Faith and Justice: I am so sick of this election and the entire political process. Politics just is not fun anymore. It is depressing.
Thousands marched on Sept. 21 to protest the extrajudicial killings under President Duterte and the 1972 establishment of martial law under the Marcos regime.
Preview: Sr. Michaela Gotangco and Sr. Crescencia Lucero spoke about coordinating a Sept. 21 event in Manila to protest extrajudicial killings.
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In a Sept. 14 statement, Archbishop Socrates Villegas of Lingayen-Dagupan urged Catholic lawmakers not to support "any attempt to restore the death penalty."
As the body count rises in the Philippines' war on drugs, a Catholic priest is trying to create a space where healing takes precedence over killing.
Eco Catholic: Catholics are joining fellow Christians in the celebration that runs from the Sept. 1 day of prayer through Oct. 4, the feast of St. Francis of Assisi.
Eco Catholic: A government order has stopped a large mining firm from removing nickel ore stockpiles from a village on a small island in the Philippines.
Reports estimate more than 600 people have been killed since the May election of President Rodrigo Duterte.
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