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Papal nuncio dedicates newly rebuilt national shrine in Isabela province

The Guibang Church was declared as the Philippines’ eighth national shrine on February 13, 1986

Bishop Nacua of Ilagan laid to rest

Bishop Nacua is the only Filipino Capuchin thus far to be ordained to the episcopate

Bishop Nacua, the only Filipino Capuchin prelate, dies at 77

“In his six decades of religious life, he had been a dedicated educator, formator, minister, and pastor”

First seminary in northern Luzon marks 200 years

Bishop William Antonio of Ilagan cited the seminary’s history and its contributions to the life and mission of the Church in the region

Bishop of Ilagan in Isabela province survives car crash

Bishop David William Antonio of Ilagan did not sustain any injury and was reported to be “well and safe”

Bishop of Ilagan recovers from COVID-19

The prelate was issued a “Certification of Recovery” on November 19 by the municipal health officer of Gamu town in Isabela province

Diocese of Ilagan appeals for support as more requests for potable...

Access to drinking water remains a challenge for many areas in Isabela and Cagayan provinces

Catholic bishop of Ilagan in northern Philippines tested positive of COVID-19

The diocese advised those who had close or prolonged contact with Bishop Antonio in the past few days to observe precautionary measures

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