By Tina G. Santos
The visit of Pope Francis to the Philippines in January 2015 will be an opportunity for the Filipino people to show who they truly are—resilient and having a “bottomless” hope, according to Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle.
By Joey A. Gabieta
Na higugma ha iyo an santo papa!(The Holy Father loves you!). This was the message conveyed by Papal Nuncio to the Philippines Guiseppe Pinto during his homily in a Christmas Mass he celebrated at the Sto. Niño church, this city. The church was one of the city structures badly damaged by supertyphoon “Yolanda” (Haiyan).
By Philip C. Tubeza
A Catholic Church official downplayed on Tuesday, the prophecy of a 12th-century Irish saint who supposedly predicted that the next Pope would be the last and the end of the world would follow.
A law professor at the University of the Philippines is holding a screening of the trailer of “Innocence of Muslims” , an anti-Islam film that has ignited violence across the Middle East.
Broadly speaking, religion is less important for Asian Americans than for Americans overall, but that doesn’t mean they shun faith altogether, a Pew Research Center study on Thursday suggests.