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Cardinal Quevedo backs coco farmers’ Davao to Manila walk

Cardinal Quevedo backs coco farmers’ Davao to Manila walk

DAVAO City, September 23, 2014— Cotabato Archbishop Orlando B. Cardinal Quevedo gives two thumbs up…

‘Poverty of love greater than material poverty’ – priest

‘Poverty of love greater than material poverty’ – priest

NAGA City, September 23, 2014 – More than a lack of financial resources, a priest…

Help still needed after ‘Mario’ – Tagle

Help still needed after ‘Mario’ – Tagle

MANILA, September 23, 2014— Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle of Manila has called for more assistance…

200-year old church closed

200-year old church closed

PIDDIG, Ilocos Norte, September 23, 2014 – The 200-year old church of Saint Anne Parish…

Missionary Oblates celebrate 75 years in PH

Missionary Oblates celebrate 75 years in PH

MANILA, September 23, 2013 — The Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI) is celebrating its…

PHL part of People’s Climate March in New York

PHL part of People’s Climate March in New York

MANILA, September 23, 2014 — Tens of thousands of protestors turned out for the People’s…

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Devotion to the Blessed Virgin is a dominant quality of Filipino Christian faith for many. (Photo: CBCP News)

‘To be Christian is to be Marian’—preacher

MANILA, September 18, 2014—Those who find following Christ quite a challenge have a lot to learn from Mary, a Catholic lay evangelist believes. “To be Christian is to be Marian, because Christ ....→

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The 200-year old church of Saint Anne Parish in Piddig, Ilocos Norte was closed for public worship after it was deemed "unsafe" on September 14, 2014. (Photo taken from the Facebook page of Fr. Ericson Josue)

200-year old church closed

PIDDIG, Ilocos Norte, September 23, 2014 – The 200-year old church of Saint Anne Parish in Piddig, Ilocos Norte was closed for public worship after it was deemed "unsafe" after liturgical rite

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  • 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

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Editorial

War is madness

THUS spoke Pope Francis.  And right, indeed, he is, for "whereas God carries forward the work of creation, and we men and women are called to participate in the his work, war destroys.  It also ruins the most beautiful work of his hands:  human beings.  War ruins everything, even bonds between brothers.  War is irrational; its only plan is to read more...→

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HOLY AND HEROIC TEACHERS In the Year of the Laity

Tribute to Teachers during World Teachers’ Day October 5, 2014 Dear People of God: If you wish, you can be taught; if you are willing to listen, you will learn; if you give heed, you will be wise. Frequent the company of the elders; whoever is wise, stay close to him. Be eager to hear…

HOLY AND HEROIC TEACHERS In the Year of the Laity

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“The Encounter” – September 13-14, 2014 @ Pangasinan Training and Development Center, Capitol Complex, Lingayen Pangasinan.…

Peñafrancia Fluvial Procession

San Fernando Auxiliary Bishop Pablo David joined the Fluvial Procession of Ina, Our Lady of Peñafrancia on September 20, 2014. David, main celebrant and homilist for the Eucharistic celebration after the procession, admitted to boarding the Pagoda for the first time. He likened the experience to being in a “duyan while a mother sings to…

Peñafrancia Fluvial Procession

Meeting with Authorities

APOSTOLIC JOURNEY OF HIS HOLINESS POPE FRANCIS TO THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA ON THE OCCASION OF THE 6th ASIAN YOUTH DAY (13-18 AUGUST 2014) Chungmu Hall at the “Blue House” (Seoul) Thursday, 14 August 2014 Madam President, Honorable Government and Authorities, Distinguished Members of the Diplomatic Corps, Dear Friends, It is a great joy for…

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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