It was a dark and cold night. The evening after our celebration of the first Misa de Gallo was terrible for all of us. It was a dreary and horrible night.
Reflection on Jesus’ birth allows us to see more than simplicity of life: we feel the dire situation of humanity.
Official Statement of the Diocese of Tagbilaran
Our Province of Bohol is heavily devastated by the super typhoon “Odette.”
If I say to the wicked, You shall surely die—and you do not warn them or speak out to dissuade the wicked from their evil conduct in order to save their lives—then they shall die for their sin, but I will hold you responsible for their blood.
As a single human family, as fellow travelers… as children of the same earth which is our common home… brothers and sisters all” (Fratelli Tutti, no. 8),
Joint Pastoral Message on the Culture of Murder and Plunder from the Metropolitan Archbishops of Northern Luzon
The Messiah must be killed and after three days rise again. The Lord predicted His fate and by His death and rising, our sins are forgiven.
Not by bread alone: “El gente hinde ta viví solamente na pan, sino na cada palabra que estaba mismo na boca del Dios” (cf. Mateo 4, 4). To live in the word of God, on every word that comes forth from Him.
Is God punishing us? Are we getting the harvest of the sins we planted?
To you dear brothers and sisters in Christ, the clergy, men and women in the consecrated life, the lay faithful in the parishes who serve in the pastoral and finance councils, lay ministers, catechists and youth leaders, members of
This pertains to the joint venture agreement between your company (E.M. Cuerpo, Inc.) and the Local Government of Dumaguete City that aims to establish a 174-hectare reclamation area and convert it into an island dubbed as “Smart City” with a whopping budget of 23 billion pesos.
Unlike the joyful season of Easter, our country’s situation is urgent. We are in the middle of a long-staying pandemic, with its uncertainties and deeply disturbing viciousness and escalation.
In the strongest possible terms, we the members of the Episcopal Commission for Indigenous People (ECIP) – Mindanao