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Reflection: Bidding my Bishop a bittersweet goodbye

Bishop Ner sees further than I do because that’s what leaders are. And if I am seeing now what he wants me to see before, then I am grateful

Former CBCP president Bishop Odchimar dies at 83

The diocese said the bishop died at 10:27 a.m., at San Pedro Hospital in Davao City after a long battle with diabetes and kidney complications

Rural reflection: Gift of encounter (Part 1)

Authority is temporary while spirituality remains. This is something of a rarity among the diocesan clergy now.

Making sense of the ‘nonsense’

While we continue to accept the challenge of being the “salt of the earth”, it will still take longer for us to purify ourselves

‘Don’t be ashamed of your humble beginnings,” bishop tells priests

“Never forget the village, never forget your humble beginnings, and do not be ashamed of your humble beginnings”

Mindanao bishop appeals to political leaders to be open to dissenting...

“If handled maturely, it will bring out the best in you as a public servant,” he said, adding that dissent is a “form of service”

Bishop in Mindanao rallies faithful to defend environment against mining

“The future of humanity depends on how we take good care of the whole creation,” said Bishop Raul Dael of Tandag

Bishop of Tandag calls for protection of environment following severe flooding

Floodwaters engulfed houses and communities, displacing 9,552 families, or 30,650 people, in 15 towns and two cities

Catholic dioceses in Mindanao declared safe after strong quake

“We are fine. No major damages. Of course, many were afraid,” said Bishop Jose Colin Bagaforo of Kidapawan following the earthquake

Pandemic must not stop concern for social justice — Mindanao bishop

Bishop Raul Dael of Tandag warns of the impact of the country’s new anti-terrorism law, which faces legal challenges before the Supreme Court

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