Rappler's latest stories on Catholic faith
Filipinos in the town of Bibiclat, Nueva Ecija, mark the feast of Saint John the Baptist by transforming themselves into 'taong putik' or mud people
Dear children, as for those who dare to teach you error, pray for them and forgive them. They might be insane or possessed. They need God.
'Sa mundong sumasamba sa mga huwad na diyos, bumalik tayo sa Carmel,' writes Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle for 'Salubong at Traslacion'
Irate netizens document the litter left in Holy Week pilgrimage sites and vacation spots
'The 3 keys for Valentine's Day are the same 3 keys for the season of Lent – sacrifice, prayer, and giving,' says Archbishop Socrates Villegas
We are now witnessing Catholicism at its best Those from the faith would do well to reconnect with their faith today and join their Church as it tells those who suffer that they too may partake of the kingdom of God – distant but ever present
Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle leads the baptism of 400 children from the slums of Manila
Ituro kung papa no si Hesus tumanggap sa iba t ibang tao lalo na sa mga hindi minamahal ng lipunan Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle says
It wasn’t being a Catholic that helped me cope with my situation it was the forging of my faith
While both claim to be of divine origin the former traces its authority to St Peter and the succession of popes while the latter from the late Felix Manalo its founder
A women s prison dramedy James Franco s film on necrophilia a tragicomedy on the Catholic Church
The highest court in the land which is not supposed to show bias for any faith is quite Catholic in its practices
People are tired of lousy homilies that ramble in inanities that begin and never end and never end because they should never have begun In the Catholic Church we sinners and pastors bungle up many things But I believe God is present in our Church in mysterious ways