Rappler's latest stories on Amado Picardal
Marking Christianity's 5th centenary in the Philippines is not just an ecclesial celebration, but also a celebration of who we are as a people and nation
The change – pagbabago – that he promised remains illusory
Its misunderstanding can be used to silence the Church
Change will ultimately come – whether it will be peaceful or violent will depend on us and how we vote at this moment in history
The threat of violence is meant to intimidate the leaders of the Church, to instill fear in their hearts so that they will remain silent and will not be a threat to his authoritarian rule
Archbishop Oscar Romero was the shepherd who had the smell of the sheep
There are priests who support these killings or turn a blind eye. They think it is acceptable for the common good.
The scandals that rock the Church are not just about sexual abuse or misconduct, but also the self-serving way leadership is exercised
'It can be filed in the lower courts and it will be acted upon expeditiously,' Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque assures Father Amado 'Picx' Picardal
Father Amado Picardal has spent his life documenting Davao Death Squad killings. He sees himself as the target of the notorious group.