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Kapag ang mga mandarambong ay nakakalaya at nakakakandidato sa eleksyon gamit ang salapi na ninakaw sa bayan, dapat na magsalita ang Simbahan
“Magnitsky sanctions” include travel bans and targeted financial sanctions against "perpetrators of egregious acts of international concern”
In a pastoral letter, the country’s Catholic bishops called on the Filipino people to “fight indifference” especially during the elections
Palace spokesman Martin Andanar lamented that Amnesty International allegedly failed to verify its latest report
The presidential palace acknowledged that the government needs to do “much more” to protect citizens from hunger and poverty
This series aims to clarify issues confronting Filipino Christians, Catholics in particular, ahead of the country's national elections
The prelate urged everyone to pray the rosary during the occasion "for world peace as we hope for the end of wars among nations and peoples"
“Even if Europe is relatively far from the Philippines, we have every reason to be apprehensive about these global developments”
“It is a great consolation for us to have someone from a not-so-distant generation praying and interceding for us in our current struggles"
Bishop Ruperto Santos of Balanga said the move “will be our gift to the whole world”