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‘So that others may live’: Final moments of martyred missionary priest...

On May 3, 2000, Claretian missionary priest Rhoel Gallardo died in a crossfire between Abu Sayyaf bandits and government soldiers

The last moments of martyred Filipino missionary priest Rhoel Gallardo, CMF...

The Prelature of Isabela de Basilan launched on May 3, 2021, the cause for the beatification of Filipino Claretian missionary priest Rhoel Gallardo

‘Pro-life warrior’ Father Melvin Castro laid to rest

Father Castro had served as executive secretary of the CBCP Episcopal Commission on Family and Life

Pope Francis names Filipino as apostolic administrator of Guam archdiocese

At the time of his appointment, Fr. Convocar has been serving as vicar general of the archdiocese in the U.S. territory

Negros bishop assures cooperation in probe into alleged rape case involving...

The priest was denied bail by the judge and is currently under the custody of the police of Sagay City

Pope Francis names third Filipino bishop in US

Born in Anda, Pangasinan, Father Celino finished his studies in Philosophy at the Mary Help of Christians Seminary in Dagupan City in 1993

Pope Francis names Filipino Jesuit priest to Vatican’s Catholic education body

Father Quilongquilong is a known theologian with a licentiate and doctorate in spirituality from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome

Pope Francis names Filipino Dominican to Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences

Father Barrera is a moral theologian and professor of economics and theology at Providence College of Providence in the United States

Another Catholic priest dies of COVID-19 in Mindanao’s Malaybalay diocese

Father Pablo Salengua, 67, parish priest of Sts. Peter and Paul Parish in Dalirig, Manolo Fortich town, died on May 4

Filipino priest in Papua New Guinea assault now safe, says bishop

Vincentian priest Manny Lapaz from Cebu is already out of danger and back in his parish in Wapipi, Trobriand Islands

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