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Philippine literary giant F. Sionil Jose dies

In a 2019 interview with CNN Philippines, Jose said he wanted his epitaph to read: "He wrote stories and believed in them”

What is the ‘Black Nazarene’?

“Our culture is a culture of touch and, significantly, in a way we want to touch heaven”

Manila prelate urges faithful to use technology to show devotion to...

“We ask for forgiveness and understanding that because of the pandemic we cannot do the traditional activities during the feast”

Oxfam, ‘Girl Defenders’ alliance laud passage of anti-child marriage law

The Philippines ranks 12th worldwide among countries with the highest numbers of child marriages

Manila’s annual religious procession of Black Nazarene cancelled due to COVID-19...

The Department of Health said the Philippines is now at "high-risk" classification for COVID-19

Philippines now ‘high risk’ for COVID-19

On Monday, January 3, the Department of Health recorded 4,084 new COVID-19 cases with 497 recoveries and 16 deaths

Philippines’ current population growth projected to be slowest since 1946

The population commission is projecting the slowest population rise this year with only a 0.3 percent increase in population growth

Photos: Celebrating Christmas in the shadow of COVID-19

Despite more relaxed health protocols, the celebrations were still subdued, with fewer people attending the midnight Masses

Typhoon survivors wish for roofs and food on Christmas

Widespread destruction caused by the typhoon has dampened celebrations as many survivors plead for drinking water and food

Many Filipinos face Christmas homeless following super typhoon

The storm struck at a time when people were already feeling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic

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