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Contact tracing can also be done for Mass attendees, similar to the order of the LTFRB for operators of public utility vehicles to keep a list of their passengers, Manila Apostolic Administrator BishopBroderick Pabillo said. | @cgonzalesINQ 

Bishop Broderick Pabillo criticizes new government restrictions on religious services in the #Philippines , as Bishops release new guidelines for public Masses. #coronavirus 

‘In our weakness and confusion, we are not alone,’ says Bishop Broderick Pabillo of Manila. #COVID19PH 

‘In our weakness and confusion, we are not alone,’ says Bishop Broderick Pabillo of Manila. #COVID19PH 

LOOK: Manila Archdiocese Bishop Broderick Pabillo leads a mass during the National Consecration of the Immaculate Heart of Mary at the Manila Cathedral in Manila on Wednesday, the 103rd anniversary of the Virgin Mary’s apparitions in Fatima, Portugal.

Should religious services be allowed in places under general community quarantine? Bishop Broderick Pabillo believes that the resumption of these services are 'essential' to the needs of the public especially in trying times during a pandemic. #COVID19 

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Bishop Broderick Pabillo urged the Catholic faithful to heed the call of Pope Francis to pray, fast and do acts of charity on May 14 to end the COVID-19 pandemic.

Archdiocese of Manila's Apostolic Administrator Bishop Broderick Pabillo says the government's shutting of ABS-CBN is traitorous to the people. He said no matter what the government's justification is, the move was politically motivated.

Bishop Broderick Pabillo, the apostolic administrator of the Archdiocese of Manila, on Wednesday urged the public to defend press freedom as he described the shutdown of broadcasting giant ABS-CBN as a move closer to martial law. | @katrinahallare 

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LOOK: Apostolic Administrator of the Archdiocese of Manila Bishop Broderick Pabillo holds an online streaming Palm Sunday mass at the Manila Cathedral in Intramuros on Sunday, April 5, 2020. | @dannyboypata 

‘There is still the Holy Week but we celebrate it differently, and hopefully, more deeply,’ says Bishop Broderick Pabillo of Manila. #HolyWeek2020 

'There will be no public celebration of the Holy Mass and no public activities in all the churches in the archdiocese for 7 days, starting Saturday, March 14,' says Bishop Broderick Pabillo. #coronavirus 

Bishop Broderick Pabillo instructs parishes and the faithful in the Archdiocese of Manila to take measures against the Covid-19#coronavirus , saying public Masses could be cancelled if the situation worsens. #Philippines 

Bishop Broderick Pabillo: “First and foremost, God did not give us President Rodrigo Duterte. In a democracy, leaders are not divinely ordained. They are elected by the people.” #Opinion  #ThoughtLeaders 

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