20thJul

Caritas Manila conducts Disaster Prevention Educational Awareness Program

In observance of the Disaster Prevention Month this July, Caritas Manila launched its educational awareness program on disaster prevention that will run this month up to September 2017. According to Caritas Manila Executive Director Rev. Fr. Anton CT Pascual, this educational awareness program aims to educate most especially urban poor communities in Metro Manila about

13thJul

Segunda Mana’s Flagship Outlet opens in Fairview Terraces

As part of strengthening its social entrepreneurship programs, the Archdiocese of Manila’s lead social services and development ministry, Caritas Manila, opened its Segunda Mana’s flagship outlet in Fairview Terraces, Novaliches, Quezon city. His Excellency Novaliches Bishop Antonio Tobias, D.D. together with the Vicar General of Diocese of Novaliches Fr. Tony Labiao and Caritas Manila Executive

28thJun

Catholic Church distributes goods to evacuation camps in Iligan

The Diocese of Iligan with Radio Veritas 846 and Caritas Manila lead the distribution of goods to the evacuation centers in Iligan city for residents of Marawi City fleeing the violence in the area.   In an interview with Church-run Radio Veritas, Rev. Fr. Ricardo Valencia, priest minister of Caritas Damayan Program of Caritas Manila

9thJun

Buy and Give Expo 5 opens at the Fisher Mall

Caritas Margins opens today (June 9) its Buy and Give Expo 5 at the upper ground floor, Fisher Mall in Quezon Ave., cor. Roosevelt Ave., Quezon City. Caritas Manila’s Restorative Justice Ministry priest-in-charge Rev. Fr. Roberto “Bobby” dela Cruz (center) led the blessing and opening of the four-day expo together with (from left to right)

6thJun

Caritas Manila wins complaint against health provider with similar name

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) decided in favor of Caritas Manila against Caritas Health Shield, Inc. due to the latter’s deceptively similar name. This after Caritas Manila, Inc., the lead social services and development ministry of the Archdiocese of Manila filed a complaint against Caritas Health Shield, Inc., a health care services provider, and