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Students in Catholic schools reject mandatory military training

Some 53 percent of the respondents disagreed with the revival of mandatory ROTC, while 28 percent agreed and 19 percent were undecided

Catholic schools reject political candidates engaged in ‘historical revisionism’

“We value truth, and thus we deplore the massive disinformation that is deceiving our people, especially our youth," read a CEAP statement

Philippine bishop backs health, academic break in Church-run institutions

The Philippines on January 12 logged its highest number of active cases so far as 32,246 new COVID-19 cases were recorded

Philippine Catholic bishops say rights situation ‘worrisome,’ red-tagging of schools ‘ridiculous’

The bishops said it is "ridiculous" to say that several Catholic universities in the country have become “breeding grounds” of communists

107-year-old Catholic school in Manila to close down in 2022 due...

The Missionary Sisters Servants of the Holy Spirit that runs the school said the coronavirus pandemic has “exacerbated the situation”

Catholic schools in Dumaguete diocese ‘surviving’ on reserves

Bulk of the "modest resources" of the Diocesan schools has gone to the salary of teachers and employees in the past three months

Philippine Catholic schools to probe sexual harassment allegations in campuses

Students and alumni of the high school department of Miriam College reported alleged incidents of sexual harassment involving faculty members

Private schools deserve government support

At least 400 private schools face closure because of lack of enrollees, according to a study done by the schools

Catholic schools ask gov’t to include employees in cash aid program

The appeal was contained in a letter dated June 20 to Senator Sherwin Gatchalian, chairman of the Senate’s basic education committee

Church groups warn against anti-terror bill, call on Duterte to veto...

Catholic and Protestant church groups warn of the possible negative impact on the public of the Philippines' proposed anti-terrorism law

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