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Council of laity backs Caritas Philippines’ ‘principled cooperation’ with Marcos-Duterte

The Church “should rebound immediately and show our sincerity in working for the common good”

Philippine lay group vows to deliver ‘Catholic vote’ on May 9

"I believe that with prayer and action, we can deliver the Catholic vote," said Raymond Daniel Cruz Jr., president of Laiko

Lay Catholics’ endorsement of Robredo is no Church endorsement, says priest

Church leaders are reminded not to support candidates whose platforms are inconsistent with the teachings of the Church

Philippine lay Catholic council endorses candidacy of Leni Robredo

Robredo “bested the others” based on her “track-record of service, dedication to good governance," among others

Philippine Catholic lay council backs setting up of more ‘community pantries’

LAIKO said the movement to help people who are most in need “is unprecedented and unequaled during this crucial time of the pandemic”

Philippine Catholic bishops to consecrate nation to St. Joseph on May...

The Council of the Laity has laid out a 33-day “spiritual preparation” for the celebration that will start on March 30

Council of the Laity invites Filipinos to webinar on St. Joseph

Pope Francis has proclaimed a “Year of Saint Joseph” from Dec. 8, 2020, to Dec. 8, 2021

Catholic lay organization calls on Philippine legislators to leave Constitution alone

Legislators supported resolutions giving Congress the flexibility to amend the restrictive economic provisions in the 1987 Constitution

Philippine Catholic lay council calls for stop to death penalty revival

Laiko said legislators should remove "blinders" that prevent them from seeing that death penalty is an offense against human life

Laiko appeals for offerings, contributions to churches

The Sangguniang Laiko ng Pilipinas, or Laiko, appealed for contributions to churches amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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