A few days ago, we received a letter from His Eminence, Charles Cardinal Maung Bo, Archbishop of Yangon, Myanmar and President of the Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences.
We eagerly await the time in the “New Normal” condition when we will be allowed to celebrate our liturgy, especially the Holy Eucharist,
We need the Lord – the Bread of Life – in the Holy Eucharist! The Holy Eucharist is central and essential to the life of the Church and to the life of each individual believer.
My first thought in the currently much talked-about closure of ABS-CBN is our people – our people who are in these extremely difficult and trying times because of the coronavirus pandemic.
What kind of an Easter Message can I give in these difficult days?
Supplement to the Recommendations for Holy Week and Paschal Triduum Celebrations in Time of Covid-19
Circular No. 20-19TO ALL THE BISHOPS AND THE DIOCESAN ADMINISTRATORSYour Eminences, Your Excellencies, and Reverend Administrators:RE: Supplement to the Recommendations for Holy Week and Paschal Triduum Celebrations in Time of Covid-19This present Circular is a...
Circular No. 20-18TO ALL THE BISHOPS AND THE DIOCESAN ADMINISTRATORSYour Eminences, Your Excellencies and Reverend Administrators:RE: A CALL AND INVITATION TO A SPECIAL DAY OF PRAYER FOR OUR FRONTLINE MEDICAL PERSONNEL IN THIS TIME OF CRISISAlthough I am quite sure...
Heeding the Pope’s invitation, we recommend that we will pray together the Lord’s Prayer at 6 o’clock in the evening on March 25.
Circular No. 20-15
March 20, 2020
It is now the time to respond together as a Church with greater seriousness to the potential havoc that a more widespread transmission of this virus can cause on our people.
The Department of Health (DOH) has declared a state of public health emergency in the country.
As the Catholic Church in the Philippines dedicates this year 2020 to “Ecumenism, Interreligious Dialogue and Indigenous Peoples,” we can recall the historical statement signed by Pope Francis and the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, Ahmad Al-Tayyeb, the two highest leaders of Christianity and Islam, on February 4, 2019 in Abu Dhabi.