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The Role of Believers at Paris Climate Change Summit

The challenge posed by the climate change conference about to begin in Paris could not be more urgent. The decisions by the delegates will directly affect the health of the global environment and its seven billion inhabitants for decades and perhaps centuries. Believers in religious teaching who heed the lessons of science will play a critical role, by showing their solidarity with the poor and their unwavering commitment to protect God's gift to humanity, the environment.

Message on the Situation of our Lumad Brothers and Sisters in Mindanao


Nakalulungkot at nakababagabag ang mga nangyayari sa ating mga kapatid na katutubo sa Mindanao. May ilan na sa kanila ang namatay at pinaslang. Marami na ang napilitang lumikas at iwanan ang kanilang mga tahanan at ang mga lupain ng kanilang mga ninuno. Nawala ang kanilang kabuhayan. Natigil ang pag-aaral ng mga bata. Higit na nahirapan ang mga matatanda, mga may karamdaman, mga bata at kababaihan. Sinisira ang kalikasan. Umiiral ang kaguluhan, ang karahasan, ang kawalan ng katarungan at kapayapaan sa kanilang pamayanan.

Global Catholic Climate March: Nov. 29

Momentum is building. People all across the world are gathering in unprecedented numbers. Following Pope Francis’ brave call to action, Catholics are joining, lifting up their voices, telling our world leaders that
climate change is real, and we care.

Church to push reform agenda as the Year of the Poor culminates

"The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to release the oppressed." Luke 4:18

Church groups under the Archdiocese of Manila-Commission on Social Services and Development are geared towards pushing the Ten Point-Reform Agenda of the Poor as the Year of the Poor ends.

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