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World Council of Churches' mission delegates have spent half a day with a community living at a garbage dumpsite on the outskirts of Manila, Philippines.
Philippine-based Maryknoll nuns joined their counterparts in other parts of the world in celebrating their order's centenary this year and focusing on interfaith work.
Some 7,000 clients are being served by Ecumenical Church Loan Fund Philippines, whose seed fund was from Eclof International, a micro-finance NGO.
Despite many divisions and dissensions, Christian communities across the world have observed the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity this January.
In the midst of a governance crisis that threatens to divide the Philippines, churches are marking the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity by working for change.
A tropical storm that hit the southern Philippines eight days before Christmas has prompted seasonal church solidarity with the victims.
Partner organisations in the Philippines are to be helped to reach more people who have lost homes and livelihoods
The Philippine House of Representatives has heard Protestant-backed calls for a vote on a population control bill opposed by the Catholic Church.
The killing of a well-loved priest in southern Philippines has inspired the revival of a campaign to end political killings, church workers say.
Indigenous spirituality is enhancing the Christian tradition in many Philippine churches, as they retrace the local context of their faith.