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WASHINGTON D.C., May 27, 2015–It is not discrimination for a Catholic to publicly profess his faith, Cardinal Donald Wuerl of Washington insisted Sunday in a pastoral letter on “Being Catholic [More]
DUBLIN, Ireland, May 26, 2015–Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin has said the church needs a “reality check” after Irish voters overwhelmingly supported same-sex marriage. Ireland was the first country in [More]
JUBA, South Sudan, May 26, 2017–Human rights in South Sudan are abused “on the battlefield and in peaceful areas,” and much of the country is without effective governance, church leaders [More]

News from the Vatican

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(Vatican Radio) During his address at the World Summit on the Information Society currently being held in Geneva, Switzerland, Monsignor Paul Tighe, the Secretary of the Pontifical Council for [More]
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Wednesday spoke to couples who are engaged to be married and told them not to be superficial as they prepare to enter into a life-long [More]
(Vatican Radio) Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Secretary of State of the Vatican, has addressed the International Conference of the Centesimus Annus – Pro Pontifice Foundation, which is meeting this week [More]

JesCom TV

Believing that the mass audience in the Philippines is best reached through broadcast media, JesCom produces programs regularly aired on television. Among our most popular shows are Kape’t Pandasal, and The Word Exposed. [More]

Kape't Pandasal

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The Word Exposed

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JesCom Radio

JesCom is regularly heard on the radio through its partnerships with leading radio stations.

Our programs include Usapang Kapatid on DZMM and Pasakalye on Radio Veritas. Usapang Kapatid is a talk show hosted by Fr. Nono Alfonso, S.J. and Sr. Bubbles Bandojo, R.C. every Saturdays, from 11:00 pm to 12:00 midnight. Pasakalye, which airs on Sundays at 5:30 am, features light banter and inspirational music. [More]

Usapang Kapatid

Jesuit Music Ministry

The Jesuit Music Ministry offers significant teachings and services to enhance and practice our God-given talents, such as Liturgical Music Seminars and Workshops, and Voice Trainings, which help choirs understand their role in the liturgy and choose appropriate songs for the mass, and help choirs sing better through vocal exercises respectively.

The Jesuit Music Ministry (JMM), an official ministry in the Philippine Province of the Society of Jesus, traces its roots to the pioneering work of Fr. Eduardo Hontiveros SJ, who began composing Filipino liturgical songs in response to the mandate of Vatican II in the ‘60s. [More]

JMM Covers

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The Garage

JesCom Creative Technologies Center

The JesCom Creative Technologies Center, nicknamed The Garage, offers affordable media education and technology training to religious and nonprofit organizations. By developing their skills with new technologies, we prepare religious, pastoral and social workers to face contemporary challenges in their local churches, organizations, and communities. Through our seminars and workshops, we help them realize their potential to use media tools to affect positive change. [More]

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