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Philippine democracy in peril, says Bacolod bishop

Bishop Patricio Buzon of Bacolod said attacks on critics are indicative of the government's intolerance for views that question policies

State of the Nation 2020: Not good

For the country's Catholic bishops, what Duterte will report to Congress will not reflect the actual situation in the country.

Philippine Catholic bishops say no to Charter change

The bishops said legislators should instead focus on uplifting the lives of people caught in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic

From the House of Sin to the House of David: How...

Today, in the era of alt-truth, fake news and revisionist ideas, the bishops' pastoral letters are one of few avenues whereby facts and truth can be gleamed

Manila bishop dares government to sue Philippine Catholic Church leaders

Presidential legal counsel Salvador Panelo accused the bishops of pressuring the Supreme Court to decide against the anti-terrorism law

Philippine Catholic bishops must sustain defense of their battered flock

The Philippine Catholic bishops’ conference may have found their lines on the sand: the new anti-terror law and the series of attacks on media

Philippine Catholic bishops warn of nation’s ‘bleak political landscape’

The Catholic bishops' conference likened the Philippine situation to a "proverbial frog swimming in a pot of slowly boiling water"

Humility and hubris

Cardinal Tagle is right: We need leaders who would be humble enough to recognize their weaknesses and be kind toward those already suffering

Duterte’s anti-terror law unites fractious Philippine opposition

Various political opposition groups will hold a demonstration in the Philippine capital on July 27 when President Duterte delivers his SONA

Treating citizens like cattle

Families left by the wayside during the pandemic know it is the government that is the biggest threat to their safety and security

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