Roman Catholicism in the Philippines
The Roman Catholic Church in the Philippines is part of the worldwide Catholic Church, with its head being the Pope. It is also one of two nations in Asia with a predominantly Roman Catholic populatio...
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Freedom of religion in the Philippines
Freedom of religion in the Philippines is guaranteed by the Constitution of the Philippines.
The 1987 Constitution of the Philippines declares: The separation of Church and State shall be inviolab...
List of the Roman Catholic dioceses of the Philippines
The following is a List of the Roman Catholic dioceses of the Philippines. The dioceses' bishops comprise the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP), an episcopal conference.The dioce...
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Ateneo de Manila University
The Ateneo de Manila University (Filipino: Pamantasang Ateneo de Manila; also referred to as “the Ateneo”) is a private, coeducational, Roman Catholic, teaching and research university located in Quez...
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University of Santo Tomas
The Pontifical and Royal University of Santo Tomas, The Catholic University of the Philippines (UST, Filipino: Unibersidad ng Santo Tomas, Spanish: Pontificia y Real Universidad de Santo Tomás...
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Our Lady of the Candles
Our Lady of the Candles (Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria; formally: Nuestra Señora de la Purificación y Candelaria) is a Marian title and image venerated by Filipino Catholics in the Western Visayas....
Loyola Schools
The Loyola Schools is the higher education unit of the Ateneo de Manila University that offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the Arts and Sciences. It operates under the statutes of th...
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Juan de los Reyes
Juan de los Reyes (c. 1652 – 1676) was a Spanish Catholic priest and evangelist who was among the protomartyrs of Guam.
De los Reyes was the next Kapampangan victim together Padre Sebastián de Mon...
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Couples for Christ
The Couples for Christ (abbreviated as CFC) is an international Catholic lay ecclesial movement whose goal is to renew and strengthen Christian family life and values. It is one of 122 International A...
Francisco Combés
Francisco Combés (1620 – 1665) was a Spanish priest who established Christian monasteries in the Philippines in the 17th century.Combés was born in Zaragoza, Spain. At age twelve, he joined the Jesuit...
Holy Week in the Philippines
Holy Week in the Philippines (Spanish: Semana Santa, Filipino: Mahál na Araw, English: Holy Week) is a significant religious observance for the Roman Catholic majority and most Protestant groups.Begin...
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Roman Catholic Diocese of Talibon
The Diocese of Talibon is one of the 72 ecclesiastical territories called dioceses of the Roman Catholic Church in the Philippines. It is one of two dioceses in the province of Bohol and part of the ...
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Ramon Arguelles
Ramon Cabrera Arguelles (Born November 12, 1944) was appointed Archbishop of the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Lipa in the province of Batangas, on the island of Luzon, Philippines on November 26, 1993....
Maria Beatriz del Rosario Arroyo
Servant of God María Beatriz del Rosario Arroyo (María Rosario of the Visitation) (February 17, 1884 - June 14, 1957) was a Filipino nun and the founder of the Dominican Sisters of the Most Holy Rosar...
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Leonardo Legaspi
Leonardo Zamora Legazpi, O.P. (25 November 1935 – 8 August 2014) was the Archbishop Emeritus of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Caceres, and was the former President of the Catholic Bishop's Confere...
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Student Catholic Action
The Student Catholic Action is a religious student organization in the Philippines. Its affiliation overseas is the International Young Catholic Students (IYCS), also known as International Young Chri...
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