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Dim prospects for resumption of Philippine peace talks

The armed rebellion acts as a drag on economic and social development

Bombing of cathedral has ‘not destroyed relations’ between Filipino Muslims and...

People have strengthened inter-religious dialogue in the province of Sulu resulting in harmonious relationships and religious tolerance

Church, green groups launch ‘Withdraw from Coal’ drive in Manila

The Philippines has the third biggest coal capacity in the pipeline at 12.014 gigawatts of new coal power

Bishop says ‘virus of indifference’ affects many Filipinos

The spate of killings in the country has been linked by human rights groups to the govt’s ‘war on drugs’

Philippine Protestant church group cries foul over alleged police harassment

The United Church of Christ in the Philippines (UCCP) is up in arms over what it perceives as harassment by an alleged paramilitary group in its...

Cardinal Tagle bids farewell to Manila faithful

Pope Francis has named Cardinal Tagle prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples, also known as Propaganda Fide

When our ‘fathers’ grow up

At the heart of the Church’s problem is its refusal to see why sexual abuse cases inflame so much passion

Who will be Manila’s next archbishop?

Whoever is named as archbishop of Manila is expected to figure prominently in the last two years of the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte

‘Not colonialism but faith’: Celebrating 500 years of Christianity in the...

The Church and Christianity is an integral part of Philippine history and culture

Philippine Catholic bishops create office to address clergy sex abuse

The new office is intended to help people bring their concerns on issues regarding the protection of minors

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