Ma. Ceres P. Doyo

Ma. Ceres P. Doyo has been a journalist for more than 30 years. She writes features, special reports and a regular column, "Human Face," for the Philippine Daily Inquirer. She covers a variety of subjects, church matters among them.

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Indigenous groups, supporters resist planned dam in the Philippines' Sierra Madre

Philippine congregation celebrates sister's acquittal in perjury case

Filipino sisters join 'pink mural revolution' to support a presidential candidate

Give what you can, take what you need: Catholic sisters join community food pantry effort in the Philippines

Sisters work in flood-affected areas after typhoon strikes Philippines

Nuns, priests, bishops protest Duterte government

Supporters denounce 'red-tagging' of prominent Philippine nun

Q & A with Sr. Maria Cecilia Tuble on her depression and advocacy for mental health awareness

Rural Missionaries of the Philippines denounces military's 'red-tagging'

Sisters in Philippines 'go orange' to protest violence against women

Sr. Patricia Fox speaks before her departure from Philippines

Sr. Patricia Fox hopes for visa extension, not deportation from Philippines

Sr. Patricia Fox's visa upheld in Philippines, but deportation threat remains

Q & A with Sr. Elenita Belardo on coordinating missionary efforts in the rural Philippines

Q & A with Sr. Patricia Ann Fox, facing deportation from the Philippines

Wall honors sisters among modern heroes who helped restore justice in Philippines

Religious sisters on mainstream 'teleradyo' in Philippines

Amid Philippine anti-drug war, Sr. Nenet Daño shepherds drug users, pushers

Q & A with Sr. Mary John Mananzan, documenting Philippine church history from the viewpoint of the 'vanquished'