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1st Friday Mass in Quiapo flocked with Nazarene devotees

1st Friday Mass in Quiapo flocked with Nazarene devotees

Tweet Since  the  devotees of the Black Nazarene see themselves in times of  poverty and every day  struggles to the wounds and tribulations experienced by Jesus, the people went to Quiapo despite the fact that  their patron’s feast is still three days away. The crowd is starting to get big in Manila’s Quiapo [Continue reading]

No subpoena for Mideo Cruz According to Senate panel

No subpoena for Mideo Cruz  According to Senate panel

Tweet A decision was released by the Senate education, arts, and culture committee on Tuesday. The decision deemed that  it will no longer subpoena Mideo Cruz, the artist in charged with  the talked about  artwork displayed in an exhibit at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP). "It’s not really the artist that is [Continue reading]

Online Visita Iglesia

Online Visita Iglesia

Tweet Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) has prepared the capacity of its Visita Iglesia Online to accommodate a growing  flock of techy individuals.    According to Msgr. Pedro Quitorio, CBCP media director,  the Church hierarchy’s official news service had expanded the website to avoid  [Continue reading]

Mormon church to build new temples

Mormon church to build new temples

Tweet Thomas S. Monson president of  Utah Mormon church has announced that they will build three new temples in North America The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will build temples in Meridian, Idaho; Fort Collins, Colo.; and Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The new temples "will certainly be a blessing to our members in those [Continue reading]

Thousands went to Manila for Church organized rally against RH bill

Thousands went to Manila for Church organized rally against RH bill

Tweet Regardless of  the scorching  heat, thousands of Catholic started to gather at  the Quirino Grandstand in Manila past noon Friday to attend a prayer rally and vigil versus the reproductive health bill pending in Congress. At 6:30 p.m., the crowd ballooned to 20,000, some coming from as far Laguna, went to the area for [Continue reading]

Catholic Church Allows New iPhone App: The confession Application

Catholic Church Allows New iPhone App: The confession Application

Tweet Seemingly,  Catholic Church wants us to have confession, so much that it has allowed a new iPhone app. You can now have your  Confession through  a  Roman Catholic App, available through iTunes for $1.99. However, the new app doesn’t replace traditional confession. You still need  to go to a priest for [Continue reading]

340-Year-Old Bible Discovered in Wisconsin

340-Year-Old Bible Discovered in Wisconsin

Tweet According to reports, a 340-year-old Bible was discovered in a Wisconsin Lutheran church by a sixth grade teacher in a safe. Debra Court saw the Bible while trying  to look for  baptismal records. The "age" of the Bible was not known until the Concordia Seminary Library was asked about it. Now, the findings turned [Continue reading]

Filipino priest recognized by Barcelona city council

Filipino priest recognized by Barcelona city council

Tweet Out of the 44 nominated individuals of different nationalities and from various organizations, Filipino priest  Fr. Avelino del Rosario Sapida  won in  Barcelona’s Premi Consell d’Immigració.  Premi Consell d’Immigració is a recognition awarded by the city council of Barcelona to [Continue reading]

Live stream: Watch Pope’s Christmas mass online

Live stream: Watch Pope’s Christmas mass online

Tweet Vatican has a wonderful news for everyone who can’t hear mass on Christmas eve. On Wednesday, Vatican said Pope Benedict XVI’s traditional Christmas Eve mass will be streamed live on the Internet in six languages and available on iPhones around the world. The Italian-language mass will be translated into English, French, German, [Continue reading]

Pope’s comments drew different opinions from the Catholics

Pope’s comments drew different opinions from the Catholics

Tweet     Pope Benedict XVI’s remarks regarding use of condoms surprised everyone and brought in different interpretations even from its own church, the Catholics. A Vatican spokesman said the Pope’s informal comment on the issue was not "a revolutionary breakthrough." "The Pope considered an exceptional [Continue reading]

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