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Health ministry ng simbahan, tiniyak ang pakikipagtulungan sa bagong kalihim ng...
"As we are improving our health systems, never forget that we need to strengthen community systems (for health) as well"
Denial of Duterte’s top critic’s plea for bail draws flak
“Every day of her continuing detention, just like that of the more than 700 political prisoners at present, is a day of injustice against her"
Santuario de La Salle wins prestigious architecture award
The Santuario de La Salle was designed by Carlos Arnaiz Architects (CAZA), a Brooklyn-based architecture and design firm
In Photos: US, Japan, and PH hold first-ever trilateral military drill
The three Coast Guards hold the first-ever joint military exercises amidst the rising tensions in the Indo-Pacific region
Good Bad Mother: Pigs as symbols of failures and success
Failure may seem like a setback, but it allows us to unlock great potential, refine our path, and learn what works and what does not
Australia diocese ordains first Filipino priest in 30 years
The bishop said Taberdo was a “local boy”, whose migrant family settled in Palmerston and who answered God’s call to serve his people
Bikolanos, pinag-iingat ng Diocese of Legazpi sa banta ng bulkang Mayon
Naitala ang 74 rockfall events batay sa seismic at visual observation sa bulkan na tumagal ng isa hanggang apat na minuto
Why should we not be bothered by McDo’s stand on affirming...
Mcdonald's is not forcing anyone to accept their stand on lesbian love, they just affirmed the kind of love that the LGBTQIA+ community has
Green groups rally against reclamation projects
Some 53 ongoing and planned reclamation projects are impacting approximately 27,000 hectares of coastal areas in the Philippines
Green groups demand halt to destructive mining
The groups expressed concern about the potential consequences of the government's drive to revitalize the mining industry