We, people of faith and citizens of the Republic of the Philippines, wish to publicly manifest our strong and unwavering support for
Roman Catholic Bishop of San CarlosBishop’s Home, San Julio SubdivisionSan Carlos City 6127, Philippines “THE ONLY WAY TO MOVE FORWARD IS THROUGH DIALOGUE AND JUST PEACE”Pastoral Statement to mark the 34th year of the Escalante MassacreSeptember 20, 2019 Thirty four...
When we received the news about our inclusion as respondents in the case of sedition and other crimes filed by the CIDG-PNP before the Department of Justice, our first response was prayer. We held no press conferences together.
Let us not counter violence with violence!
As we pray for justice and for the souls of our dear departed who became victims of the Negros “killing fields”, once more, we fervently express our people’s longing for peace and our urgent cry to end the killings!
As we lost another defender of justice, Atty. Anthony Trinidad of Guihulngan, Negros Oriental, in the hands of the elusive ‘riding-in-tandem’, the Diocese of San Carlos joins the cry, “End the killings!” and “Let justice and peace reign!”
These past weeks and months, we have been shaken by news of individuals, both young and old, who have died by suicide. This has surely left questions as well as great pains for the people whom suicide victims leave behind.
The country is looking towards the elections on May 13, 2019. The Church, which is the faith community made up of the lay faithful and the pastors, exercises its duty to promote the good of society. Such a duty is motivated by the mission to bring the power and joy of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all strata of life.
Mahalaga ang lahat ng halalan. Ang pagboto ay kapangyarihan ng mga tao na pumili ng kanilang tagapamuno.
Pastoral Message in the Archdiocese of Lingayen Dagupan for the 2019 Mid Term Elections
On the Violent Death of Hon. Bernardino ‘Toto’ Patigas, Sr.
The Lenten season, which begins today, Ash Wednesday, is a time of mercy. It is an acceptable time (cf. 2 Cor 6, 2) to allow ourselves to be reconciled and to be renewed by the tenderness of the Father.