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  • Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle imposes ashes on the lay faithful during the Ash Wednesday Mass at the Arzobispado de Manila Chapel in Intramuros. In his homily Cardinal Tagle said that Lent is the time to return to God, to be reconciled to Him, through our reconciliation with our neighbor, our family, our community and society and our environment. In this Holy Year of Mercy, Cardinal Tagle said that Pope Francis invites all not to be afraid, not to be tired of returning to God and seeking His mercy, which never fails.

  • Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle receives the ashes on his forehead from Msgr. Jose Clemente Ignacio, Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila during the Mass for Ash Wednesday presided by the Cardinal at the Arzobispado de Manila chapel. In his homily Cardinal Tagle called on the faithful the 40 days of Lent present us with the opportunity to return to God and be reconciled with him. He dwelt on the three ways of returning to God: Prayer, fasting and almsgiving.

  • Representatives of various religions along with Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle come together for a Breakfast Dialogue at the Arzobispado de Manila on February 1 to mark the opening of the 2016 World Interfaith Week.

     

  • Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle in a serious huddle with Dr. Potre Diampuan at the Breakfast Dialogue at the Arzobispado de Manila on February 1 to mark the opening of the 2016 World Interfaith Harmony Week

  • Ladies of different religions exchange talks during the Breakfast Dialogue held at the Arzobispado de Manila on February 1 to open the celebration of the 2016 World Interfaith harmony Week.

  • Members of the Diplomatic Corps serving in the Philippines are shown with Cardinal Tagle during the Breakfast Dialogue at the Arzobispado de Manila on February 1 to mark the opening of the 2016 World Interfaith Harmony Week.

  • The Culture of the Eucharist. Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle gives the catechesis on "The Eucharist and the Dialogue with Cultures" during the fifth day of the International Eucharistic Congress in Cebu. For him emerging cultures have spawned new challenges for the Church and her members who seek to grow in faith and spirituality. ...



  • ....The culture fosters alienating individualism, uncontrolled accumulation and materialism that lead to a throw-away mind-set and practice, and an acceptance virtual reality that substitutes for the authentic, credible and integrity-laden reality. He presented the Culture of the Eucharist, a Culture of Convocation where we are called to be with others for a meal prepared by the Lord. Here they share the meal: the sinful but loved, the undeserving but invited, the shamed but embraced and the lost but trusted. (Photos by Roy Lagarde/CBCPNews).

     

  • His Eminence Cardinal Charles Maung Bo of Myanmar, Papal Legate to the 51st International Eucharistic Congress delivers the homily during the congress Opening Mass at the Plaza Independencia, Cebu City.

  • Myanmar Cardinal Maung Bo is welcomed by Filipino Cardinals, Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Tagle and Cotabato Archbishop Orlando Quevedo prior to the canonical reception.

  • The procession in honor of Jesus the Black Nazarene is attended by millions of devotees as it winds its way through the streets of the district, starting from the Quirino grandstand in the early morning of January 8. This year the image of Jesus the Black Nazarene entered its Shrine around 2 a.m. January 10. - Photo by Maria Tan

     

  • Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle says it is the mercy of God that draws millions to seek Him through the devotion to His Son, Jesus the Black Nazarene. For the multitude that joins the procession and the thousands who daily flock the Quiapo Church, who are mostly poor, Jesus is the Savior, the one who completely understands their pain and suffering, and who is always ready to be with them, to heal them and comfort them.

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Pope Francis’ ‘Laudato Si’ Makes Season of Creation More Meaningful

The latest encyclical of Pope Francis, Laudato Si, has made the celebration of this year’s Season of Creation more meaningful and relevant according to Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio G. Cardinal

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The Archdiocese of Manila opens the Season of Creation this year on September 1, the date also set by Pope Francis as the “World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation.” In a circular, Manila Arc

‘Practice Heaven Here on Earth Now!’

And thank you for coming to witness the installation of the new rector of our cathedral and basilican, Father Regie Malicdem. At siyempre salamat kay Cardinal Gaudencio Rosales. Hindi niya matit

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Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle has constituted the Archdiocese’s Presbyteral Council and named its members in a circular dated August 10, 2015. The members of the Presbyteral Co