ECP Consecrates and Installs two new Diocesan Bishops

STATEMENT OF THE PRIME BISHOP ON THE CONTINUING DISASTERS IN THE COUNTRY

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 death to 15 Continue reading “STATEMENT OF THE PRIME BISHOP ON THE CONTINUING DISASTERS IN THE COUNTRY”

ADVENTURE IS THE BEST WAY TO LEARN

Pilgrimage 2015: Adventure is the Best Way to Learn
by: Madelyn Sabado

How can I best describe my pilgrimage experience? Maybe by telling you in details how this month-long activity ran.

We started our journey here in Manila by being part of the annual program of the Anglican School Commission, dubbed as, Reach-out Manila. This year, other than the 51 Australian pilgrims, there were 9 young people from Continue reading “ADVENTURE IS THE BEST WAY TO LEARN”

SKEP: 20 YEARS OF SERVICE AND LEADERSHIP

SKEP @ 20: Nagbabalik Tanaw at Patuloy na Naglilingkod sa Diyos at Bayan
by: Madelyn Sabado

Mahigit isandaan at limampung (150) kabataang Episcopal mula sa pitong (7) Dioceses ng Episcopal Church in the Philippines (ECP) ang dumalo sa ika-siyam na National Youth Assembly (NYA) na ginanap sa St. Gregory the Great Episcopal Church, Bangnen, Mountain Province noong ika – 20 hanggang ika-24 ng Abril, 2015. Kasabay Continue reading “SKEP: 20 YEARS OF SERVICE AND LEADERSHIP”

STATEMENT OF THE PRIME BISHOP ON EXCOMMUNICATION, PAPAL INFALLIBILITY AND THE RH BILL

PB Malecdan

Excommunication, Papal Infallibility and the Reproductive Health Bill
By: Bishop Edward P. Malecdan

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 Continue reading “STATEMENT OF THE PRIME BISHOP ON EXCOMMUNICATION, PAPAL INFALLIBILITY AND THE RH BILL”