Organization – Statements
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.
We, the Association of Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines, are saddened over the decision of the Committee on Legislative Franchises of the House of Representatives to deny the petition to renew the franchise of the media network ABS-CBN.
The Association of Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines is deeply saddened by the signing of the Anti-Terror Law which takes effect 15 days from now.
The Association of Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines decries the red-tagging of Sr. Mary John Mananzan, OSB, a former chairperson of the women religious superiors.
The sea is your life. Our life here on earth is our voyage. There are times as you sail, you experience or encounter waves that are rough and violent.
The Missionary Benedictine Sisters of the Manila Priory and the Academic community of St. Scholastica’s College Manila express their strong dissent to the Anti-Terrorism Bill already submitted by Congress to Malacañang.
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At a time when all of our member-schools are scrambling and fervently looking for ways to survive the economic crisis brought about by COVID-19
The Philippine Ecumenical Peace Platform (PEPP), is saddened by the passing of the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020 (House Bill 6875), by the House of Representatives which will now be submitted to the President for final action.
We are drastically returning to the dark times. The powerful few are exploiting the Filipino people’s worsening vulnerability.