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Panatilihin ang mabuting adhikain sa pamayanan at kapwa, panawagan ng Obispo...

Sa bahagi ng Armed Forces of the Philippines, idinaos narin ang wreath-laying ceremony sa pangunguna ni Pangulong Ferdinand Marcos Jr

Military Ordinariate calls for prayers for peaceful SK, barangay elections

The Commission on Elections has earlier reported that at least two village officials have been killed in recent weeks

Philippine military diocese backs Marcos’ call to crack down on private...

“It is the responsibility of the government to take strong action to dismantle these groups and confiscate their weapons”

Military ties ng Pilipinas sa ibang bansa, kinilala ng obispo

“Alam po natin na hindi lang po ito tungkol sa mga preparation for sigalot, ito rin po ay pagbubuklod ng mga bansa,” ayon sa obispo

Military Ordinariate supports ‘Alay Kapwa Solidarity Appeal’

“What we can do is to be a great help, to be a good brother, dahil ito man, hindi natin alam ito ay mangyari sa atin”

Mandatory military training for youth ‘good if done right,’ says Catholic...

In his State of the Nation Address last year, President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. included the ROTC Program in his 19-point priority agenda

Military bishop expresses hope new defense deal with US to benefit...

The agreement to expand cooperation in "strategic areas of the country" was made during a visit by US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin

Philippine military bishop expected to visit island near disputed territory with...

“This camp visit is my way of telling [the military] that ‘Hey, I am a shepherd,' and then I am also taking care of them"

Philippine military bishop backs call for mandatory military service

Bishop Florencio said the state should ensure that the rights of those who would undergo military service should be respected

Military bishop offers prayers for plane crash victims in Sulu

Bishop Oscar Florencio asked all military chaplains to offer Masses for the 50 people who died in the crash

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