Every election period is a promise of better times or a foreboding of what is worse to come. The choice is in our hands. It is as if God is telling us “I have set before you...
Peace be with you. We are aware that many of you have been wondering why your bishops have kept a collective silence over many disturbing issues, about which you may have felt you urgently needed our spiritual and pastoral guidance.
We, Catholic Bishops gathered in our Plenary Assembly in Manila, received today the sad news from Fr. Romeo S. Saniel, OMI, Apostolic Administrator of Jolo, of the bombing of the Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Cathedral in Jolo during the Sunday Mass. We condole with the...
CBCP Pastoral Letter for 2019 Year of the Youth
Many, including myself, are saddened and disturbed by the recent statements made against Bp. Pablo Virgilio David, that allege that he committed actions that question his integrity. Bp. David has already answered clearly and equally all these allegations.
CBCP Pastoral Exhortation on the 50th Anniversary of Humanae Vitae (25 July 1968)
Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, do we not all aspire for the grace to be called “sons and daughters of God?” If we do so, then we must constantly strive to be peacemakers in these troubled times in our country.
These recent days, the news have reported a good number of Catholic priests asking for permit from the Philippine National Police (PNP) that they be allowed to carry firearms.
We sincerely appreciate the decision of our government authorities to keep the missionary visa of Sister Patricia Fox.
We are deeply saddened and terribly disturbed that another priest is brutally killed.
We are totally shocked and in utter disbelief to hear about the brutal killing of Fr. Mark Ventura, Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Tuguegarao.
This is our second statement regarding the situation of Sr. Patricia Fox, NDS, a catholic nun working in the Philippines.