Philippines Elections: Which Way Will Clergy and Religious Vote Go?

With just a week before the May 9 presidential election, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) has exerted all efforts in the performance of its pastoral and prophetic duty to remind the nation of the grave consequences of the return of the Marcoses to Malacanang, the president’s official residence in Manila.

Given this, it might be interesting to know who among the Filipino priests and nuns would vote for Ferdinand Marcos Jr. come May 9.

The Church seems to own what Edmund Burke said — “It’s enough for good men and women to do nothing for EVIL to spread!” — and assumes the solemn duty to be the voice of the voiceless.

Source: UCANews

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