receive a “confidential message”

Head of bishops’ conference urges Filipinos to continue fight against mass...

“It is important to keep a good attitude and remain focused as we ‘move forward’ together,” said the bishop

Priests, religious should not carry firearms, say Church leaders

The CBCP has said that a priest’s actions and attitude should conform as closely as possible to Christ’s

Filipino faithful urged to hold ‘intense prayer’ vigils for success of...

“We can only fight this battle in the best way we can—through prayer and well-discerned action,” said Bishop Pablo Virgilio David

Catholics in Metro Manila to hold ‘Solidarity Mass for the Moral...

In a pastoral letter, the country’s Catholic bishops called on the Filipino people to “fight indifference” especially during the elections

Catholic bishops urge Filipinos to ‘fight indifference,’ participate in May 9...

The bishops noted that some “have always been mere spectators – unconcerned until they are personally affected”

CBCP Pastoral Letter on the Elections: ‘Be Concerned About the Welfare...

Pastoral Letter of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines on the May 9, 2022, national elections

Philippine bishops appeal ‘for the violence to stop and for the...

Let us fervently offer our prayers and sacrifices “for the violence to stop and for the voice of peace to be heard”

Filipinos allowed to receive ashes on forehead as COVID-19 health restrictions...

The Episcopal Commission on Liturgy of the bishops’ conference said priests are now allowed to put ashes on the foreheads of churchgoers

CBCP Guidelines for Lent and Holy Week 2022

The instruction gives directions to the important celebrations of the liturgical, namely the Lenten season and the Paschal Triduum

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