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Various sectors raise high expectations from Duterte’s SONA

Various sectors raised mixed expectations from Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s State of the Nation Address on Monday, July 27

AMRSP statement on the occasion of President Duterte’s SONA

Religious superiors in the country issues a statement signifying their solidarity with the people in time of President Rodrigo Duterte's SONA

Catholic Church leaders call on President Duterte to stick to ‘truth’...

“This is not the time to blame anybody. This is not the time to criticize anybody. This is the time for us to know the truth.”

On Church and Politics

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Negros bishop: ‘Change has come, but for the worse’

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza of San Carlos said the increasing human rights violations are not the kind of change the country needs

Catholic, Protestant church leaders file petition against Philippines’ anti-terrorism law

The church leaders joined other sectors who earlier filed several petitions asking for the declaration of the law as “unconstitutional”

What’s behind Charter change amid the pandemic?

Charter change initiatives since the 1990s have all been shot down in Congress precisely by political families with ulterior motives

Threats, trolls will not stop Church’s prophetic role, say Catholic bishops,...

Religious groups have announced their intention to join demonstrations on July 27 to protest alleged human rights abuses, new anti-terror law

Priest stresses need for ‘critical collaboration’ of Church, State

Father Anton Pascual of Caritas Manila said the Church and State should always enter into “collaboration” and “dialogue.”

‘Action plan’ ng Pangulong Duterte sa COVID-19 pandemic, nais marinig ng...

Kinondena ni Bishop Pabillo ang kasalukuyang tugon ng pamahalaan na nagtalaga ng pulis at militar upang humarap sa krisis pangkalusugan

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