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Cardinal Tagle backs February 24 walk vs killings

MANILA, Philippines – Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle called on Filipinos to join a grand procession on Saturday, February 24, to oppose drug war killings, the death penalty, and other offenses against life. The procession, called Walk for Life, is set from 4 am to 8 ........»»

Category: newsSource: rappler rapplerFeb 23rd, 2018

Treat people as gifts, not commodities – Cardinal Tagle

MANILA, Philippines – Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle urged Filipinos to recover the value of treating people as gifts, not commodities, as he led a Mass to defend life in the face of killings in the Philippines.  At the Walk for Life on Saturday, February 24, ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsFeb 25th, 2018

Don’t get distracted -- Tagle

WHILE stressing the need to defend the Catholic Church against attacks, Manila Archbbishop Luis Antionio Cardinal Tagle called on the people “not to be distracted” from other issues that affect them.Tagle said that the increasing prices of goods, the rising unemployment, corruption, and the continued killings are real issues that….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJul 3rd, 2018

PH Catholic Church ‘silence’ over priest killings defended

A CATHOLIC archbishop defended the Church against criticisms that it had been silent on the recent killings of its priests. Sen. Leila de Lima criticized His Eminence Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle on Saturday for being silent on the deaths of Fr. Richmond Nilo of Zaragoza, Nueva Ecija on June 10; Fr. Marcelito Paez of San [...] The post PH Catholic Church ‘silence’ over priest killings defended appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsJun 18th, 2018

Cardinal Tagle hits fake freedom on Independence Day 2018

MANILA, Philippines – Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle criticized "fake freedom" brought about by killings and other injustices, as the Philippines marked its 120th Independence Day on Tuesday, June 12. "Huwad ang kalayaan kapag pinaglalaruan ang katarungan. Inuulit po natin: Taliwas sa kalooban ng Diyos ang ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 12th, 2018

‘Walk For Life’: Cardinal Tagle, may mensahe sa mga biktima ng patayan

Ito ang ikalawang taon ng pagtitipon na nagsusulong na imulat ang mga tao sa kahalagahan ng buhay at pagkundena sa anumang uri ng pagpatay.  Source link link: ‘Walk For Life’: Cardinal Tagle, may mensahe sa mga biktima ng patayan.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsFeb 25th, 2018

PANOORIN: 2,000 Katoliko, dumalo sa Walk for Life

MAYNILA, Pilipinas – Daan-daang Katoliko ang nagtipon sa Quirino Grandstand nitong Sabado, Pebrero 24, para sa Walk for Life, isang malakihang prusisyon laban sa mga patayan ngayon sa Pilipinas. Higit-kumulang 2,000 ang dumalo rito, ayon sa Philippine National Police. Paalala sa kanila ni Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle, ang buhay ay isang ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsFeb 24th, 2018

Church sets February 24 walk vs killings, dictatorship

MANILA, Philippines – The Catholic Church is set to hold a Walk for Life next Saturday, February 24, to oppose drug war killings, the death penalty, and the looming resurgence of dictatorship in the Philippines. The Walk for Life is set from 4 am to 8 am ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsFeb 17th, 2018

Church finds ‘her voice’ in 2017 to oppose spate of killings, rights abuses

  It was in 2017 or a year into the Duterte presidency that the Catholic Church found "her voice" to oppose the spate of killings, the disregard for due process and human right violations.   It began with the massive "Walk for Life" prayer rally in February, followed by a 40-day mourning period beginning in September and a 33-day healing period which started in November.   "The Church found her voice to oppose the seeming disregard for human rights and legal processes. What is important is that the Church was finally able to voice its opinions," Fr. Jerome Secillano said.   Secillano, executive secretary of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of ...Keep on reading: Church finds ‘her voice’ in 2017 to oppose spate of killings, rights abuses.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 29th, 2017

Cardinal Tagle urges gov't to end killings

anila Archbishop Cardinal........»»

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Cardinal Tagle views killings 'with pain and horror' - Manila Bulletin

Cardinal Tagle views killings 'with pain and horror' - Manila Bulletin.....»»

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Toll our bells, Cardinal Tagle says amid drug war killings

Toll our bells, Cardinal Tagle says amid drug war killings.....»»

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Toll our bells, Cardinal Tagle says amid drug war killings - Rappler

Toll our bells, Cardinal Tagle says amid drug war killings - Rappler.....»»

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Spare a Life

Cardinal Tagle has just issued a message on drug related killings......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 23rd, 2017

Cardinal Tagle's statement on drug-related killings - ClickLancashire

Cardinal Tagle's statement on drug-related killings - ClickLancashire.....»»

