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Brief historical sketches of Philippine Catholic churches

Raymundo BaГ±as y Castillo

Brief historical sketches of Philippine Catholic churches

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Published by Philippines in Manila .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Philippines.
    • Subjects:
    • Catholic Church -- Philippines.,
    • Monasticism and religious orders -- Philippines.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 91-92.

      Statementby Raymundo C. Banãs ... with a foreword by Henry C. Avery ...
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX1656 .B3
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix p., 2 l., 92 p.
      Number of Pages92
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6392125M
      LC Control Number39024415
      OCLC/WorldCa294081

      An indication of this trend is seen in the change in the affiliation of missionaries coming to the Philippines. In the s, there remained a deep gulf and considerable antagonism, however, between middleclass -oriented NCCP churches and the scores of more evangelical denominations sprinkled throughout the islands. When Legazpi decided to transfer his capital to Manila, Cebu receded into the backwaters as influence and power shifted north to Luzon and its wide expanse of fertile lands. Magic and superstition also existed among the natives. On March 16,Ferdinand Magellan, a Portuguese-turned-Spanish navigator, reached the island of Homonhon in Samar, the easternmost island in the archipelago.

      In addition, the quest for Apostolic Succession preoccupied the leadership of the nascent Church. In contrast, Manila had 1, Four years later, the parish of San Nicolas was founded. The cupola above had many colored glass windows.

      The Dominicans transferred the pipe organ from Hong Kong to the Sto. Malevolent spirits could bring harm in the form of illness or accident, whereas benevolent spirits, such as those of one's ancestors, could bring prosperity in the form of good weather and bountiful crops. Not long after, Archbishop Rosales was raised to the College of Cardinals, making Cebu one of the few Archdioceses in the world to merit a Cardinal as Archbishop. Harrison in ; Cabildo St.


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Brief historical sketches of Philippine Catholic churches book

Init approved not to admit ballet students to Catholic high schools. The Christian conquest had not reached the Mindanao province due to a highly resistant Muslim community that existed pre-conquest. That, however, is understandable. It was recorded that this image saved the island during the Dutch invasions of and that on October 5,it was canonically crowned.

The roof of the bell towers was renovated to assume a crown-like form. Looking back to the years of growth and development, there is much to be thankful for. A year later the second batch of missionaries reached Cebu.

Other influences inevitably affected the course of life in the archipelago, including the form of government, economy, lifestyle, and educational system.

Catholic Church in the Philippines

The Second World War caused great physical, social and economic dislocation in the new Archdiocese. Other missionaries desired to go to Japan or China instead and spread their faith there, or those who remained were more interested in mercantilism.

In the first five months of its existence, it distributed food, medicine, clothing, and other relief goods valued atThe chief port of the island, Iloilo was then emerging as a growth center and was in fact slowly replacing Cebu as the second most important port in the Colony.

The arrival of the missionaries was always a welcome relief for a diocese as expansive as Cebu. Over the triple portals of the church is a high-relief frieze depicting the story of the La Naval. In addition, the quest for Apostolic Succession preoccupied the leadership of the nascent Church.

A provision of the Philippine Constitution mimicked the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and added the sentences: "The exercise and enjoyment of religious profession and worship, without discrimination or preference, shall be forever allowed.

It would appear from the foregoing, that the CWO was for the most part concerned with the Church ad intra. Obviously, the CWO needed some vehicles to translate these principles into the particular situation.

The prefabricated steel components were imported from Belgium in the late 19th century. The problem in the Filipino Church reared its ugly head in when, after few years from approval, the then Obispo Maximo Macario V. The one at the right, was dedicated to Saint Vincent Ferrer, and the other on the left, to the Holy Family.

Given its ecclesiological framework which was largely defined by the ecclesiology of the Council of Trent and baroque theology, it is not surprising that since its foundation until the end of the Second Vatican Council, the CWO for the most part looked inwardly, and was principally concerned with the defense, protection, strengthening and furtherance of the vital interests of the Catholic Church as a social institution and of supernatural values.

Such beliefs continued to influence the religious practices of many upland tribal groups in the modern period.

The vault was of zinc or galvanized iron. A more verifiable Mass was held at the island-port named Mazaua on Easter Sunday, March 31,as recorded by the Venetian diarist Antonio Pigafetta who travelled on the Spanish expedition to reach the islands in led by Ferdinand Magellan.

Their primary objective was to strive, give practical effect, in their respective fields, to the mandata of the Hierarchy in accord with the directives of Pius XI.

This the work of a talented young architect, Vincent Pinpin, who uses bricks as a decorative element with great effects. The friars, archives, the image of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary of La Naval and other movable property like ivory statues, gala vestments of the Virgin; jewelry, and sacred vessels were the only survivors of the war.

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