MANILA, Jan. 31, 2012— A Catholic bishop has blamed the government’s economic policy as the culprit behind the rising incidence of hunger in the country, the auxiliary bishop of Manila said.
“Let Agrarian Reform be an Instrument of Social Justice, Economic Empowerment and Political Wisdom in the Aquino Administration. On behalf of our small farmers and agrarian reform beneficiaries, we appeal for equity, dignity and justice: Complete the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program.”
At the Catholic Media Network’s The Forum today, farmers of Hacienda Luisita, together with their support groups,
On behalf of our small farmers, we appeal for truth, equity, dignity and justice.
With local Church of the Apostolic Vicariate of Infanta, we in the National Secretariat for Social Action (NASSA)
TORONTO (CCN)–Bishop Charles Kasonde doesn’t have a problem with mining in Zambia.
In recent years, as a result of the prevailing neoliberal development paradigm and the influence of the World Bank
Bishops who participated in the 102nd Plenary Assembly discussed the status of the HIV situation in the country
Quezon City—The National Secretariat for Social Action-Justice and Peace of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP-NASSA) organized a candlelight procession and holy mass concelebrated by Bishops Edgardo Juanich and Broderick Pabillo in honor and memory of Doc Gerry Ortega, yesterday.