Rappler's latest stories on Palm Sunday
'We can either get depressed and alienated... or we can get creative,' says Pope Francis
We cannot and must not escape this reality of uncertainty. We have to face it, pray over it, and wrestle with it – and perhaps let go of the need to know why.
It was like God was telling me: 'Kirk, you guys claim that your business is about me, that everything you do is for me. Put your money where your mouth is.'
'Let it be a statement of hope: There is going to be new life, new creation, after COVID-19,' says Caloocan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David
Bookmark this page to watch the online Palm Sunday Mass led by Pope Francis, live from Vatican City at 5 pm (Manila time)
Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle leads an online Palm Sunday Mass at 2 pm, Manila time, from the Pontificio Collegio Filippino in Rome
Proclaim our coming victory over this pandemic, a victory only possible if we don't give up on ourselves, if we don't give up on each other, if we don't give up on God
‘There is still the Holy Week but we celebrate it differently, and hopefully, more deeply,’ says Bishop Broderick Pabillo of Manila
Here is the set of Mass readings in Catholic churches around the world for Palm Sunday 2020
Here's how Filipinos observed Palm Sunday 2019 in different places of worship across the Philippines
Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle warns against the 'more attractive' tendency to follow the high and mighty
Bookmark this page to watch Cardinal Tagle's Holy Week services on Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Black Saturday (Easter Vigil)
This week's selection of photo highlights here and around the world
'Sa panahon natin ngayon, kay dami-raming sumusunod sa mga hari na ang ginagamit ay dahas, armas, pananakot – kapos na kapos sa pag-unawa at pakikiisa sa mga mahihina'
Are you still a Christian with firm convictions, or have we become so deeply compromised that we are no longer sure on which we stand?
(UPDATED) 'Even if others keep quiet, if we older people and leaders, so often corrupt, keep quiet, if the whole world keeps quiet and loses its joy, I ask you: Will you cry out?' Pope Francis asks
'Tinatanong tayo ni Pilato: Sino ang pipiliin ninyo – ang mga Barabas ng panahon ngayon, o si Hesus, ang Hari?' says Cardinal Tagle as Holy Week 2018 begins
Cardinal Tagle leads the blessing of palm fronds (palaspas) outside the Manila Cathedral, while the same ritual takes place in other Philippine churches
Here is the set of Mass readings in Catholic churches around the world for Palm Sunday 2018
In different parts of the country, some people can be seen near churches, busy adorning palm fronds ahead of Palm Sunday
Ever wondered why the dates for Holy Week change? Check out this video!
A round up of videos from the past week you need to watch
Filipinos flock to churches nationwide in keeping with the Lenten tradition
4th UPDATE The Islamic State claims responsibility for the twin attacks on Egypt s Coptic Christian minority
Being away from a predominantly Catholic country is a humbling lesson in being a minority
At the start of Holy Week the Manila archbishop says Catholics should set their priorities straight
Pope Francis urged the faithful to ask themselves if they were like the other disciples who wanted to resolve everything by the sword or like Judas who pretended to love Jesus kissing him before betraying him
Despite Manny Pacquiao s much hyped return to the ring people still attended the Palm Sunday mass to mark the start of the Holy Week
The message of Easter is one of life reborn of the potential for new life Regardless of what the justices have ruled we should not forget that we honor God by honoring the gift of life
Rappler s virtual Visita Iglesia allows visitors to tour 14 Philippine churches and do the Stations of the Cross at their own pace