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Cardinal Advincula Tests Positive For COVID-19

On Friday, September 17, the Archdiocese of Manila announced that its new archbishop, Cardinal Jose Advincula, had tested positive for COVID-19. The 69-year-old successor...

Manila Cathedral to Hold Nine-Day Prayer for New Archbishop

The Manila Archdiocese will hold a nine-day spiritual preparation ahead of the June 24 installation of Cardinal Jose Advincula as their new archbishop. The...

New Manila Archbishop to Assume Post on June 24

Cardinal Jose Advincula of Capiz will officially assume his post as the new archbishop of Manila next month. He will be installed on June...

‘Lifting of Mining Ban a Sign That Election Is Nearing’ – Bishop Pabillo

The lifting of the ban on new mining deals is a sign that next year's national election is fast approaching, Apostolic Administrator of the...

Bishop Pabillo Urges Church Leaders Not to Remain Silent

On April 25, Good Shepherd Sunday, Bishop Broderick Pabillo of the Manila archdiocese urged fellow church leaders to stand up against the evils of...

Bishop Pabillo Declares May 8 a Day of Prayer for COVID Victims

Bishop Broderick Pabillo, apostolic administrator of the Archdiocese of Manila, has declared a day of prayer and remembrance for those who have lost their...

Catholic Bishops Urge Parishioners to Set Up Community Pantries

Bishop Broderick Pabillo, the apostolic administrator for the Archdiocese of Manila, has urged the faithful to start their own community pantries in their local...

‘The Next Archbishop of Manila Will Be Named Soon’ – Papal Nuncio

The next archbishop of Manila may be named soon, Archbishop Charles John Brown, the Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, hinted. In an interview with CNN...

Govt Eases Restrictions for Churches Under GCQ

Churches in areas under general community quarantine are now allowed to accommodate up to 50 percent of their capacity, the Malacañang announced. This new...

Catholics Urged to Burn Own Palms for Ash Wednesday

Bishop Broderick Pabillo, the Apostolic Administrator of Manila, is urging Catholics to burn their own palms and sprinkle ashes among themselves on Ash Wednesday,...

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