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In Philippines, no handshakes during Sign of Peace as coronavirus fears grow

The Catholic Church issued guidelines to stem the spread of the disease.

Over 6 million Catholics in the Philippines join “Black Nazarene” procession

They walked the 3.7 mile route barefoot, behind a statue of Jesus.

5 Unmistakably Catholic Christmas traditions in the Philippines

Although Filipinos borrow some elements from secular America, our oldest Christmas rituals come from our Hispanic past.

This Filipina nun’s legacy continues through the order of nuns she established

Mother Rosario Arroyo is much loved and often invoked. Some say her intercession has already brought miracles.

Pope urges Filipinos to continue being “smugglers of the faith”

In a first, Francis celebrates the initial Mass of the Simbang Gabi Christmas novena at St. Peter's

Witnesses to Sri Lanka and Philippines bombings call for greater dialogue

Persecution of Christians calls for alliance with moderates in other faiths.

Child labor in Philippines must be tackled by government, church and society, bishop says

More than 2 million children are working in the country, some of them in dangerous conditions.

John Paul II believed St. Lorenzo Ruiz was a model for all Filipino families

When he beatified and canonized Ruiz, he repeatedly pointed to him as a key to evangelization in the Philippines.

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