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Revolutionary Christians on Pope Francis’ Philippine visit

By Christians for National Liberation

The Christians for National Liberation, together with all progressive Christians and the broad masses, welcome and highly anticipate the upcoming visit of Pope Francis to the Philippines. Dubbed as the “People’s Pope”, Christians who fight for national sovereignty, social justice and genuine democracy can be inspired by the Pope’s life of loving service to the “least, lost and last” of society. As an “activist Pope”, Francis has shown to us the life of authentic discipleship: living a life of simplicity and embracing the struggle of the poor and marginalized.

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Revolutionary Christians on Pope Francis’ Philippine visit

By Christians for National Liberation

The Christians for National Liberation, together with all progressive Christians and the broad masses, welcome and highly anticipate the upcoming visit of Pope Francis to the Philippines. Dubbed as the “People’s Pope”, Christians who fight for national sovereignty, social justice and genuine democracy can be inspired by the Pope’s life of loving service to the “least, lost and last” of society. As an “activist Pope”, Francis has shown to us the life of authentic discipleship: living a life of simplicity and embracing the struggle of the poor and marginalized.

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CNL assessment on Pope Francis

Assessment on Pope Francis’ one year papacy after His Easter message

By Christians for National Liberation

Pope Francis has captured the attention of millions including the international media with his simple and tradition-breaking lifestyle.

A year after his election, the world including Christians and non-Christians are still studying the different changes he has started within the Vatican bureaucracy and the Vatican financial institutions. His pronouncements on the need of a Church that is missionary, compassionate and inclusive have been analysed by theologians from different countries and how these will affect the current problems of a increasingly deserted Church. His statements on social issues such as the war in Syria, the plight of migrants in Europe and the capitalist system that is driven by greed have also been well published.

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CNL assessment on Pope Francis

Assessment on Pope Francis’ one year papacy after His Easter message

By Christians for National Liberation

Pope Francis has captured the attention of millions including the international media with his simple and tradition-breaking lifestyle.

A year after his election, the world including Christians and non-Christians are still studying the different changes he has started within the Vatican bureaucracy and the Vatican financial institutions. His pronouncements on the need of a Church that is missionary, compassionate and inclusive have been analysed by theologians from different countries and how these will affect the current problems of a increasingly deserted Church. His statements on social issues such as the war in Syria, the plight of migrants in Europe and the capitalist system that is driven by greed have also been well published.

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Revolutionary Christians oppose Aquino term extension

CNL on Aquino’s term extension

The Christians for National Liberation (CNL), an allied organization of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines and composed of revolutionary church people from the Catholic and Protestant churches is one with the broad coalition of toiling masses in exposing and opposing BS Aquino’s cunning moves of extending his stay in power.

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Revolutionary Christians oppose Aquino term extension

CNL on Aquino’s term extension

The Christians for National Liberation (CNL), an allied organization of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines and composed of revolutionary church people from the Catholic and Protestant churches is one with the broad coalition of toiling masses in exposing and opposing BS Aquino’s cunning moves of extending his stay in power.

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The new democratic revolution through protracted people’s war

Lecture at the Forum for Liberation Theology
Centre for Liberation Theologies, Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Belgium, 15 May 2014

JMS youtube 15may2014By JOSE MARIA SISON
Founding Chairman, Communist Party of the Philippines

I thank the Centre for Liberation Theologies for inviting me to this Forum for Liberation Theology to speak on the new democratic revolution through protracted people’s war. It is an honor and pleasure for me to interface and dialogue with theologians and others who are seriously interested in knowing the nature and development of the Philippine revolution, and the relationship of Christians with the Filipino people’s struggle for national and social liberation.

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The new democratic revolution through protracted people’s war

Lecture at the Forum for Liberation Theology
Centre for Liberation Theologies, Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Belgium, 15 May 2014

JMS youtube 15may2014By JOSE MARIA SISON
Founding Chairman, Communist Party of the Philippines

I thank the Centre for Liberation Theologies for inviting me to this Forum for Liberation Theology to speak on the new democratic revolution through protracted people’s war. It is an honor and pleasure for me to interface and dialogue with theologians and others who are seriously interested in knowing the nature and development of the Philippine revolution, and the relationship of Christians with the Filipino people’s struggle for national and social liberation.

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