I think I understand what you mean. I lived in Holand about 2.5 years and I’ve experienced this society of liberalism, capitalism and secularism.
This globalization / secularization is also slowly crawling to Bulgaria and many of the people are secular, however they keep still to some traditions though many don’t understand the link of tradition to our Christian faith. The situation with secularism in Roman Catholic church unfortunately is also present and I think you already noticed that and this is very sad, because Roman Catholic church has opened its doors to the world in recent years and the ancient mark of Church aschetism seems to be rarely existing.
With above said, If you’re looking for a genuine non-secular faith that links to our Lord Jesus Christ try to go for a Holy Liturgy to an Orthodox Church if you have some near you. This is what I found in Wikipedia http://orthodoxwiki.org/Orthodoxy_in_the_Philippines
I’m pretty sure your search for truth and Internal spirituality will find your place home in Holy Orthodox Church.
With Love in Christ,
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