Bishop’s recommendation: Cancel Halloween parties and help those in need

The Church isn't a fan of Halloween antics, which it considers "pagan

Religion

Vatican issues new rules on cremation

The Church frowns on keeping your loved one's ashes at home or scattering it over his or her chosen

Vatican issues new rules on cremation

CBCP suggests guidelines for law enforcers, asks them not to kill criminals

It's no secret that the CBCP and President-elect Rodrigo Duterte aren't exactly

CBCP suggests guidelines for law enforcers, asks them not to kill criminals

Retired Davao archbishop urges Catholics to fast during Ramadan

Fasting would create a dialogue with other religions, he

Retired Davao archbishop urges Catholics to fast during Ramadan

CBCP head reacts to Duterte attacks

No word war happening

CBCP head reacts to Duterte attacks

Vatican reiterates that Lipa Marian apparition has no “supernatural origin”

There was no

Vatican reiterates that Lipa Marian apparition has no “supernatural origin”

What Duterte said vs. the Catholic Chuch: 5 burning points

Plain and simple: He says it

Duterte cancels Vatican trip, personal apology to Pope

"No more. That's enough," Duterte told reporters when asked about the planned trip, pointing out he had already sent a letter of

Duterte cancels Vatican trip, personal apology to Pope

Cardinal Tagle slams corrupt politicians

Will harsh words convince corrupt politicians to change? We highly doubt it. “Speaking at the 51st International Eucharistic Congress in Cebu City, Manila Archbishop Luis...

Cardinal Tagle slams corrupt politicians

2 devotees dead during Feast of Black Nazarene 2016

Two devotees died during the annual procession of the Feast of the Black Nazarene on Sat, Jan 9. At around 2am on Saturday, 58-year-old candle vendor Mauro Arabit died due to...

2 devotees dead during Feast of  Black Nazarene 2016

Coconuts Manila Religion

Religion is a pretty big thing in Manila, so it’s no surprise that faith-related issues make it to the headlines almost on a daily basis. The Philippines is predominantly Catholic, but there are Muslims, Protestants, and Christians too — conflicts inevitably arise sometimes. Religous leaders are often very influential, much to the dismay of government officials who always highlight the separation of Church and State. Religous celebrations and festivals in the Philippines are always massive and colorful.