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Cardinal Tagle's statement on drug-related killings - Inquirer.net

Cardinal Tagle's statement on drug-related killings - Inquirer.net.....»»

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WATCH: Cardinal Tagle leads Good Friday 'Walk for Life'

WATCH: Cardinal Tagle leads Good Friday 'Walk for Life'.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsApr 15th, 2017

Cardinal Tagle urges 'active non-violence' amid killings

Cardinal Tagle urges 'active non-violence' amid killings.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsFeb 18th, 2017

TRANSCRIPT: Cardinal Tagle's speech at Walk for Life

TRANSCRIPT: Cardinal Tagle's speech at Walk for Life.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsFeb 18th, 2017

Tagle: Condemn all forms of killings

MANILA, Philippines — Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle called on Filipinos to uphold the sanctity of life amid the spate of killings in the coun.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 30th, 2016

49ers fear QB Garoppolo sustained season-ending ACL injury

By Dave Skretta, Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Kyle Shanahan was watching as Jimmy Garoppolo scrambled toward the 49ers sideline and, rather than safely duck out of bounds, stepped back to his right and took a wicked shot from Steven Nelson. At first, the San Francisco coach thought his quarterback had sustained a concussion. Turns out it may have been a season-ending knee injury. Garoppolo's left knee buckled just before the Chiefs' cornerback delivered a shoulder-to-shoulder blow, and that was the reason he went down so hard. Garoppolo was on the turf for a couple of minutes before he was helped to his feet and eventually carted off late in a 38-27 loss to Kansas City. "We fear an ACL," Shanahan said afterward. "We'll find out more tomorrow." That's bad news for the banged-up 49ers (1-2), who already lost top running back Jerick McKinnon to a season-ending knee injury and only have two other quarterbacks on the roster. C.J. Beathard took over for Garoppolo with just over five minutes left Sunday, and he appeared to throw a touchdown pass to George Kittle before offensive pass interference wiped it out. San Francisco had to kick a field goal and that wound up being the final margin. Now, Beathard is in line to start next week when the 49ers play the Chargers in Los Angeles, and Nick Mullens could get a call-up from the practice squad to serve as the backup. "Any time you lose your starting quarterback, that's a big deal. It was when we lost our starting running back, too," Shanahan said. "Feel for him personally. I know how disappointed he is." Beathard said he spoke to Garoppolo briefly in the trainer's room, and what little of their exchange he was willing to repeat made it quite clear the 49ers' franchise quarterback — who signed a five-year, $137.5 million extension in February — expects his season to be over. "I told him I'll be praying for him and I love him and he just told me to lead these guys," Beathard said. "I've never been in that situation with something possibly that serious. I can only imagine how tough it is for him this early in the season." It's also a big blow for the 49ers, who thought they had the pieces to contend for a playoff spot his season. Now, they've lost two of their most important offensive pieces, to say nothing of a series of injuries on defense Sunday that left them with a piecemeal backfield. Top cornerback Richard Sherman went down with a calf injury, while backup Tarvarius Moore left with a wrist injury. Strong safety Jaquiski Tartt was inactive with a shoulder injury and free safety Adrian Colbert hurt his ankle, forcing a bunch of backups to play significant snaps. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes wound up handling them for 314 yards passing and three TDs. "They do a lot of things. They use their personnel well. They have a lot of guys that are interchangeable and have a lot of tools," said backup safety Antone Exum Jr. "It's a team you have to stay disciplined on and play your assignment." Still, the 49ers leaned on running backs Alfred Morris and Matt Breida and the strong arm of their quarterback to mount a comeback. And after Garoppolo's TD toss to Marquis Goodwin in the third quarter made it 35-24, there was a sense of optimism on the San Francisco sideline. The 49ers were still trailing 38-24 when Garoppolo led them inside the Kansas City 5 in the final minutes. The Chiefs answered with sacks by Allen Bailey and Justin Houston on consecutive plays, then flushed Garoppolo from the pocket on third-and-goal from the 20-yard line. That's when the San Francisco quarterback headed for the sideline, decided to stay in play rather step out of bounds, and ultimately put the rest of the 49ers' season in question. "Just like we always do, you show up to work tomorrow," Shanahan said. "We'll all be men about it. We'll grade the tape hard and see what we did wrong. And when we show up Wednesday it's time to go. "It's part of the NFL season. It's what you have to do," he added. "We all feel for Jimmy. There's no doubt about it. We dealt with this with our running back, too. It's part of the NFL. We're not the first team this has happened to.".....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 24th, 2018