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Caritas Philippines demands nationwide mining moratorium

“We demand a moratorium to halt the ongoing damage and hold a national conversation. Is profit more important than people's lives?"

Caritas Philippines hits Charter change push

Caritas Philippines reminded the government of its sacred duty to fulfill the promises of the 1986 EDSA Uprising

Caritas Philippines urges Filipinos to support calls for PH to rejoin...

Caritas called on Congress and the Supreme Court to exercise their check and balance power in favor of the Philippines' rejoining the ICC

Church leaders urge BPI to celebrate its 172nd year with a...

They called on all financial institutions, including BPI, to assess the social and environmental implications of their financing activities

Catholic priest hits proposal to abolish agency tasked to recover ill-gotten...

“We were warned early on that if Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. wins the election, our quest for the ill-gotten wealth will be over”

Philippine green groups appeal for break from trash during Holy Week

The faithful are urged to explore and embrace practices that will help reduce the generation of trash in households and communities

2 Catholic bishops join calls to dismiss impeach raps vs Supreme...

Bishop Jose Colin Bagaforo of Kidapawan said there are more pressing issues that legislators need to address than an impeachment complaint

Super typhoon is ‘baptism of fire’ for new head of Caritas...

Several religious organizations have started soliciting donations for those who were affected by super typhoon Rolly

Duterte needs to walk the talk on disaster management, says Caritas...

Father Tony Labiao said one cannot talk about climate change resilience as coal power plants and mining flourish in the country.

Caritas Philippines’ new executive secretary to go strong on rights advocacy,...

Father Antonio Labiao said the National Secretariat for Social Action will give more focus on issues on human rights and good governance

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