Organization – Statements
We are once again at a crucial point in history. Under the helm of Rodrigo Duterte, the Philippines had been living in a bed of untruths.
We, the 275 major superiors and representatives of institutes of consecrated life and societies of apostolic life, 12 delegates of secular institutes
Today marks the 21st anniversary of Fr. Rhoel’s martyrdom. However, we are not here to celebrate his death, for our faith does not glory in the demise of a person.
Through the Episcopal Commission for the Cultural Heritage of the Church (ECCHC), the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) asked the Church Historians’ Association of the Philippines (CHAP) to look into the issue of the first Easter Sunday Mass.
Our observance of the Mindanao Week of Peace from Nov. 26 to Dec. 2 this year 2020 takes place within the context of the Covid-19 pandemic, continuing armed conflict in several areas of Mindanao, and the widespread destruction brought about by typhoons in Luzon.
We, the 105 major religious superiors and delegates of the first online general assembly of the Association of Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines, have gathered for two days to reflect on the theme, “Shepherding as consecrated persons in the midst of pandemic.”
Forty-eight years ago, Ferdinand E. Marcos declared martial on September 21, 1972. It ushered in an unprecedented reign of terror and unbridled greed.
We, the Missionary Families of Christ, reject in every way, the proposed re-imposition of the Death Penalty in our country. We are against the Culture of Death and commit to defend faith, family and life. We are against the Death Penalty because:
The Sangguniang Laiko ng Pilipinas laments and decries the actuations of our elected lawmakers in calling back from its grave the death penalty proposals.
The Association of Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines, driven by our commitment to uphold the Reign of God in our land, joins all freedom-loving Filipinos and all peoples of goodwill in the multi-sectoral, interfaith, intergenerational SONAgKAISA.
On the occasion of the 5th SONA of President Rodrigo Duterte, the Church People-Workers Solidarity is in unity with different sectors in denouncing the current administration’s failure to address the miserable condition of the Filipino people amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Sangguniang Laiko ng Pilipinas strongly condemns the rail-roading of and the signing into law of the 2020 Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA), especially at this epoch when the confirmed cases of Covid 19 are peaking and that millions of Filipinos are going through extreme suffering.