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Philippines

Philippines legislature makes Virgin Mary’s birthday a national holiday

If signed by President Duterte, this would be the second national Marian holiday in the island nation.

Catholic priests in Philippines say they have received death threats

Clergymen vow to continue to speak out against extrajudicial killings linked to President Duterte's war on drugs

Filipino president Rodrigo Duterte calls extrajudicial killings his “only sin”

Human rights observer calls comment, "A grotesque cruelty at best, and a damning indictment of his government’s murderous campaign at worst."

Philippine priest in hiding from Duterte “death squad”

"I couldn't go out for biking, running, walking due to security concerns," Fr. Picardal said.

Priest leads effort to rehabilitate addicts in Philippines

Signs of positive change in a drug-plagued country.

Catholic Bishops criticize Duterte for disregard of human rights

The death toll continues to increase in the Philippines' war on drugs.

Philippine bishops call for prayer and fasting after Duterte calls God stupid

The Philippine president meets with head of conference, even as prelates react to "arrogant" utterances

No apology from Duterte over “stupid God” remarks

Focus on more important issues, Cardinal Tagle urges Philippine Catholics

Philippines’ President Duterte: “who is this stupid God?”

Remarks are latest to rile the Catholic Church

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