By Charlie C. Señase
The newly installed cardinal from Mindanao admitted Monday evening that his elevation to his new post in the Catholic Church hierarchy means greater responsibility in working for peace, harmony and development-building in Mindanao and the country as a whole.
By Edwin O. Fernandez
All roads lead to Cotabato City as His Eminence Orlando Cardinal Quevedo on Tuesday will have his five-in-one celebration as the first Mindanao cardinal.
Pope Francis on Sunday gave his new cardinals what amounted to a code of conduct : “no intrigue, gossip, power pacts, favoritism.”
By Philip C. Tubeza
The Roman Catholic Church in the country should be humble and avoid being self-referential, said Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle.
By Philip C. Tubeza
Buffeted by secularism and fast-changing technology, the Catholic Church is inaugurating a “festival of faith” in October to keep its message in tune with the times, according to Church officials.
THE LYCEUM Pirates finally got some much needed scoring from other players aside from Shane Ko as Dexter Zamora tallied 22 points to help them pull off a 74-59 win over the Mapua Cardinals in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament yesterday at the Arena in San Juan City. A virtual non-factor in their first few [...]
By Tina G. Santos
It has been six years since farmer-activist Jonas Burgos disappeared, but his mother Edita never wavered in hoping and believing that he is still alive.
Cardinals remained divided over who should be pope on Wednesday after three rounds of voting, an indication that disagreements remain about the direction of the Catholic Church following the upheaval unleashed by Pope Benedict XVI’s surprise resignation.
Catholic cardinals had a final day of jockeying for position on Monday before shutting themselves into the Sistine Chapel to elect a new pope after Benedict XVI’s shock resignation, with an Italian and a Brazilian who both head powerful archdioceses among the top contenders.
The 115 cardinals who will start meeting on Tuesday to elect the next pope are lodging at Casa Santa Marta, a residence near the Sistine Chapel where they will be casting their votes.
By Malou Guanzon-Apalisok
The election of a new Pope begins tomorrow, a process that is hard to predict in terms of how many days or weeks it would last or what the outcome would be. There is no tanto papabile or leading contender among 115 cardinals unlike in previous conclaves where Europeans, especially Italians, were always the frontrunners.
By Nicole Winfield
Cardinals have set Tuesday as the start date for the conclave to elect the next pope, signaling that they were wrapping up a week of discussions about the problems of the church and who best among them might lead it.
By Jocelyn R. Uy
Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle urged devotees of the Black Nazarene to reflect on their relationship with God and challenged them to become witnesses of His love, which has been manifested in the image of the suffering Jesus Christ.