I don't know where "kanneganti" has gotten her information from (answers without providing sources) but I would not trust that list. The last three European countries definitely require passport holders of the Philippines to hold a visa. Slovenia is a EU and Schengen country, a Schengen visa is required. Macedonia applies to the Schengen visa-free list, only holders of Schengen visa can enter without a Macedonian visa. The Holy See is landlocked by Italy, visitors of the Philippines need an Italian (Schengen) visa.
To get a first rough overview I recommend to check visa-free countries here:
You should however always consult the IATA database or the information of the respective embassies prior to travel.
Filipinos can travel to these countries without needing a visa -Fiji, Palau, Micronesia, Tonga, Vanuatu, Samoa, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Macau, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Israel, Mongolia, Bermuda, Cuba, Jamaica, Morocco, Kenya, Seychelles (some African states issue visa on arrival), Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Slovenia, Macedonia, Holy See.