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Stop reinventing the wheel; build upon science studies

Building upon previous leaderships’ accomplishments guarantees quick results

Caritas Philippines starts movement for good governance

“We are doing this to ensure that our elected officials are really faithful to what they have said during the campaign”

Caritas Philippines to boost campaigns on ecology, good governance

"We need to craft local environmental campaigns that propel concrete ecological actions and require the involvement of the community”

Has the Church really failed during the 2022 Philippine elections?

We need to further reflect on the role of the Church in the light of the 'forces of evil at work in our society'

God for us

“Ang Diyos ay hindi nag-iisa kundi nagkakaisa. Hindi rin siya nang-iisa. Siya'y nakikiisa.”

Marcos’ choice of National Museum as venue of inauguration to ‘reopen...

Jesuit priest Albert Alejo expressed hope that the president-elect’s choice will reflect his plans for cultural development

Council of laity backs Caritas Philippines’ ‘principled cooperation’ with Marcos-Duterte

The Church “should rebound immediately and show our sincerity in working for the common good”

Caritas Philippines joins appeals not to postpone village elections

“Pushing back the elections ... reflects how our political leaders undermine the importance of barangay level politics"

Activist priests caution vs Philippine Church’s ‘principled cooperation’ with Marcos-Duterte

“What principles do we set with someone who has no moral principles to show and begin with?” said Father Flaviano Villanueva, SVD

Dream fulfilled for Imelda Marcos as family reclaims presidency

The frail but flamboyant 92-year-old matriarch has been the driving force in the family's comeback from exile to the peak of power

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