We just lost a young priest, zealous and dedicated, one who smelled like his sheep, to an assassin’s bullet right after he said Mass and was baptizing children. We condemn in strongest terms this brutal and cowardly act.
It is a fact that there is widespread poverty, inequality and violence in our country. Our people have been longing and clamoring for change.
THE recent tropical storm, Basyang, that hit Surigao del Sur last February 13, 2018 brought untold suffering among the people, especially in the areas of Cantilan and Carrascal where a flash flood swept a few houses, destroyed several hundred hectares of ricelands and caused death with the initial count of 5 people including children, and injured many others.
With a prayer, I greet you all a Happy New Year amidst the recent disaster caused by Typhoon Vinta to our city and other parts of Northern Mindanao.
Pastoral Moral Guidelines for Our Catholic Faithful in the Archdiocese of Lingayen Dagupan Dear brothers and sisters in Christ: For some time now, the President and his followers have campaigned aggressively for the revision of the Constitution to establish a federal...
Si REB. PADRE MARCELITO “TITO” PAEZ, 72 taong gulang, ay pari ng Diyosesis ng San Jose, Nuevea Ecija.
The Clergy, Religious and the Lay Faithful of the Diocese of Cabanatuan condemn in the strongest terms the brutal killing of the Rev. Fr. Marcelito A. Paez last night in Jaen, Nueva Ecija.
One of my recent interviews with Radyo Veritas was picked up by several news organizations, some of which made it appear that I am supporting the extension of the Martial Law in selected areas.
AS the leader of all Catholics in the Archdiocese of Cotabato I totally codemn the religious vandalism of the Labulabo Catholic Chapel in Shariff Aguak.
Law enforcers have come forward confidentially to us, their spiritual leaders, to seek sanctuary, succor and protection.
I am pleased to inform you that after my letter of August 20, 2017 a multi-sectoral dialogue was held on August 25.
As your pastors, we sense the grief, the anguish, the fear, the confusion, even the outrage and the many troubling questions of family members, colleagues, classmates, friends and communities of those who were killed without due process, either as part of our government’s war on drugs or counter-insurgency measures or as plain civilian banditry.