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Priests, religious urged to take ‘active role’ in Philippine elections

Many priests and religious have reportedly “forgotten to be prophets” and have not worked for “principled political participation”

Ang mga pari ba ay hindi pinahihintulutang tumakbong kandidato?

Ang pagkandidato sa pampublikong posisyon ay hindi naaayon at nararapat sa kaparian

Speaking out against ‘sinful politics’ is a challenge for Philippine clergy

Speaking out against “sinful politics” has become dangerous for some members of the clergy in the Philippines

Catholic priests, nuns endorse Robredo, Pangilinan candidacies

The group, which claimed to have at least 500 members, is the latest religious organization to express support for Robredo and Pangilinan

Options on the ground

Clergy and religious help to put into practice Pope Francis’ dream of a listening, dialogical and synodal Church

The Church’s prohibition on the clergy’s participation in partisan politics

All Christians and the whole Church “must be involved in the area of politics when Gospel values are at stake”

Can priests and religious endorse political candidates?

In practice, priests who run for public office need to renounce their ministerial functions or are suspended from exercising them

The journey of a Filipino cardinal from Capiz to the world

Archbishop Joe Advincula's vision for the Church goes beyond the peripheries from where he works

Priests in Manila archdiocese to fast, hold ‘penitential walk’ for end...

The “day of prayer and fasting” will be held on June 1, the beginning of the month of the Sacred Heart

Filipino priest offers Pope Francis souvenir from hometown

The gifts included a handwoven hat and bag made by the people of Pandan town in Antique and a “patadyong” from the town of Bugasong

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