- Jul 9, 2020
Filipino Catholics processed through the city’s Quiapo district with an image of Our Lady of Mount Carmel to “meet” the image of the Black Nazarene May 4 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of arrival of Mary’s image in their country.
The Archdiocese of Manila will be the custodian of a relic of St. John Paul II: a vial of the late pope’s blood that was to be placed in a reliquary for veneration starting April 7.
Celebrating the Mass of the Lord’s Supper, Manila Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle washed the feet of a priest who had been held captive for months and the parents of a slain Filipino migrant worker.
In his ministry as archbishop of Manila and in his travels for Caritas Internationalis, Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle said he is reminded of the true meaning of hope by people living in situations the world would see as hopeless.
Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle of Manila is in the spotlight this week as Pope Francis visits the Philippines. Last March, Crux associate editor John L. Allen Jr. traveled to Manila to give a talk to mark the 50th anniversary of Divine Word Seminary in Tagaytay City and for a dinner