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Taumbayan, hinimok ng SLP na magpaabot ng tulong sa Maui fire

Batay sa tala ng Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) may tinatayang 25,000 ang bilang ng mga Filipino-Americans sa Maui

Catholic lay group warns against inclusion of ‘same-sex union’ in school...

DepEd, however, maintained that the topic of same-sex unions and marriages has been in the basic education curriculum since 2013

Catholic lay group urges faithful to join ‘Walk for life’ on...

Laiko’s Walk for Life was first held in 2017 and has since become a yearly event to defend the “culture of life”

Philippine Council of the Laity condemns filing of divorce bill in...

“Allowing divorce will further damage the Filipino family and attack the morals and values that are inherently [Filipino]”

Council of laity backs Caritas Philippines’ ‘principled cooperation’ with Marcos-Duterte

The Church “should rebound immediately and show our sincerity in working for the common good”

Philippine lay group vows to deliver ‘Catholic vote’ on May 9

"I believe that with prayer and action, we can deliver the Catholic vote," said Raymond Daniel Cruz Jr., president of Laiko

Lay Catholics’ endorsement of Robredo is no Church endorsement, says priest

Church leaders are reminded not to support candidates whose platforms are inconsistent with the teachings of the Church

Philippine lay Catholic council endorses candidacy of Leni Robredo

Robredo “bested the others” based on her “track-record of service, dedication to good governance," among others

Lay Catholic groups raise questions over sale of Philippine gas facility...

The Sangguniang Laiko ng Pilipinas said it supports the graft case filed by some concerned citizens against officials involved

Philippine Catholic lay council backs setting up of more ‘community pantries’

LAIKO said the movement to help people who are most in need “is unprecedented and unequaled during this crucial time of the pandemic”

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