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Centuries-old Romblon Cathedral rectory gutted by fire

A fire ripped through the centuries-old rectory of St. Joseph Cathedral in Romblon diocese recently, destroying canonical books and other important documents. Bishop Narciso Abellana...

2 anti-mining protesters hurt as police try to break barricade

On Thursday, residents succeeded in blocking a truck that tried to push its way through the barricades

Catholic bishop backs anti-mining protest, visits barricade in Sibuyan Island

In a statement, the Catholic clergy of Sibuyan warned of “tragic consequences” if the nickel mining project pushed through on the island

Green groups call on gov’t to hear people’s demand against mining...

Mineral ore export permits are supposed to be only granted for the export of small amounts of minerals during the exploration stage

Residents of Sibuyan island stage protest rally against mining operations

Sibuyan Island has been said to be one of the most unspoiled ecosystems in the Philippines and the world

Religious leaders urge local officials of Romblon province to stand against...

“Listen to your people. Choose life for ‘choosing life means making sacrifices and self-restraint’”

Catholic priests oppose mining in Romblon’s Sibuyan Island

“We are one with you in shouting ‘no to mining,'” said the diocesan youth director of Romblon

Diocese of Romblon, magpapatayo ng 1,000 bahay para sa mga biktima...

Layunin ng proyekto na bigyan ng maayos at matibay na bahay ang mga mahihirap na pamilya

Romblon diocese expresses fear over impending return of mining companies

The social action director of the diocese warned that mining companies are preparing documents to apply for mining permits

500-step stairway rises in Romblon to mark 500 years of Christianity...

The open-air sacred space will be a center of reflection and learning on ecological spirituality and sustainable actions for the care of creation

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