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‘Umalagad’: Remembering our beloved dead

We always know deep within us that our beloved dead are “umalagad,” our loved ones have always served both in life and in death

British artist who lobbied for return of Balangiga church bells dies

The British author was a lifetime member of the Philippine National Historical Society and had lived in the country for nearly 30 years

Filipino o Pilipino, ano nga ba talaga?

Hidwaan. Pagkalito. Ligalig. Iyan umano ang hatid ng paggamit ng "Filipino" at "Filipinas" ayon sa Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino.

Message of papal nuncio to Filipinos: ‘Let us recommit ourselves to...

"Let us continue to walk always as children of the light, keeping the flame of faith alive in our hearts"

What’s wrong with ‘Jesus’ and ‘Mary’ on the Philippines’ ‘Mission Cross’

Church leaders said they are aware of criticisms about the use the the ancient script on the “Mission Cross”

Diocese of Maasin in central Philippines unveils 1521 Easter Sunday Mass...

Titled “First Easter Mass in the Philippines,” the painting will be displayed in the planned Cultural Heritage Museum of the diocese

Christian faith ‘gift from God…not from Spain,’ say Philippine Catholic bishops

The bishops admitted that Filipinos "have obviously not always succeeded” in accepting the good and rejecting the evil brought by Spain

CBCP Pastoral letter Celebrating the 500th Year of Christianity in the...

'Let this year be a year of looking back in history so that we can understand better who we are in the present as communities of disciples'

Philippines releases stamps to mark quincentennial of country’s first Easter Mass

PHLPost released the stamps ahead of the celebration on Limasawa Island in Southern Leyte province on March 31

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