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Bishops join opposition to renaming of Manila international airport

The church leaders said there are far more important issues that the government should address than the renaming of an airport

From the lens of power (2)

While everybody is so preoccupied trying to survive the pandemic, why and how can the immediate threat of terrorism be so real?

Church leaders, rights groups cry foul over libel conviction of Filipino...

The court ruled that Maria Ressa and Reynaldo Santos are guilty of cyber libel charges over a complaint filed by a businessman

Philippine church leaders call for defense of freedom on Independence Day

A network of church workers and rights advocates announced that they will join demonstrations against the proposed anti-terror law on June 12

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

The contagion of corruption must stop

In 2019, the Philippines got its lowest ranking in 7 years in the Corruption Perceptions Index of Transparency International

Philippine Catholic schools join clamor against anti-terror bill

Catholic educators decry several provisions of the proposed law that they said are in conflict with Catholic tenets of justice

From the lens of power (1)

In the present tribulation of ABS-CBN, whose freedom are we actually referring to – ours or theirs?

Church groups warn against anti-terror bill, call on Duterte to veto...

Catholic and Protestant church groups warn of the possible negative impact on the public of the Philippines' proposed anti-terrorism law

Resistance is a moral choice

Pope Francis warned of “palliative activities" while waiting for everything to return to "normal" and ignoring the people who have fallen

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