CBCP Commission Statements
The Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines-Episcopal Commission on Prison Pastoral Care (CBCP-ECPPC) reiterates our strong opposition to capital punishment. 1. The death penalty violates the inherent dignity of a human person, which is not lost despite the...
On the occasion of the celebration of Indigenous Peoples Week during the Season of Creation 2020, the Episcopal Commission on Indigenous Peoples (ECIP) of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines
These were the words of Jesus Christ to assure His disciples that God would be on their side, even in the darkest days of their lives.
In these difficult and trying times of COVID-19, we are experiencing the harshness of life. Many of our OFWs are forced to come back home with no security of a better life.
CBCP-ECPPC Statement Against the Death Penalty
The CBCP Episcopal Commission on Social Communications, together with the Filipino people, watched and listened intently to all the 12 hearings held by the House Committee on Legislative Franchises of the Philippine Congress.
We, the members of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines – Committee on Basic Ecclesial Communities (CBCP-BEC), serve as an ecclesial body that coordinates the BECs or neighbourhood-based faith communities in the Parishes all over the country.
NASSA/Caritas Philippines is the humanitarian, development and advocacy arm of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP).
There is a more dangerous and extremely deadly virus lurking around us aside from Covid-19. They prey on our young people that are restricted to their homes due to coronavirus lockdowns. They take advantage of the situation, with our youth who are preoccupied with the...
Pope Francis expressed on our behalf the anxieties of the world in these words, “We find ourselves afraid and lost. Like the disciples we were caught off guard by an unexpected, turbulent storm.
The Sangguniang Laiko ng Pilipinas, stands together with the various respectable and concerned people and organizations, against the Cease and Desist Order of the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) prompting ABS-CBN to sign-off last May 5, 2020.
The CBCP Episcopal Commission on Social Communications is aware of the sentiments of our people regarding the lapse of the franchise of ABS CBN and the cease and desist order imposed upon them by the NTC.