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Philippine Churches open ‘Season of Creation,’ call for accountability 

The observance will culminate on October 4, the liturgical memorial of St. Francis of Assisi, patron of ecology

Church groups join protests as Marcos Jr. delivers State of the...

Church leaders, however, said that the “real state of the nation” is very evident in communities where hunger and poverty are prevalent

Missionaries in Philippines still in crosshairs of red-tagging

Red-tagging is a practice by authorities in the Philippines that associates people and groups critical of the government with communists

Why should we not be bothered by McDo’s stand on affirming...

Mcdonald's is not forcing anyone to accept their stand on lesbian love, they just affirmed the kind of love that the LGBTQIA+ community has

Protestant church worker tells UN of continuing rights violations in the...

Toquero expressed alarm that church people and humanitarian workers are targeted under the country’s anti-terrorism law

Protestant Churches decry ‘state of brokenness’ of Philippines rights situation

“When human rights are denied and violated, God’s image is also violated in us, as we are created in God’s image”

Protestant council welcomes final conviction of military general linked to rights...

Human rights groups warned authorities who abuse their power that they can’t get away with justice

Philippine Protestant council urges Filipinos to ‘remain critical and vigilant’ following...

“Let us continue to pray, act, and hold fast in protecting our rights and democracy,” said Bishop Reuel Marigza, NCCP secretary general

Protestant Church group decries court decision to uphold terror law

The NCCP said it is "deeply concerned that the terror law will be instrumental to the continued attacks against human rights and dignity"

Protestant council calls for probe into alleged military encounter that killed...

The group said it is “deeply distressed” by the deaths of Chad Booc and Gelejurain Ngujo who have volunteered as teachers in Mindanao

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