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Bishop Hobayan’s funeral set for March 22

Bishop Hobayan will lie in state at the Diocesan Catholic Center located within the cathedral compound from March 15 to 21

Philippines’ oldest bishop, first bishop of Catarman, dies at 93

Bishop Hobayan retired from episcopal ministry on March 10, 2005, after reaching the mandatory retirement age of 75

‘Cancel culture’ contrary to synodality, says CBCP president Bishop David

Bishop Pablo Virgilio David of Kalookan said the “cancel culture” has become a negative trend in society through social media

Philippine bishops declare annual’ observance of national day of prayer vs...

“The move will further help protect the Filipinos against human trafficking, especially our people on the move,” said Bishop Santos

Philippine Catholic bishops approve creation of public affairs ministry in dioceses

The bishops also approved the elevation its Permanent Committee on Public Affairs into an episcopal commission

Philippine Catholic bishops admit flaws, vow to continue ‘synodal’ journey with...

“We saw gaps and closed doors in our work of evangelization. We saw shadows,” read a statement released by the Church leaders

How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together...

Statement of the Bishops of the Philippines on the National Synodal Consultation, July 4-7, 2022, Tagaytay City

Philippine Catholic bishops dismayed over filing of new divorce bill in...

“It’s unfortunate that some legislators would rather focus on breaking marriages than fixing them or strengthening marital bond”

2022 polls, prelature for OFWS, plenary council top agenda of Philippine...

The national synodal consultation of Church leaders, which will start on Monday, July 4, in Tagaytay City, will precede the CBCP meeting

Catholic bishops hope for peaceful polls, urge Filipinos to respect democratic...

The prelate also reminded supporters of candidates not to destroy personal relationships and friendships with one another

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