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Green group appeals to faithful not to leave trash in pilgrimage...

Filipinos this week are flocking to pilgrimage sites and tourist destinations after a two-year break due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Saudi Arabia to allow one million hajj pilgrims this year

Usually one of the world's largest religious gatherings, about 2.5 million people took part in 2019

Holy Land opens up to fully vaccinated Filipinos

The Israel Ministry of Tourism announced Thursday that Filipino tourists will be allowed to fly into the country if they are fully vaccinated

Albay bishop orders temporary closure of popular pilgrim site

The Shrine of the Divine Mercy and the Stations of the Cross in Ligao’s Tuburan village will be closed “until further notice"

Mine-free River Jordan shrine ends 50 year wait for Epiphany

The area lies about a kilometer from the Qasr al-Yahud baptism site in the Israeli-occupied West Bank

China imposes stricter rules on Muslim pilgrimage

Chinese Muslims who are ‘patriotic,’ ‘law-abiding,’ will be permitted to visit Mecca, says state-run Islamic association

Photo gallery: Faith amidst the pandemic

Central Philippine town of Oslob welcomes the 2021 Jubilee Cross and pilgrims amidst government COVID-19 restrictions of movement of people.

Korea’s Catholics remember martyrs with plays, prayers

This year marks the 180th anniversary of the Kihae Persecution in 1839, one of the harshest persecutions of the Joseon Dynasty

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