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Cardinal Tagle leads Walk for Climate on Sept. 19

Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle will lead the “Walk for Climate” on  September 19, 2014, after the Mass at the Manila Cathedral at 6:30 a.m. The Walk for Climate highlights the Season of Creation in the Ecclesiastical Province of Manila composed of an archdiocese and 11 suffragan dioceses from September 1 to October 4.

This Walk for Climate is in solidarity with the Global March for Climate, and is a call for urgent action against climate change. The walk’s parish stations will carry messages on the environment calling on the government to take urgent steps to reduce climate risk by stopping the use of coal plants for energy generation, and by stopping aggressive and destructive developments such as reclamations, agricultural land conversions, and mining.

The Walk from the Cathedral stop at the Our Lady of the Pillar Church (Sta. Cruz Church), to proceed to other churches in the city, in a relay manner: St. Vincent de Paul in San Marcelino, San Fernando de Dilao in Paco, St. Joseph the Worker in Palanan, Santa Clara de Montefalco in Pasay. It will end at the National Shrine of Our Mother of Perpetual Help (Baclaran Church).

Bishops and priests of the ecclesiastical province will celebrate the Mass and join the walk along with environment officials from the government led by Commissioner Yeb Sano.


Do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with your God (Micah 6:8)


CBCP Lenten Message 2014

As we begin this Lenten Season in the Year of the Laity, we invite you, our brothers and sisters, to reflect on poverty, particularly the types that contradict God‟s Kingdom as well as those other types that promote and establish the Kingdom. We do this following the lead of our Holy Father, Pope Francis, whose own Lenten Message takes its inspiration from St. Paul writing about our Lord Jesus Christ: “He became poor, so that by his poverty you might become rich” (cf. 2 Cor 8:9).
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Communion and Mission

(Talk delivered by His Eminence Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle, Archbishop of Manila, during the First Saturday MAGPAS on September 6, 2014 at the Malate Catholic School.)

Magandang umaga po! Magandang umaga! Maraming salamat po muli sa pagdalo sa ating magpas. Long time no see. Pasensiya na po kayo lagi tayo napapadpad sa kung saan saan. Ngayon naman ay magkakasama na tayo muli. Ibig kong, sa aking pakikipagkonsulta kay Msgr. Gerry Santos, ibig ko pong mag bigay pagbabahagi ng isang napakahalagang punto ng atin pong pagsisikap na makatugon sa panawagan na  maging tunay  Simbahan na tunay na nagmi-misyon sa ating panahon lalo na ngayong Taon ng mga Layko, Year of the Laity. Nakatutok pa rin tayo sa BEC, sa pagbubuo ng mga mamumunting pamayanang Kristiyano. At katulad po ng nagawa natin nang nakaraan, masigasig naman tayong ginagabayan ng atin pong BEC commission. Sina Fr. Benjie Ledesma at ng kanyang mga katuwang. 

Papal Visit 2015 Official Website Launched

Lingayen, Pangasinan—PapalVisit.ph, the Official Website of the Apostolic Visit of Pope Francis to the Philippines, is now live!

The website, commissioned by the Papal Visit 2015 Central Committee through the Episcopal Commission on Social Communication (ECSC) of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) and the CBCP Media Office, was formally launched here by CBCP President Most Rev. Socrates Villegas, bishop of Lingayen-Dagupan, during the Catholic Social Media Summit v3.0 (CSMS v3.0).

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