An official of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) on Monday urged victims of abuse by members of the clergy to speak up.
Pope Francis may have the opportunity to personally chide President Rodrigo Duterte for his "jokes" and attacks on the Catholic Church, if plans for a papal visit to the Philippines in 2021 pushes through.
Cultural activist Carlos Celdran on Wednesday asked the Supreme Court (SC) to reverse its ruling that affirmed his conviction for "offending religious feelings" for barging inside the Manila Cathedral and denouncing the Catholic Church's…
The Catholic Church has launched a massive clapback against the tirade and insults of President Rodrigo Duterte who called God stupid and rubbished Creation and Original Sin as a big joke.
Akbayan party-list Rep. Tom Villarin is cynical about the plan of government to hold a dialogue with the Catholic Church.
ACT Teachers party-list Representative Antonio Tinio said Duterte's blasphemous remarks against God "undermines freedom of religion," which is protected under the Constitution.
The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines-Public Affairs Committee (CBCP-PAC) on Tuesday reiterated its stand against the divorce bill being pushed by Albay Rep. Edcel Lagman.
Philippine National Police chief Director Genera Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa lashed back at the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) over the latter’s remarks on Oplan Tokhang.
As it takes the lead in the government's war against illegal drugs, the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency said it will work with the Catholic Church in fighting the menace.
Malacañang has cautioned the Catholic Church against providing sanctuary to cops who claim to have knowledge on drug-related killings under the administration, saying they might be used by entities out to sabotage the drug war.