We, the Bishop and Clergy of the Diocese of Borongan collectively OBJECT TO and STRONGLY STAND AGAINST the transfer of one or all of the Bells of Balangiga from their historical and rightful habitat, which is the Parish Church of St. Lawrence, Deacon and Martyr, in Balangiga, Eastern Samar, Diocese of Borongan.
Pastoral Letter on the celebration of National Youth Day on December 16
Archdiocese of Lipa
After years of waiting and uncertainty, this season of Advent, the season of waiting, is yielding us an early Christmas gift—the return of the Bells of Balangiga. God has shown great favor to our Local Church and, by extension, to our country.
As we commemorate this year the 5th anniversary of the onslaught of Yolanda, a powerful force that first made its landfall in Eastern Samar, we especially remember the following:
To the Faithful of the Diocese of Baguio and Other Concerned People
PASTORAL LETTER | CELEBRATING THE SEASON OF CREATION
MESSAGE TO THE CATHOLIC FAITHFUL OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF DAVAO on the recent commentaries and pronouncements regarding the faith of the Catholic church and the teachings from the bible
Peace! Recently, we have heard of some pronouncements and commentaries regarding our faith in God in the Catholic Church, and our teachings from the Bible. I believe that these pronouncements and commentaries have caused us uneasiness, worries, sadness and confusion.
Be at peace. Be calm. Don’t let things disturb your inner peace. Let us read the situation with the eyes of faith.
Fatherly Message to the Youth and Children of the Archdiocese of Lingayen Dagupan
Will no one relieve me of this meddlesome priest? (King Henry II) Message to the People of God by the Clergy of the Archdiocese of Lingayen Dagupan on June 12, 2018
They are killing our flock. They are killing us the shepherds. They are killing our faith. They are cursing our Church. They are killing God again as they did in Calvary.
No priest, and no human being for that matter, deserves to be killed with utter brutality, disrespect and impunity.
Our brother priest, the late Fr. Mark Anthony Ventura, was a dedicated priest, a zealous pastor, a missionary to the “peripheries”.