FR. FAUSTO TENTORIO, PIME
An Italian Missionary from the PIME (Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions)who lived more than 30 years with the poor Lumad, Muslims and Christians in North Cotabato
Peasant and Indigenous Peoples organizations immediately held indignation activities after the brutal killing of Fr. Pops on October 17, 2011
he has not only fed them with bread, rice and fish, he has also fed them hope that one day through their collective struggle for national democracy, bread, rice and fish shall never be scarce again. by OMAR BANTAYAN
Monday, October 15, 2012
Monday, October 1, 2012
LIVING AND DYING
mga awit ni Pops at para kay Pops
By: Concerned Artist for Justice for Pops
01 Tuloy ang Laban
02 Missionary's Road
03 Ukoy2x (Sinuholan)
05 I dream your dreams
06 Tunay na Pag-ibig
07 Paano ko Maisasalarawan
08 Gugma ni Pops
09 Living and Dying
10 True Hero
12 Walang Kamatayan
13 Salamat (Finale)
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Contact the Justice for Fr. Fausto 'Pops' Tentorio Movement
Remember the Martyrs and Save the Prophets
"Sr. Stella and Fr. Peter are just two of many dedicated prophets who could have chosen a life of serenity and security, instead they live a life of turmoil and sacrifice in order to serve and protect the poor, deprived, oppressed, marginalized, exploited and struggling masses of the country."
Friday, February 17, 2012
Fr. Peter Geremia, PIME
Convener, Justice for Fr. Pops Movement
February 17, 2012
Today as we remember Fr. Fausto “Pops” Tentorio, PIME four months since he was taken away from us, we continue to call for justice over his gruesome murder which happened under a state of impunity that has lamentably continued unabated to this day.
Thursday, February 16, 2012
ASIA/PHILIPPINES - "The people are hostage in a reign of terror and impunity", the complaint is from the forum "Justice for Fr. Tentorio"
Monday, November 28, 2011
November 29, 2011
In pursuit of Justice and in response to the cries of the poor people of Arakan, we, church leaders, peace advocates and human rights workers, went into a two-day pilgrimage to Arakan Valley in North Cotabato last November 27-28, North Cotabato.