‘Interfaith harmony’ website goes online

‘Interfaith harmony’ website goes online

ZAMBOANGA City, Nov. 23, 2014—The participants of the recently concluded National Assembly of the Harmony…

CBCP president talks about self-respect, ‘working well’

CBCP president talks about self-respect, ‘working well’

MANILA, Nov. 23, 2014 – The Year of the Poor will see many activities centered…

OP-Siena Schools to hold education confab

QUEZON City, Nov. 23, 2014—The Order of Preachers (OP)-Siena Schools is set to hold its…

Himig Heswita to hold free concert

Himig Heswita to hold free concert

QUEZON City, Nov. 22, 2014—The Jesuit Communications Foundation (JesCom), together with the Jesuit Music Ministry,…

‘Behold Jesus crucified’—CBCP head

‘Behold Jesus crucified’—CBCP head

DAGUPAN City, Pangasinan, Nov. 22, 2015—For the head of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the…

Confab on ‘sensus fidei’ document set

Confab on ‘sensus fidei’ document set

QUEZON City, Nov. 22, 2014—A series of talks that will seek to start a discussion…

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The first papal visit according to Tagle

MANILA, Nov. 22, 2014—A high-ranking Church official expressed regret that the only thing most Filipinos know of the first ever papal visit to the Philippines—that of Pope Paul VI—is the failed ....→

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Life News

  • Sorry Planned Parenthood, But Pro-Life Sentiment Hits an All-Time High
  • Against Obama’s Wishes, Congress Poised to Fund Abstinence Education
  • Contraception mandate case argued at US Supreme Court
  • Spanish bishop affirms Church’s commitment to women, unborn
  • Cardinal Kasper’s speech on marriage to be released as book
  • Catholic polls prompt call to educate on beauty of marriage
  • Spanish bishop issues letter on abortion
  • Research finds link between oral contraception, multiple sclerosis
  • Planned Parenthood election spending demands response, pro-lifers say
  • Fertility treatments succeed without assisted reproduction
  • Cardinal Kasper’s speech on divorce, remarriage, and Communion
  • Ethicists warn against three-parent reproductive technology
  • Cardinals’ meetings focus concern on marriage, family
  • Pope Francis urges cardinals to reflect deeply on family life


Christ the King

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Oscar V. Cruz, DD

Gender identity and difficulty

Abp. Oscar. V. Cruz, DD

Fr. Roy Cimagala

Fidelity and the changing world

Rev. Fr. Roy Cimagala

Teresa R .Tunay

The priests, 2

Teresa R. Tunay, OCDS

Fr. Amado L. Picardal

Living in Sin

Fr. Amado L. Picardal

Fr. Francis Ongkingco


Rev. Fr. Francis Ongkiko

Atty. Aurora A. Santiago

Closing the Year of the Laity

Atty. Aurora A. Santiago

Rev. Eutiquio ‘Euly’ B. Belizar, Jr.

Mission as a movement of standing by

Rev. Eutiquio B. Belizar, Jr.


A more understanding, embracing Church

THE recently held Episcopal Synod--a fraternal meeting of Bishops chosen from all over the Catholic world formally summoned by the Pope in order to assist him in the exercise of his Papal ministry--received a good amount of attention from the general public primarily because of the amiable personal traits and unique relational attributes of the read more...→

Editorial Cartoon


Agrarian Reform as a continuing project of social justice

NOT too long ago I issued a statement on the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program and its implementing law, lauding its achievements as well as candidly pointing out the challenges that still had to be hurdled. The CBCP is once more being asked about the expanded and enhanced version of the program and whether it remains…

Agrarian Reform as a continuing project  of social justice

Hope after Haiyan

Response of the Knights of Columbus Philippines on the Yolanda aftermath…

DepEd report on ‘Yolanda’

Education Secretary Bro. Armin Luistro, FSC told CBCPNews that while schools have been severely damaged by typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan in a number of regions across the country, their priority is to check on the well-being of elementary and high school students. A couple of months after typhoon Yolanda struck, DepEd tried to identify how many among…

DepEd report on ‘Yolanda’

Official English Translation of Synod’s Final Document

“Relatio Synodi” of the III Extraordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops: “Pastoral Challenges to the Family in the Context of Evangelization” (5-19 October 2014) Vatican City, October 30, 2014 * * * TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Part I Listening: The Context and the Challenges of the Family The Socio-Cultural Context The Importance of…

Official English Translation of Synod’s Final Document

Sorry Planned Parenthood, But Pro-Life Sentiment Hits an All-Time High

Washington, D.C, 7/10/14 4:38 PM (LifeNews.com) — On Wednesday, Rasmussen Reports released a new poll on the issue of abortion suggesting that pro-life sentiment has reached an all-time high. The findings indicate that 44 percent of likely voters describe themselves as “pro-life,” while 48 percent describe themselves as “pro-choice.” This 44 percent figure may seem…

Sorry Planned Parenthood, But Pro-Life Sentiment Hits an All-Time High