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The Movement Against Tyranny is demanding a public apology from NTF-ELCAC Spokesperson and PCOO Undersecretary Lorraine Badoy for making 'condemnable' allegations against Sister Mary John Mananzan that has put the nun's 'life and liberty in peril'
A spiritual teacher, Eckhart Tolle, gives us a piece of advice to overcome negative emotions: Live in the now
Sr Mary John Mananzan has been a staunch critic of the Duterte administration, but she hasn't called for the ouster of Duterte and his replacement by Robredo
Christ’s thirst was not only physical. It is the agonizing cry of one who is surrounded by blindness, hardness of heart, cruelty.
Supporters of Leila de Lima want the senator to be transported to and from Camp Crame 'with dignity'
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'Because he is President, he should not speak like that,' says former St Scholastica's College president Sister Mary John Mananzan
'We are seeing an erosion of our moral fiber as a people,' says an activist nun as the Philippines marks the 32nd anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution
Families of victims of drug-related deaths gather to remember their loved ones, and to pray for justice
'Nakakataba ng puso 'yon kasi hindi na sila tahimik,' Sister Mary John Mananzan says as thousands stage rallies against the Duterte administration's abuses
We cannot allow women who pretend to be for women and then enable misogynists in positions of power Hello Pia Cayetano and hello other women’s groups that are in alliance with this President says Meggan Evangelista of Babaylanes Incorporated
At a forum that seeks to unite women Sr Mary John Mananzan hits critics of the reproductive health law – including bishops
X users share their experiences from EDSA I and their hopes for the Philippines 30 years after the People Power Revolution
The activist nun reads – and reacts to – the youth s tweets and Facebook posts about the EDSA revolution
Sister Mary John Mananzan a nun activist for women s rights says Pope Francis seems to have it all save for one – sufficient exposure to the struggles of women
It will be very difficult to go back to an era when the Church treated the state as its instrument
Women should have a seat at the table of decision makers who will build the peace in Mindanao