Dumaguete bishop’s advice after ‘divisive’ polls: Forgive each other
Dumaguete Bishop Julito Cortes has called for reconciliation following the divisive elections this year.
“For all of us who went through this divisive election, we should forgive each other,” he said in a recent video message.
“Let us return to nurturing our relationships with one another as family, torn because of politics,” the prelate urged.
Presidential frontrunner Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has already received congratulatory message from various state leaders.
Despite this, the bishop told supporters of presidential candidate Vice President Leni Robredo not to lose heart.
“Losing does not mean complete failure but an opportunity for the will of God for you to happen,” said the prelate.
“When a window closes, another opens,” he added.