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Fr. Chito rescued from Maute captivity -

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Bishop condemns killing of priest

The body of Fr. Marcelito “Tito” Paez waits to be transported from the Gonzales General Hospital morgue in San Leonardo town to a funeral home in Guimba, Nueva Ecija, December 5, 2017. CBCPNews STO. DOMINGO, Nueva Ecija— Bishop Roberto Mallari of San Jose has expressed alarm at the killing of an elderly priest in his diocese. Four men in two motorcycles ambushed Fr. Marcelito “Tito” Paez at about 8pm while he was driving his vehicle in Jaen town. The priest was rushed to a hospital in the nearby town of San Leonardo but he expired around two hours later after…

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Church urges repentance over rampant killings

MANILA— The head of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines today called for repentance amid the rising death toll of criminals and drug suspects including minors. Archbishop Socrates Villegas of Lingayen-Dagupan, CBCP President, said time is calling everybody, including political and church leaders, to repent “so healing can begin”. “We need to repent as a nation,” Villegas said in his homily during the “Lord Heal Our Land Sunday” Mass at the Shrine of Mary, Queen of Peace, also known as the Edsa Shrine in Quezon City on November 5. “Repent now. Time is not ours. Start the healing by…

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Our Lady of Fatima will be icon at prayer for healing

Thousands of devotees join the grand Marian procession along the streets of Cebu City to honor the 100th anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima’s apparitions in Portugal, October 13, 2017. SAMMY NAVAJA The Catholic Church will be using an image of Our Lady of Fatima in a procession against extrajudicial killings along the historic Edsa highway on November 5. It’s the same image that devotees brought to Edsa in the peaceful “people power” revolt in 1986, facing tanks and soldiers of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos. The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) said it will be a prayerful gathering…

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Church urges faithful to join ‘heal the nation’ Edsa procession

Seminarians and different religious groups call for an end to drug-related killings during a candlelight vigil at the Christ the King Church in Quezon City, Oct. 6, 2017. ANGIE DE SILVA MANILA— A “heal the nation” campaign will see people take to the historic street of Edsa next month to pray for peace amid the spate of killings in the country. The “Lord Heal Our Land Sunday” on November 5 will start another month-long period of praying for victims of extrajudicial killings as a result of the government’s bloody anti-drug war. To launch the activity, Catholic bishops are inviting Catholics…

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Fr. Chito rescued from Maute captivity

MANILA— After being held hostage by terrorist gunmen for nearly four months, Fr. Teresito “Chito” Suganob has finally been rescued. Government security forces were recovered the priest along with another hostage near a mosque in Bato, Marawi City on Saturday night, Sept. 16. “He was rescued with another individual at about 11pm Saturday,” Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza told CBCPNews. Mr. Dureza would not release other details because military operations are still going on hoping to rescue other hostages. Suganob along with a number of civilians were abducted by the Islamic State-inspired Maute group last May 23 when…

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Cardinal Tagle’s statement on drug-related killings

A letter from His Eminence Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle will be read in all masses (August 20) after communion. (English Version) Dear Brothers and Sisters in the Archdiocese of Manila, On August 12-17, 2017, I participated in the meeting of Caritas Latin America held in El Salvador, a country where many people had been killed in a civil war. Until now it still contends with armed groups. In El Salvador, I heard news of the increase of killings in our own country due to an intensified war against illegal drugs. I am inviting you to reflect, pray and act. First,…

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Pro-life Position Paper on Death Penalty

 24 July 2017  The Honorable   SENATOR RICHARD J. GORDON  Chairman, Committee on Justice and Human Rights  Senate of the Philippines  GSIS Complex, Pasay City   Dear Senator Gordon: The Prolife Philippines Foundation, Incorporated would appreciate   it very much to serve as one of your resource organizations should  another public hearing is called to discuss the proposal to re-institute  the death penalty. Attached is an articulation of our position on the matter and we shall be glad to propound more on this during the next public hearings  to be conducted by your kind committee.   Thank you very much. With…

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Marawi bishop opposes martial law extension

MANILA— The Catholic prelate of war-torn Marawi is opposing the government’s plan to extend the martial law in Mindanao. Bishop Edwin de la Peña of Marawi favored the 60-day military rule in the region but said that extending it is no longer necessary. After all, he said, the government can already deal with the situation in Marawi even without martial law. “I am against martial law extension,” de la Peña said. “The first martial law declaration was fine but if they are going to use Marawi again to justify its extension, I don’t think it’s right.” As the military continue…

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Bishop slams modern day ‘Judases’ behind summary killings

MANILA— As a wave of drug-related killings continues in the country, a Catholic bishop condemned those who sow violence the same way some once supported Judas against Jesus. In a strongly-worded homily during a Mass after a “Walk for Life” in Navotas City on Sunday, Bishop Pablo Virgilio David of Kalookan said that behind the violence are “Judases” who are in cahoots with the killers. He said if some people consider the suspected drug personalities as “termites of society,” so are those behind the extrajudicial killings. “They are the new ‘Makapili’ during the Japanese’ time who would betray their fellowmen and…

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She was attacked over saving sex for marriage. Now she’s the star of an incredible pro-life film

June 13, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — Moriah Peters knows about standing up for chastity. When the award-winning actress auditioned for American Idol in 2010, she was criticized for saying she was saving her first kiss for marriage. She recalled one of the celebrity panelists telling her, “I think you’re trying to be too perfect. You need to go into the world and make mistakes. ” Another advised her to go out and kiss a boy because it would make her feel “sexier.” “That was God closing the door [on further participation in the show],” said Peters. As she left, she prayed,…

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