A coffee table book was launched on Wednesday, Sept. 28, to commemorate the 500 years of Christianity in the Philippines and to serve as a "laboratory of faith encounters."
Radio Veritas Asia (RVA) on Thursday announced the death of its former general manager, Ms. Erlinda So.
Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
Monday of the Twenty-fourth Week in Ordinary Time
By Fr. Roy Cimagala
We, the one hundred and fifty-five (155) delegates to the July 11-14, 2022 Convention of the Conference of
The readings of this celebration – taken from the Votive Mass "for the Church" – set before us two instances of wonder:
Pope Francis has asked Catholics around the world to pray in September for an end to the death penalty.
The central Philippine diocese of Kabankalan recently inaugurated its new cathedral.
On Tuesday, Cardinal Joseph Zen's second day in court in Hong Kong, five witnesses were cross-examined and the magistrate ruled that there was sufficient evidence to justify a trial.
by CBCP News
We know that our need for formation is a continuing one. It’s a never-ending affair.
As I write the ravages of Super Typhoon Karding (with the international name of “Noru”), a tropical storm that went through “rapid intensification” into unleashing category 5 winds, are still being daily reported in the Philippines.
Cardinal Konrad Krajewski, Pope Francis' representative in Ukraine, was shot at Saturday as he delivered humanitarian aid near the city of Zaporizhzhia, Vatican News reported.
The Vatican's office for integral human development is rethinking its work in light of the implementation of Pope Francis' curial reform, its prefect and secretary said Thursday.