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Catholic bishop of Basilan says killing of Lamitan mayor ‘disturbing and...

The bishop of Basilan said the slain mayor was an active partner of the local Church in peace building efforts and inter-religious projects

Basilan bishop condemns bomb attacks, appeals for promotion of peace, development

"The explosion … is unwarranted by every person who desires but peace and well-being," said Bishop Leo Dalmao

Basilan prelature to open martyrdom cause for slain Claretian missionary priest

Father Gallardo died on May 3, 2000, in a crossfire between the Abu Sayyaf and Philippine government security forces

Paglapastangan ng mga imahe sa Basilan kinundena ng mga misyonerong Claretiano

Suportado ng kongregasyon ang panawagan ni Bishop Leo Dalmao sa mamamayan na manatiling kalmado

Basilan prelate won’t allow desecration of chapels to derail peace efforts

Bishop Leo Dalmao of Isabela prelature said the recent attacks will in no way distract their works to promote inter-religious dialogue

Catholic bishop calls for unity after beheading of religious images in...

Images of Catholic saints and other religious icons were found to have been desecrated in at least two village chapels in Basilan

Muslims, Christians in Basilan pool money for typhoon victims in Luzon

Market vendors easily gave from US$10 to US$20 each to the fund-raising drive organized by a local Catholic school

Philippine Muslim village dedicates plaza to slain Catholic missionary priest

Father Bellen said the village square in front of the church is a "witness to the pain, struggle, and joy” of the community

Priest in southern Philippines sells fish to help poor parishioners

Father Joel Silagpo says that by selling fish rhe aises funds for the parish and enters into a dialogue with Muslims

Martyred Filipino missionary priest remembered for offering life for others

The death of Catholic priest Rhoel Gallardo in the hands of terrorists in the southern Philippines 20 years ago remains a reminder to church people that "life is worth living if we sacrifice for God’s greater glory."

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