But Fr. Jerome Secillano, executive secretary of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) Committee on Public Affairs, stressed that government-issued health protocols shall be observed in all churches.
“We were always ready. It’s part of our life,” Secillano said when asked about the readiness of churches for the first Simbang Gabi in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Durant takes over as Nets grind thru
LOS ANGELES (AFP) – Kevin Durant finished with 49 points while playing every minute of the game as the Brooklyn Nets rallied from a 17-point deficit to beat the Milwaukee Bucks 114-108 in Game 5 of their NBA playoff series on Tuesday.
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Rody endorses Martin Romualdez for VP
4 caught with P2-M COVID drug
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Senators: Gov't funds enough for herd immunity
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DOTr to address long lines at train, bus stations
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) is stepping up its efforts to address long queues at rail stations and bus stops along EDSA.
US crosses 600 K COVID deaths
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Digital vote fraud
Even with the country still battling the COVID-19 pandemic, national attention is now being diverted to politics. With the 2022 general elections just a year away, plans are being drawn up for the fast-approaching campaign. The Commission on Elections is trying to get more new voters to register and readying the voting machines.
San Juan Starts A5 Vaccination
San Juan will begin vaccinating poor residents or those belonging to the A5 category, the local government announced yesterday.
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Welcome to the era of New Evangelization
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Religious gatherings in NCR + bubble OK'd
Only once a day at 10% venue capacity on April 1-4
‘Simbang Gabi' guidelines issued
CBCP hopes Filipinos will not lose sight of the season’s essence amid pandemic
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