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Palawan bishop backs protest against mining in Brooke’s Point

The prelate rallied behind the residents who, according to him, just want to assert their rights and protect their environment

Typhoon survivors in Palawan to move to new homes built by...

The Apostolic Vicariate of Puerto Princesa on October 10 will turn over 63 housing units to families devastated by the typhoon last December

Obispo ng Puerto Princesa, nangangamba dahil sa patuloy na pagmimina

Ayon kay Bishop Mesiona, lubhang maaapektuhan ng pagmimina ang kabuhayan ng mga magsasaka dahil sa mga ginagamit na kemikal

Pagmimina, dahilan ng matinding pagbaha sa Palawan, ayon sa obispo

“Ang kagubatan ay masasakripisyo na naman ng pagmimina," ayon kay Bishop Mesiona ng Puerto Princesa

Puerto Princesa bishop calls on people to get vaccinated against COVID-19

Bishop Socrates Mesiona urged the faithful to get vaccinated to hasten the return to normal life

Puerto Princesa holds ‘penitential walk’ for protection against COVID-19

Bishop Socrates Mesiona led the activity to mark the end of the four-day retreat of members of the clergy in the vicariate

Philippine bishop alarmed over presence of Chinese vessels in disputed waters

The Philippines reported about 220 vessels, believed to be manned by Chinese maritime militia personnel, anchored at the Julian Felipe Reef

Poll watchdogs laud people of Palawan province for successful plebiscite

The people of Palawan rejected the proposal to divide the province into three during a plebiscite held on March 13, 2021

Palawan decides not to split; Catholic bishop calls for respect for...

Unofficial count of votes shows that majority of the residents said no to the law seeking to split the province into three

Bishop of Palawan urges faithful to ‘vote for common good’ during...

People of Palawan are expected to vote in a plebiscite on March 13 to decide on the proposed division of the province

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