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Death and resurrection, materiality and immateriality
Let us remember what St. Francis admonishes, “… for what a man is before God, that he is and nothing more.”
Rituals to memorialize the dead
Despite cultural differences, we share a common desire to memorialize the dead
Philippine bishops remember Queen Elizabeth as champion of religious freedom
Catholic bishops described the Queen Elizabeth II as “a woman of faith” and “champion of religious freedom"
Pope Francis praises Queen Elizabeth’s ‘steadfast witness of faith in Jesus...
Her title “Defender of the Faith and Supreme Governor of the Church of England” dates to the reign of King Henry VIII
Deaths of Asian migrant workers in Gulf states mostly ‘unexplained, unnecessary,’...
Government data on migrant worker deaths are fragmented, incomplete and inconsistent, says a report released by non-government groups
Pope Francis: The dying need palliative care, not euthanasia or assisted...
Pope Francis said the ethical principle of palliative care is valid not only for Christians but for everyone
Should Catholics talk to their dead loved ones?
The Church encourages Catholics to pray for the dead as one of the spiritual works of mercy
Si Maria at ang pag-asa sa gitna ng pandemya
Ang kapistahang ito ay nagbibigay ng pag-asa sa atin. Kung nasaan si Maria ay doroon din tayo.
Miracles of Justice
God never rejoiced in a meaningless “destruction of the living,” especially if the living are strongly inclined to destroying each other
Spotlight: Remembering the dead as we await our own ‘transitus’
By strengthening our faith and by looking in the eyes of death with hope, we can conquer fear
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