Catholic bishops to reject donations from mining, ‘destructive’ industries

1/29/2022 4:00:00 PM

The country's Catholic bishops will implement a 'non-acceptance policy' on donations 'of whatever kind' coming from alleged environmentally destructive industries, including mining.

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The country's Catholic bishops will implement a 'non-acceptance policy' on donations 'of whatever kind' coming from alleged environmentally destructive industries, including mining.

The country's Catholic bishops will implement a "non-acceptance policy" on donations "of whatever kind" coming from alleged environmentally destructive industries, including mining.

PublishedJanuary 29, 2022 7:49pmThe country's Catholic bishops will implement a"non-acceptance policy" on donations"of whatever kind" coming from alleged environmentally destructive industries, including mining.The country's Catholic bishops will implement a "non-acceptance policy" on donations "of whatever kind" coming from alleged environmentally destructive industries, including mining.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines policy was revealed in a news pastoral statement on ecology, which was released after a two-day online plenary assembly.According to the Catholic bishops, the policy covered "destructive" projects such as coal-fired power plants, quarrying, and fossil gas, “regardless of [the] scale of operation.”

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By JAMIL SANTOS, GMA News Published January 29, 2022 7:49pm The country's Catholic bishops will implement a"non-acceptance policy" on donations"of whatever kind" coming from alleged environmentally destructive industries, including mining..Share on Email Vice President Leni Robredo has rejected war against China to defend the Philippines’ claim over the West Philippine Sea.endIndex: Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, January 28) – Sen.

The country's Catholic bishops will implement a "non-acceptance policy" on donations "of whatever kind" coming from alleged environmentally destructive industries, including mining. The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines policy was revealed in a news pastoral statement on ecology, which was released after a two-day online plenary assembly. According to the Catholic bishops, the policy covered "destructive" projects such as coal-fired power plants, quarrying, and fossil gas, “regardless of [the] scale of operation. Robredo said the Philippines must assert its victory against Beijing before an arbitral tribunal to build a “coalition of nations” that would protect the West Philippine Sea.” CBCP President Bishop Pablo Virgilio David said in a press conference that the protocol would be implemented by the bishops in their respective dioceses. “And of course, the point persons in each community are the parish priests, the school directors and in other institutions run by the Roman Catholic Church,” David explained. May issue ng korapsyon.

“Our people need to be very critical, especially our parish priests. ADVERTISEMENT Meanwhile, Robredo said Thursday she was aware that her honest answers in the “fast talk” segment of her recent interview with television host Boy Abunda could elicit reactions from her fellow presidential candidates but these were her “honest opinion. While we have several needs in our pastoral work, let us not compromise the welfare of our environment.” The CBCP's move comes two years after they agreed not to allow the financial resources of Catholic institutions to be invested in extractive projects. The Philippine bishops also urged banking institutions that fund coal, fossil gas, and other similar industries to issue policies and plans to restrict and eventually phase out their involvement in such industries. In my honest opinion, ‘yun talaga ‘yung palagay ko na kailangan ko isagot,” she said. — DVM, GMA News . He was also implicated in the multibillion-peso pork barrel scam.