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Photos: ‘Way of the Cross’ through the years in central Philippine...

Spanish era diptychs showing the Way of the Cross are shown side by side photos of activities during the Holy Week in Argao town, Cebu

Photos: Philippines marks another Good Friday under lockdown

Predominantly Catholic Philippines marked Good Friday this year under another lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic

Ang ‘mabuti’ sa ‘Good Friday’

Sa Good Friday, ibinuwis ng Diyos ang kanyang buhay alang-alang sa ating lahat na kanyang minamahal

Colorful Holy Week tradition of ‘Penitentes’ lives on in central Philippines

As an organized and officially recognized parish organization, the “Penitentes” embody the penitential acts of all the parishioners

Be humble, pope tells priests as he begins services leading to...

The pope asked priests to be humble, reminding them that Jesus went about caring for sinners and outcasts

Photos: Manila holds simple ‘Washing of the Feet’ ritual on Holy...

The Archdiocese of Manila held a simple Holy Thursday ritual this year due to the prevailing coronavirus pandemic

Understanding the hatred for Judas

There is something terribly wrong about Christians rushing too quickly into judgment, condemning people they regard as sinners

Holy Week Introspection: Social justice as faith in God

The Holy Week reminds us why we believe in Christ, that is, to speak for those who are systematically forced and bludgeoned into silence

Amid pandemic, Christians in Holy Land look toward Easter

At the sites revered as places of Jesus’s early life and miracles there were cautious, masked celebrations

‘The Case for Christ’

Commemorating Jesus’ love for humanity makes Holy Week meaningful even as we are unable to practice our Holy Week rituals

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