These guidelines are given due to our extraordinary situation. They are therefore temporary in nature.
An effect of the Corona virus pandemic that is here to stay is social distancing.
After about a month of quarantine, many people have gotten used to it. Now, the challenge to us in the church is no longer on adjusting to the lock down.
How do we feel with everything that’s going on right now? It’s a natural feeling to be worried, anxious, or even afraid.
“There is an appointed time for everything,” (Eccl. 3:1) the Holy Bible says. Let us heed the signs of our time and respond to them appropriately.
My dear people of God, The alert level for the COVID 19 has now been raised to Code Red sub-level two (2). We are enjoined to avoid large gatherings of people to avert the further...
CHRIST, COVID19 and OUR FAITHPastoral Message for the Archdiocese of Lingayen DagupanArchbishop Socrates B VillegasMarch 10, 2020The epidemic of godless fear of the unknown is spreading and we must return to the basics of our Catholic faith.Let us not leave God out of...
Statement of Bishop Gerardo A. Alminaza on the Proposed Executive Order including Nuclear Power in the Philippine Energy Mix
The disasters in Chernobyl, Three Mile Island, and Fukushima, are powerful albeit sorrowful reminders of the risks of nuclear power that we need not expose Filipinos to.
Dear People of God, clergy, administrators of church institutions, and church leaders in the Archdiocese of Manila,
Evacuees at the Immaculate Conception Parish in Mataas na Kahoy, Batangas. CBCPNEWS Minamahal kong mga kapatid sa Arsidiyosesis...
We, people of faith and citizens of the Republic of the Philippines, wish to publicly manifest our strong and unwavering support for