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Bishop explains how holiness is like playing basketball

Bishop explains how holiness is like playing basketball

IMUS City, Cavite, April 18, 2014 —  Apparently, basketball can teach you a thing or…

‘Start a new life by believing’ – bishop tells faithful

‘Start a new life by believing’ – bishop tells faithful

PARAÑAQUE City, April 18, 2014—As a fitting introduction to the Easter Triduum, Manila Auxiliary Bishop…

‘Modern Pilates exist’ – priest

MANILA, April 18, 2014 — Pontius Pilate, the prefect of the province of Judaea under…

‘Restore family Lenten traditions’ – Marian group

‘Restore family Lenten traditions’ – Marian group

MANILA, April 18, 2014 — Remembering how the faithful used to celebrate Lent, a lay…

Bishop on Washing of Feet: ‘Christ teaches us forgiveness’

Bishop on Washing of Feet: ‘Christ teaches us forgiveness’

PARAÑAQUE City, April 18, 2014—Taking his cue from Scripture, Parañaque Bishop Jesse Eugenio Mercado headed…

Tagle to faithful: Live by the Holy Spirit’s anointing

Tagle to faithful: Live by the Holy Spirit’s anointing

MANILA, April 17, 2014 — “Return to nothingness, focus on Jesus Christ, and follow the…

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Grateful parishioners greet their favorite "men of cloth" a 'happy birthday' before the Chrism mass at the St. Andrew’s Cathedral Parish in La Huerta (Photo:Raymond A. Sebastián/CBCP News)

Do you love your parish priests? Parañaque does

PARAÑAQUE City, April 18, 2014—In a show of appreciation that rock stars would have envied, Catholics from all the 53 parishes in the Diocese of Parañaque expressed their love and thanks to their ....→

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Editorial

Stewards of health

ON the first Sunday of Easter, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, through its president, Archbishop Socrates Villegas, issued an Easter pastoral instruction on stewardship of health titled “Where O death is your victory? Where O death is your sting?”             This was prompted by the passage of the read more...→

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Unemployment: social exclusion not pleasing to God

THERE is poverty and suffering in the country and the world, not because of overpopulation but because of inequality, manifested in the huge mass of people being excluded from gainful livelihood (unemployment). Pope Francis lamented, “The unemployed and underemployed risk being relegated to the margins of society, becoming victims of social exclusion.” Myrna, a worker…

Unemployment: social exclusion not pleasing to God

Archbishop of Cotabato, Phillipines, Orlando Quevedo is made a Cardinal

Pope Francis celebrated his first consistory by creating 19 cardinals. Wearing the red attire that distinguishes cardinals, they knelt before Pope Francis as he blessed them and gave them their traditional red beretta.…

Washing of the feet

Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle kisses the foot of a handicap at the rite of Washing of the Feet which, according to  Vatican’s Congregation for Divine Worship, “represents the service and charity of Christ, who came ‘not be served, but to serve” at the Manila Cathedral on Holy Thursday, April 17, 2014.  (Photo by…

Washing of the feet

Anointed with the oil of gladness

Homily of Pope Francis during the Holy Chrism Mass at the Vatican Basilica on Holy Thursday, April 17, 2014. Dear Brother Priests, In the eternal “today” of Holy Thursday, when Christ showed his love for us to the end (cf. Jn 13:1), we recall the happy day of the institution of the priesthood, as well as the…

Anointed with the oil of gladness

Against Obama’s Wishes, Congress Poised to Fund Abstinence Education

Washington, D.C, March 27, 2014/1:21 pm (LifeNews.com) — Today, the House passed a provision to continue Sexual Risk Avoidance (SRA) abstinence education across the nation.  The vote is significant because President Obama asked Congress to slash the program in the budget he recently sent to Congress. The Senate is expected to also approve the extension.…

Against Obama’s Wishes, Congress Poised to Fund Abstinence Education