Organization – Statements
“Where is Love?” This was the question asked by the orphan boy Oliver Twist in the 1960’s Oliver when he felt alone and abandoned.
As we celebrate our 90 years of SFIC presence and ministry in the Philippines, we, the Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception of the Holy Mother of God (SFIC), affirm our charism as recognizing the presence of God “in the poor, the little ones and the powerless.”
We have lost brothers, sisters, and friends, and we are in deep grief and sorrow. We are one with their families in this difficult time—for they were also a family to us.
The Philippine Interfaith Movement Against Human Trafficking (PIMAHT) strongly condemns the approval of the bill to lower the age of Minimum Age of Criminal Responsibility (MACR) by the House of Representatives.
AS the plebiscite on the Bangsamoro Organic Law draws near, we, Mindanao Catholic Church Leaders for Peace, wish to express our support for its passage with the following observations.
As the Marcos heirs condescendingly discount the suffering of the Filipino people and dismissively suggest that they “move on,” we,...
Listen and let the earth speak to us “The earth dries up and withers, the world languishes and withers…. The earth is defiled by its people; they have disobeyed the laws, violated the statutes and broken the everlasting...
SVST Statement on the Challenges of our Times
In media vestrum sicut qui ministrat Association of Major Religious Superiors of men in the Philippines Convention Statement 24 Then an argument broke out among them about which of them should be regarded as the greatest. 25 He said to...
We, the Association of Major Religious Superiors Women in the Philippines, are weavers of peace.
The 2017 Joint Biennial Convention of the Association of Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines (AMRSP) on Consecrated Men and Women, Joyful and Prophetic Witnesses of God’s Mercy and Compassion mapped out the path for the members of the Association, with the Joint Executive Board’s decisive leadership paving the way for the effective implementation of the Convention Resolutions.
The Sangguniang Laiko ng Pilipinas (LAIKO) believes that the 1987 Constitution is founded on reverence to God, democracy and social justice. Therefore, in unity with all Filipinos who are freedom-loving and defenders of truth, we strongly oppose the Charter Change.