Pastor Cirilo Rigos scrutinizes the role of the Church in the Philippines three years into the Martial Law regime. Examining the divergent views of various church organizations, he looks at those in favor and those against the continuation of Martial Rule: critical cooperation favored by the majority, on the one hand, and dissenting voices preferred by other leaders, on the other. The Church’s positions on the issues of human rights and conflict in Mindanao are also touched upon.