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Quiapo’s ‘traslacion’ suspended due to threats of COVID-19

The celebration of the Feast of the Black Nazarene will be done through a motorcade in selected areas of Manila

Photos: Philippines’ ‘Flores de Mayo’ during the pandemic

“Flores de Mayo (Flowers of May)” is a devotion in the Philippines dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary

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

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

We need to be knights

Disaster risk reduction and management is supposed to be our sword and shield against natural tragedies

Photos: Filipinos observe ‘Solemnity of Christ the King’ during pandemic

Filipino Catholics mark "Christ the King" Sunday with simple processions in communities due to restrictions brought by the pandemic

Promotion of justice, peace and integrity of creation: Theological-Ecclesiological perspective

Why should we work for justice, peace and integrity of creation? Is this really an integral dimension of our being Christian?

Annual ‘Parade of Saints,’ now dubbed ‘Your Saint Sounds Familiar,’ to...

A Manila parish is calling on everyone to join the online activity that has been dubbed "Your Saint Sounds Familiar"

Curfew, kinokonsidera sa pagdaraos ng Simbang Gabi

Sa kasalukuyan ay mula alas-10 ng gabi hanggang alas-5 ng umaga ang curfew hours na ipinatutupad sa Metro Manila

For first time in many years, Manila holds no religious procession...

The feast of the “Our Lady of La Naval de Manila” is one of the highlights of the annual celebration of the Month of the Holy Rosary

Philippine diocese celebrates Mary’s ‘birthday’ amid pandemic

Despite restrictions due to the pandemic, religious activities were held, including the traditional sea procession

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