The Augustinian Recollects in the Philippines: From Birth to Bohol

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The Philippines, “discovered” by Ferdinand Magellan for Spain in 1521, was officially incorporated to the Spanish Empire under King Philip II in 1565.  The King ordered an expedition, under the command of Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, to the Philippines to conquer it.  The expedition left Mexico in 1564 and reached Cebu on February 13, 1565. With Legazpi were the first group of Augustinian Friars.  Hence, the evangelization of the Philippines accompanied her conquest.  The mission field in the archipelago was vast.  More missionaries were needed.  With authorization from Spanish crown, other religious orders were mandated to come to the Philippines:  the Franciscans (1578), the Jesuits (1581), and the Dominicans (1587).  In 1594 a royal decree of King Philip II ordered the assigning of the missionary orders in the Philippines to specific regions and provinces.  His representative, Governor-General Luis Pérez Dasmariñas, implemented this decree. The divisions of the archipelago among the above-mentioned religious missionary orders ushered a systematic evangelization of the Philippines.  However, lack of personnel continued to plague the vast Philippine mission responsibilities.

 

The Augustinian Recollects

The Augustinian Recollect chroniclers and historians declare the Philippines as the privileged endeavor of the Order’s apostolate.  In fact, the Philippine missions have been one of the main apostolic fields of the Order.  The question arises:  Why did the Augustinian Recollects come to the Philippines?  It is difficult to give a simple answer to this question. However, the following chronology of events will lead to some clarifications:

1590,1594 and

1598

Within two to six years, respectively, after the foundation of the Augustinian Recollection (1588), the Philippines as a possibility had already appeared in the spiritual horizon among the early Augustinian Recollects.

Fr. Mateo de Mendoza, OSA, and Fr. Francisco de Ortega, OSA, the Prior of San Agustín in Manila, in their memorials, petitioned the King of Spain to send some Augustinian Recollects to the country to contribute to the revival of apostolic zeal of the missionaries;

However, lack of personnel, juridical structure still in the making, and struggling interior organization of the Recollection impeded the sending of  friars-missionaries to the archipelago,

King Philip II, although interested in sending the Recollects to the Philippines, died on September 13, 1598.

1603-1604 The Augustinian Recollects repeatedly petitioned King Philip III, through the Council of the Indies, for a royal permit so they could go to the Philippines and other mission countries.
December 23, 1604

 

King Philip III finally gave his approval and royal license to the Augustinian Recollects to go to the Philippines but with conditions: that the missionaries that would be sent by the superior should be men of “letters and age” [learned and mature]      (Bullarium I, 246-247).

 

April 1605 The second provincial chapter of the Augustinian Recollects was held in Madrid.

The provincial chapter approved the missionary enterprise to the Philippines “with unanimous consent” among the chapter participants who considered such apostolate as “Great Service to God”  (Crónicas I, 397-399).

July 12, 1605 A fourteen-member expedition (10 priests and 4 lay brothers) headed by  Fr. Fray Juan de San Geronimo boarded the ship “Santa María del Juncal” left Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Spain,  and arrived in Veracruz, Mexico on September 17.  From Veracruz they had to make the in-land travel to Mexico City and to the port of Acapulco where a galleon would bring them to the Philippines.
May 1606 The Augustinian Recollect missionaries left Acapulco on February 22.  The trip would last for more than ninety days. They made a stop-over in Guam for provisions. While crossing the Pacific Ocean, Fr. Fray Andrés de San Nicolás died. The Augustinian Recollects arrived in Cebu in May.   After a short rest they proceeded to Manila.

The thirteen Augustinian Recollect pioneers, upon their arrival in Intramuros, were temporarily sheltered in a small house until they found better accommodations in Santo Domingo (Dominicans) and in San Agustín (Augustinians).  Later the Augustinian Recollect friars were able to buy a bigger house in Bagumbayan (the present Luneta Park) with the money they obtained through mendicancy.

The first preoccupation of the thirteen Augustinian Recollect pioneers upon their arrival in Manila was to organize a common life as prescribed by the “Forma de Vivir.” Their new convent in Bagumbayan gave the missionaries renewed inner strength as they strictly observed their conventual and contemplative life but never excluding the apostolate.  Their small church also served the spiritual needs of the people living in Bagumbayan.  This modus vivendiwas a preparation for their first mission assignment in Mariveles (Bataan-Zambales) in September 1606.

 

The Augustinian Recollects Missions in the Philippines (1606-1768)

The official Augustinian Recollect historian, Rev. Fr. Ángel Martínez Cuesta, OAR described the early Philippine Recollect missions as follows:  (a) they were given the most remote areas to evangelize; (b) their missions were bereft of government support and assistance, (c) their visitasor mission bases were isolated from each other; and (d), their mission centers were often highly exposed to frequent Muslim incursions.

