EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE PHILIPPINES NATIONAL OFFICE A PASTORAL STATEMENT ON THE PEACEFUL TALK BETWEEN THE GRP AND THE CPP-NDF-NPA The Episcopal Church in the Philippines welcomes with joy, earnest prayer and high hopes the decision of the Duterte Administration and the Communist Party of the Philippines, its military arm the New People’s Army … Continue reading PB: A PASTORAL STATEMENT ON THE PEACEFUL TALK BETWEEN THE GRP AND THE CPP-NDF-NPA
EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE PHILIPPINES National Office A PASTORAL LETTER ON THE GENERAL ELECTIONS OF MAY 9 As the May 9, 2016 General Election quickly approaches, we call upon the faithful of the Episcopal Church in the Philippines to fulfill their duty and moral obligation to cast their votes. Indeed, to participate in … Continue reading PB: A PASTORAL LETTER ON THE GENERAL ELECTIONS OF MAY 9
Good evening brothers and sisters in Christ! First, as the host Province of the Council of the Church in East Asia and with our ecumenical partner, the Iglesia Filipina Independiente, I welcome you all to this 2015 CCEA Full Assembly. I pray that our coming together for worship, fellowship and business will further strengthen the bond that unite us as a Council.
As we are celebrating Centennial Sunday on 11th October 2015, the National Office is presenting a report on the ECP Centennial Endowment Fund [CEF] which was set up in 2001 as a major capital funding mechanism for Church self-support. It was designed to be held in trust as an endowment, with only 75% of its annual … Continue reading PB’s Report on the ECP Centennial Endowment Fund
Last month, August 2015, typhoon Ineng battered Northern Luzon. While approaching the region, it dumped heavy rains for several days and then came in with sustained winds of 140 kms per hour resulting in landslides in already sodden upland villages, causing..
The Reproductive Health (RH) bill has reached the plenary debate and amendments in the 15th Philippine Congress. The debates are marked with intense passion such that arguments sometimes lose their supposed decency and decorum. Name calling is rampant from...