Faith News
Catholic News ServiceApril 19, 2018
A clampdown on religious freedom has intensified in the province in recent months.
Politics & Society News
Catholic News ServiceApril 17, 2018
Immigration officials have accused the nun, who has worked in rural communities for 27 years, of being an "undesirable alien" for joining protest rallies and visiting political prisoners.
Politics & Society News
Catholic News ServiceApril 09, 2018
The 15 dead included 10 hockey players between the ages of 16 and 21, the team coach, radio broadcaster, bus driver and other team personnel.
Faith News
Catholic News ServiceMarch 29, 2018
Manila Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle washed the feet of a priest who had been held captive for months and the parents of a slain Filipino migrant worker.
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Politics & Society News
Catholic News ServiceMarch 28, 2018
In reflecting on Rev. King's life and work, "what are we being asked to do for the sake of our brother or sister who still suffers under the weight of racism?"
Politics & Society News
Catholic News ServiceMarch 27, 2018
Bishop Edwin de la Pena of Marawi assured Catholics in the region that other parishes not affected by the fighting will continue their ministries.
Politics & Society News
Catholic News ServiceMarch 26, 2018
Cardinal Dolan wrote an opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal this morning.
Politics & Society News
Catholic News ServiceMarch 23, 2018
Retired Archbishop Henryk Muszynski of Gniezno said the Polish government "still relentlessly insists it won't accept a single one."
Politics & Society News
Catholic News ServiceMarch 23, 2018
A 33-year-old telephone and internet subsidy that actually lived up to its name, Lifeline, is in danger of being slashed by the Federal Communications Commission.
Faith News
Catholic News ServiceMarch 22, 2018
Parishes across the island have exhausted themselves in providing material and spiritual comfort.