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Cebu basilica opens to children, vaccinated seniors

In an advisory, the basilica said children can already enter the church while accompanied by their parents or guardians

20-percent seating capacity sa religious gathering sa Baguio, mananatili

Maliban sa Baguio City, nanatili naman sa 30-percent seating capacity ang pagsasagawa ng religious activities sa lalawigan ng Benguet

Churches in Metro Manila suspend public celebration of Masses due to...

All dioceses in the Philippine capital have ordered the suspension of the celebration of public Masses until August 20

Church concert blamed for rise in COVID-19 cases in central Philippine...

On June 14, the Philippines recorded 6,426 new COVID-19 cases while 7,145 were reported to have recovered from the disease

Laguna bishop welcomes gov’t decision to allow more church attendance

Religious gatherings are allowed 30 percent capacity, with local government units having the option to increase this to 50 percent

Forego ‘fiestas,’ religious gatherings to avoid spread of COVID, Filipino Catholics...

A 'fiesta' is commonly about the celebration of a city's or a village's patron saint, or of harvest especially during the month of May

Philippines to ease COVID curbs in capital as daily cases decline

President Duterte appealed to the public to "tone down" any religious gatherings and to stay mindful of the current situation

Several churches in Thailand suspend activities due to surge of COVID-19...

Bishop Joseph Phibun of Nakhon-Sawan diocese said the Catholic Church is doing its best to help in government efforts to control the outbreak

Diocese of Balanga cancels fiestas, festivals due to pandemic

"We must not be reluctant to practice our faith with the most solid action of resistance against this battle of COVID-19 pandemic"

India’s coronavirus tally overtakes Brazil, thousands join ritual bath

The country now accounts for one in every six daily infections worldwide

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