CBCP Commission Statements
The COVID-19 global pandemic has adversely affected practically all the people in the world, rich and poor alike, regardless of race and creed. There is really a need for a united and concerted effort to curb this menace.
As the entire country has just been placed under the state of calamity due to the escalating spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), we offer our prayers for our people, particularly the poor and most vulnerable sectors, who will bear the heavier burden caused by the present crisis.
In the history of our salvation, one woman played a very important role: the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Greetings on the occasion of the 32nd Prison Awareness Sunday celebration on October 27, 2019! The Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines will once again lead the faithful in this event to bring to the consciousness of our people the plight of the members of...
The Sangguniang Laiko ng Pilipinas, in line with its 2019 thrust of “Healing our Land”, appeals to the Presidential Electoral Tribunal to resolve in the soonest possible time the electoral protest of losing Vice Presidential Candidate Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr.
The Sangguniang Laiko ng Pilipinas joins the entire Catholic Faithful and all men of goodwill in praying for the victims of the Jolo Cathedral bombing.
With all the foregoing, the SANGGUNIANG LAIKO NG PILIPINAS calls upon our citizenry to OPPOSE AND MAKE A STAND AGAINST THIS HOUSE BILL 8858.
THE Sangguniang Laiko ng Pilipinas (Council of the Laity of the Philippines) takes cognizance that indeed these are trying times for the Catholic Church in our country.
To our beloved Cardinals, to our dear Archbishops and Bishops, to our Parish Priests, Youth Directors and Directresses, to the members of the Clergy, to our sisters and brothers in the Consecrated Life, to our Parents and Elders, to our fellow young Filipinos and...
On 28 October next, the 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time, we will celebrate the 31st Prison Awareness Sunday. For this year we have for our theme, “Lord, that I may SEE, HEAR and ACT on the plea for help of Your people.”
He said it again. And this time with emphasis. “YOUR GOD IS STUPID!”
The National Secretariat for Social Action – Justice and Peace or Caritas Philippines believes that recent political events in the national level are hidden efforts of executive department to control all branches of government.