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Holy Week is memorial of God’s mercy, says Manila archbishop

“When trials come and troubles pile up, we begin to stray and like the disciples we too can turn away from Jesus,” Advincula said.

IN PHOTOS: Filipino Catholics honor ‘our persecuted brothers and sisters’ on...

Approximately 250 million Christians worldwide live in environments where they face violent persecution, discrimination, or restrictions

Manila Cathedral to hold tributes for 2 late cardinals

It noted that the blessing and opening of the exhibit at the Blessed Souls Chapel will be held after the blessing of the tomb

In Photos: ‘Popes in the Philippines’ exhibition

The exhibit showcases memorabilia from the apostolic journeys of St. Pope Paul VI, St. Pope John Paul II, and Pope Francis

Manila Cathedral to exhibit memorabilia of papal visits to the Philippines

The exhibit showcasing papal visit memorabilia will be on display in the cathedral’s Blessed Souls Chapel until Sunday, July 2

Manila Cathedral joins Independence Day celebration with open house

The cathedral will give people access to areas that are usually off-limits such as the side chapels, crypt, and the choir loft

Listen to the voice of the faithful, new rector of Manila...

"Your mission here is not just to maintain this building or promote this cathedral as a center of tourism and culture"

Photos: Easter Vigil at the Manila Cathedral

The Easter Vigil is the most important liturgy of public worship and Mass of the liturgical year

New rector for Manila Cathedral to be installed

Msgr. Rolando dela Cruz will be installed on April 14 at a ceremony to be presided over by Cardinal Jose Advincula, archbishop of Manila

Manila archdiocese to celebrate Mass for Benedict XVI on Jan 6

The celebration will be held at the Manila Cathedral with Cardinal Jose Advincula and Archbishop Charles John Brown

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