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Colonialism, Catholicism and the nation’s coming of age

It wouldn’t be an exercise in exaggeration to say that the formation of our history is in itself a struggle

Becoming Jesus’ missionary disciples

Why of all the nations and peoples in Asia was the Philippines chosen by God to be among the first to receive this precious gift?

Priest embraces nature, celebrates Mass in town that rose from the...

The story of the sunken town reflects the Filipino faith that is harnessed in the community, said Father Arnold Abelardo, CMF

Justice remains elusive two years after Filipino priest’s killing

On June 10, the second anniversary of Father Richmond Nilo's killing, Masses were offered as the faithful renewed calls for justice

Philippine bishops cancel plenary assembly for first time in history

The decision was announced on Friday, June 5, citing as reason "the present health condition caused by the COVID-19 pandemic"

For the Philippine Church, change is the only constant

For the Catholic Church in the Philippines, COVID-19 has meant drastic changes in the way it delivers services to the faithful

Church prepares for ‘new normal’

Filipino Catholics can expect marked changes in how they can express their faith amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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