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.
ON THE RECENT DETENTION OF SR. PATRICIA FOX, NDS
My brothers and sisters in the Lord! I am grateful for this opportunity to share with you my Lenten and Easter message, my thoughts and reflections these days.
The fact that we're one of the last few countries without a divorce law until now speaks volumes about us as a nation. No doubt, those who associate divorce with being progressive would laud our legislators who are currently raring to pass a divorce bill in Congress....
I take joy in greeting all of you Consecrated Persons here in the Philippines, during our Year of the Clergy and Consecrated Persons, on the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord
CBCP pastoral guidelines for discerning the moral dimension of the present-day moves for Charter change
To change or not to change the Constitution, that is the fermenting political question of the day. The move for Charter change is, and has been, the proposed vehicle to adopt Federalism as a new form of government.