[OPINION] The issues and concerns the Church faces under Bongbong Marcos' regime

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'The leadership of the Church has still to define the Church's role under the Marcos II regime.' Opinion ThoughtLeaders

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Over a year after Ferdinand Marcos Jr.’s presidential inauguration, some people are wondering why the CBCP has been silent regarding critical issues under this administration. This is quite perplexing since before the election, the CBCP came out with a pastoral letter critical of the historical revisionism and disinformation carried out by the Marcos campaign and implicitly warning about the dire consequences of the return of the dictator’s son.

The leadership of the Church (CBCP, clergy, and religious) has still to define the Church’s role under the Marcos II regime. This requires an accurate assessment of the situation and the problems the country is facing.

The poor quality of basic education as well as the lack of values formation contribute to a lack of competence, critical thinking, and discernment of good and evil. Thus, majority of Filipinos are tolerant of the abuse of power, corruption, and the lack of respect for human rights. They are easily duped by the same kind of self-serving politicians who do not care about the common good and continue to lead the nation to ruin.

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