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Negros bishop urges prayer, aid amid Kanlaon eruption

The bishop said the diocese is committed to collaborate with the affected local government units in serving those in need.

San Carlos diocese commits to climate action plan

The gravity of the situation calls for a collective and meaningful action to mitigate the negative impacts of the climate crisis

Do not erase the truth!: A Pastoral Message of the Diocese...

“Learn to do good; seek justice, correct oppression; bring justice to the fatherless, and please the widow's cause…” (Isaiah 1:17)

Pamahalaan, hinimok ng obispo na talikuran ang pamumuhunan sa fossil gas

Iginiit ni Bishop Alminaza na lumilikha ang Negros Island ng malaking kapasidad ng malinis na enerhiya

Dance challenge para sa kalikasan, inilunsad ng Diocese ng San Carlos

Hinihimok ni Bishop Alminaza ang mananampalataya na makibahagi sa “Tiktok Dance Challenge” para sa kalikasan

Negros bishop says Filipinos must continue to speak against killings

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza of San Carlos urged the faithful to reflect on “despotic killings” and become human rights defenders

Bishop Alminaza of San Carlos recovers from COVID-19

The bishop ended his quarantine on Friday but was advised to "conscientiously" guard his health due to "pre-existing medical conditions”

Catholic bishop condemns killing of gov’t consultant in central Philippines

Bishop Alminaza of San Carlos said the killing is "another mark of senselessness on the use of violence against human life"

Bishop renews call for probe into killings of indigenous people in...

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza of San Carlos made the appeal after reports that those killed tested negative from gunpowder residue

Catholic bishop warns killings in Negros to spread if ‘roots of...

The bishop said that to date, there are at least 106 cases of “unsolved extrajudicial killings” in Negros Island

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