Rappler's latest stories on faith in the Philippines
'No matter which side you're on, it's wrong to make people feel unsafe for believing in the things they do, or feel that they are lesser than you for not believing in what you believe'
'I learned that the religious organization I was part of had endorsed politicians who went against the very teachings of my faith...I was disappointed with how the church was seemingly being used to win the ‘Christian vote’
On social media, Kristoffer Pasion, a Filipino historian, minces no words: 'As a Baptist, I denounce this and the disgusting hypocrisy of these church leaders who invited Duterte and laughed at his curse-laden speech'
Why do we rank as a corrupt country despite being the only Christian nation in Asia? What happened to the faith that teaches us to love God and our neighbors?
In the end these people are all hoping for progress Umaasa po kami na sa kanya magmumula ang pagbabago
The cyber savvy Pope Francis ignites a frenzy in the Philippines the so called social media capital of the world
Pope Francis trip to the Philippines fulfills his dream as a young Jesuit: to serve as a missionary in Asia which he now calls a great frontier
I have no problem with their God And because I trust that they are true believers I trust also that they have no problem with the fact that I have not found one