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Vatican official urges journalists to make refugees’ aspirations ‘known to the...

“As journalists, you are in a privileged position to listen to their cry and make their aspirations known to the world”

St. Titus Brandsma relic visits bishops’ plenary assembly in Aklan

During the first day of the assembly on July 8, Carmelite Br. Lester Hallig also addressed the bishops on the life of the journalist and World War II martyr

Pope Francis thanks journalists for ‘work at the service of the...

“It is the heart that moves us toward open and receptive communication,” said the pope at the end of his weekly Regina Caeli prayer

Prayer of a journalist saint before he died for freedom of...

The Carmelites’ account of the saint’s life posted on their website includes a poem written by him on Feb. 12-13, 1942

Rights group decries threats against right to privacy of journalists, public

Karapatan slammed the “unsolicited visits” as “blatant invasion of privacy” and “ill-disguised threat and harassment”

Challenge to Catholic communicators

“Communication does not take place if listening has not taken place, and there is no good journalism without the ability to listen"

More than 130 journalists arrested in Myanmar, media group says

Among those arrested, 109 were men and 26 were women, while three other journalists were killed in the course of their work

‘We must not lose our sense of humor’: Pope writes to...

Pope Francis confirmed that he saw the photo and even thanked Martínez-Brocal for his “noble” post

Outspoken news anchor reports from Myanmar’s jungles amid media crackdown

Each day, Htet Htet Eaindra Aung records a news segment in front of a greenscreen for online-only news outlets

Myanmar military arrests more journalists

Arrested were Sithu Aung Myint, commentator with Voice of America, and Htet Htet Khine, freelance producer for BBC Media Action

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