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Villegas to laity: Pork barrel issue should lead us to action

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August 19, 2013 |  Posted by: mongladz MANILA, August 17, 2013—The incoming president of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) on Saturday urged the Filipino faithful to learn from the lessons taught by the pork barrel scandal, saying that this controversy must lead the people to “greater action.” Lingayen-Dagupan Archbishop Socrates Villegas said Filipinos must not let time erase the lessons taught by the controversy to avoid the recurrence of other scams in the future. “(The scam) continues to [baffle) and hurt us every time we discover something new about it,” Villegas said in an interview after a mass he…

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Ethical and Moral Downside of Contraception Law

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                          August 21, 2013 |  Posted by: mongladz Ethical and Moral Downside of Contraception Law Fr. Daniel Icatlo Diocese of Daet The Reproductive Health Law or RH Bill, euphemistically known as Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Act of 2012 (Republic Act No. 10354), is a law in the Philippines. It claims to guarantee universal access to methods of contraception, fertility control, sexual education, and maternal care. While there is general agreement about its provisions on maternal and child health, there is great debate on its mandate that the Philippine government…

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If You Say You Oppose PDAF, You Should Oppose RH Too

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The Pork Barrel Scam has certainly enraged this nation and the anger will soon spill over to the streets. A few days from now simultaneous rallies will be held against the greed and corruption perpetuated by the Pork Barrel system, held fortuitously on the day called Araw ng mga Bayani. The day of heroes. On that day, we take to the streets, and protest the massive corruption happening in our country – an injustice so great that it has left the poor poorer and the rich richer. Some were afraid that the recent habagat rains and the massive flooding might…

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Shameless

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                              It is said that the typical Filipino has a good sense of right and wrong; what he does not have is a sense of shame. This Pork Barrel issue, although one of the biggest scams that have come to surface the past few years, is but one of many instances when Filipino politicians shamelessly use government funds for projects that are self-serving. No wonder so many people run for public office. Many of them know that there is much to earn by being a politician…

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RH Law, paggamit ng ‘police power’ ng estado – SolGen

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MANILA – SA isang nakagugulat na pagbubunyag sa ikatlong sesyon ng RH Law oral kamakailan, inamin ni Solicitor General Atty. Francis H. Jardeleza, ang tumatayong depensa ng pamahalaan, na ang RH Law ay isang paggamit ng ‘police power’ ng estado upang tiyakin na hindi magkakaroon ng mga ‘di ginustong pagbubuntis sa bansa. “[The RH law] is an exercise of the police power of the state,” pahayag ni Jardeleza, na hinirang ni Pangulong Aquino sa posisyon noong Pebrero 2012. Ayon kay Jardeleza, may kapangyarihan ang pamahalaang itakda kung alin ang ‘unwanted pregnancy’ at alin ang hindi. “The state has a right…

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The ugly face of population control

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                        While the Solicitor General and his legal team are trying very hard to convince us that state-mandated contraception under the Reproductive Health Law is not population control, an aggressive vaccination campaign among the poor is reported to be causing an alarming rise in infant mortality in the countryside. Last weekend I listened to reports from family life workers assembled in Cebu City and came home feeling that a terrible crime was being committed against our people in the name of public health by the same government that is…

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Cardinal Tagle gets emotional over pork barrel scam

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MANILA, August 13, 2013— The head of Manila’s Roman Catholic Church got teary-eyed as he joined calls for an investigation into the pork barrel scam involving some of the country’s lawmakers. Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle has again displayed a more emotional side of his personality Tuesday, condemning the alleged irregularity as “heartbreaking.” “Who will not be shocked with these reports and with the magnitude of money involved? Tagle said in a press conference on the upcoming Philippine Conference on New Evangelization. “It’s like your heart is broken into pieces. Can one really do this to one’s neighbor? Can one really…

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Pro-Life Philippines spiritual director dies at 63

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August 7, 2013 |  Posted by: mongladz   MANILA, August 7, 2013—The spiritual director of Pro-Life Philippines Foundation has passed away August 5 of yet undetermined cause. Rev. Fr. Vicente Cajilig, OP was rushed at the University of Santo Tomas (UST) hospital early afternoon of Monday due to abdominal pain but passed away at around 5:30 pm. He would have turned 64 on Sept. 26. Cajilig once served as the Executive Secretary of The Office of Education and Student Chaplaincy of the Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences and as College Chaplain of Colegio de San Juan de Letran. The priest’s remains lie…

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Pork barrel, stewardship and the poor – Abp. Socrates B. Villegas Archbishop of Lingayen Dagupan

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August 14, 2013  Posted by: mongladz The Morality of the Pork Barrel Many of you, our Catholic faithful, have come to us your pastors seeking our moral guidance on the issue of the pork barrel. It is the object of an ongoing investigation due to accusations of corruption being hurled against some of our public officials. But even before the recent expose, the pork barrel has long had a bad reputation. How many traditional politicians have run and overspent and even killed for the sake of millions they will get as pork barrel once elected? We your Church pastors are not…

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A Response to Emily’s Post

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(Anthony James Perez, President of Filipinos for Life, and Editor of FYI, the official publication of Pro-Life Philippines, has written a letter to the editors of the Philippine Daily Inquirer in order to notify them about the lack of objectivity and sound moral reasoning displayed by one of their writers, Emily A. Marcelo in an article dated July 28, 2013, entitled “Must she feel guilty over a one-night-stand with a much younger man?” where a reader asks her if she should feel guilty about her infidelity to her husband. Attached below are Emily’s response, and Mr. Perez’s letter to the…

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