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Filipino nun waves ‘red card’ for Qatar for alleged violations of...

Qatar's ruler said criticism over his country's hosting of the FIFA World Cup was "slander”

Catholic nun says sex education, responsibility to lower cases of unintended...

A UNFPA report noted that 51 percent of pregnancies in the Philippines are unintended

Sister Mary John, Brother Armin to receive award from Philippine Catholic...

The recognition is the highest award presented by the Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines

Activist nun dismayed over continuing violence against women, children

The Philippines has consistently topped the world in social media usage, exposing children to content that results in abuse and exploitation

Filipino nun hits use of religion to justify discrimination of LGBTQI...

Religion should not be used to justify discrimination and all Filipinos, regardless of sexual orientation, have the same rights

Pandemya, hindi hadlang sa 2022 national elections

Maraming pamamaraan na maaring suriin at pag-aralan ang Commission on Elections upang magamit na sistema sa eleksyon

Sister Mary John gets support from Philippine religious superiors

The AMRSP said the nun “may have taken avant-garde positions on issues of church and society but in no way was it meant to aid and abet the enemies of the State”

International theologians condemn ‘red-tagging’ of Filipino Benedictine nun

The scholars noted that the nun “has been unwavering in her commitment to justice and peace, which are concrete expressions of love.”

Senator stands by Benedictine nun tagged as having links with ‘terrorists’

“Personally I don’t believe that. I marched with Sister Mananzan in the streets before," said the senator in an online forum.

Benedictine nun unfazed by ‘red-tagging’

Sister Mananzan, a known political and women’s rights activist, said she is undaunted by the accusation, which she described as “libelous”

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