Sa mga salita ng Apostol San Pablo, bumabati at nanawagan kaming muli sa inyo habang papalapit na ang Halalan at nagsisimula pa lamang ang lokal na kampanya.
It has been more than four weeks now since Russia declared a war of occupation against Ukraine.
The CBCP unites itself spiritually with Pope Francis, as he grieves over the quick deterioration of the situation in Ukraine.
As we commemorate the EDSA People Power Revolution this February 25, the day we reclaimed our freedom, we call upon you brothers and sisters, whatever your political color or status in society.
Today, COVID-19 has taken more than 5.62 million1 lives globally and plunged nations into economic devastation.
Decree of Implementation on the Revised Translation of the Trinitarian Conclusion of the Collects and Presidential Prayers
On 13 May 2020 (Prot. N. 228/20), a communication from the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments was sent to the President of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines
We, your Pastors and Bishops, wish to add our voices to that of the entire nation in congratulating Ms. Maria Ressa, for being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts “to safeguard freedom of expression.”
Future generations will look back to this day the seventeenth of October 2021 as a historic milestone in the life of the Church.
The Archdiocese of Manila, in a statement released last night, confirmed that Cardinal Jose F. Advincula, Archbishop of Manila, tested positive for COVID-19. He is now on quarantine observing strict protocols.
On the day we joyously celebrated the Feast of the Nativity of Mary, our brothers and sisters in the Philippines,
“Code Red for humanity” is how the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres describes the latest IPCC Sixth Assessment Report, which shows the world is dangerously close to irreversible global warming unequivocally caused by human activities.
“Let us be glad and rejoice” (Psalm 118) on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of Christianity in the Philippines.