1606 September

Three Augustinian Recollects began their mission work in Mariveles, Bataan; other Recollects came and began evangelizing Zambales. From 1606 to 1618 Bagac, Subic, Iba, Masinloc, Casborran, Sigayan, Agno… etc. were established.

1622

Eight Augustinian Recollects entered eastern Mindanao: 2 stayed in Tandag; 3 proceeded to Butuan and from there they reached Cagayan and Linao.

1623

Four Augustinian Recollects disembarked in Cuyo Island in Palawan; other islands were evangelized – Agutaya, Dumaran, Linapacan; in 1627 Taytay was separated from the mission of Linapacan; Taytay was the first town founded in northern Palawan.

1635

Romblon, Banton, Tablas, Sibuyan and other smaller islands were Christianized by the Augustinian Recollects.

1658

The Augustinian Recollects received from the Franciscans the missions of Casiguran, Baler and Binagunan located in present Aurora and Quezon Provinces.

1679

Seven Augustinian Recollects took over Mindoro from the secular clergy and founded other mission centers.

1687

Three Augustinian Recollects took pastoral charge of the islands of Masbate, Burias and Ticao.

1713

In Central Luzon the Augustinian Recollects took charge of Mabalacat, Pampanga and Bamban.

1744

The Augustinians (OSA) ceded to the Augustinian Recollects the parish of Cotcot and its barrio of Najalin in Cebu. Between 1752 and 1755 the Recollects founded Danao, Cebu.

1767

The Augustinian Recollects took the pastoral care of Mambusao (Alkan) and Batan (Capiz) in Panay.

In 1767, King Charles III of Spain issued a Royal Decree ordering that all Jesuits were to be expelled from the Spanish colonies. The royal order arrived in the Philippines in 1768. As a result all Jesuit missions were turned over to other religious orders or to the secular clergy.  Bohol was entrusted to the Augustinian Recollects.

1768: Nine Augustinian Recollects were designated by the colonial government to take over nine former Jesuit missions in the island – Jagna, Loay, Loboc, Baclayon, Dauis, Tagbilaran, Maribohoc, Loon, and Inabanga.

Eight Augustinian Recollects arrived in Bohol in 1768. The Recollect mission was headed by P. Fray Pedro de Santa Barbara. They were supposed to be nine Recollect missionaries assigned in Bohol. P. Fray Carlos de San Miguel, the ninth missionary designated to Inabanga, died in Mobo, Masbate, two months earlier.

The First Batch of Augustinian Recollect Missionaries and their respective assignments in Bohol:

P. Fray Pedro de Santa Bárbara Loboc
P. Fray Isidro de la Concepción Tagbilaran
P. Fray Juan de San Ignacio de Loyola Loay
P. Fray José de Santa Orosia Dauis
P. Fray Nicolás de la Asunción Jagna
P. Fray Julián de Santa Ana Baclayon
P. Fray Manuel de la Consolación Loon
P. Fray Carlos de San Miguel Inabanga

 

Sources:

Martínez Cuesta, Ángel. Historia General de los Agustinos Recoletos. Volume I:  Desde los origines hasta el siglo XIX.  Madrid: Editorial Agustinus, 1995.

Ruiz de Santa Eulalia, Licinio.  Sinopsis Historica de la Provincia de San Nicolas de Tolentino de las Islas Filipinas de la Orden de Agustinos Descalzos.  Volume I.  Manila: Tip. Pont. de la Univ. de Santo Tomás, 1925.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Fray Emil Quilatan, OAR

Fray Emil Quilatan, OAR

Priest/Religious/Historian of the Order of Augustinian Recollects in the Province of St. Ezekiel Moreno.

31 Comments

  1. Antonio Figueroa on July 12, 2019 at 12:21 pm

    I am interested in owning the book titled ‘Augustinian Recollect History of Mindanao (1622-1919), the latest of which, I think, was upated 1918. It is authored by Romanillos, a Filipino historian. Can you help me secure or find a source to buy from? Thank you.

    • Rev. Fr. Emilio Edgardo A. Quilatan, OAR on June 29, 2021 at 9:26 pm

      The book is already out of print. A new edition is being prepared by Prof. Emmanuel Luis Romanillos.

      Fr. Emil Quilatan, OAR

  2. Basil Irish Romanillos on March 22, 2020 at 2:09 pm

    Hi can you help get more info about the establishment of the town of Loon? Any sources place and to where can I start my research. Thanks

  3. Ray Anthony Tagadiad on April 9, 2020 at 11:29 am

    Blessed Holy Thursday, Fathers. Can I ask for information about Fray Calisto Cester, OAR? He is the earliest priest assigned in Lila, Bohol based on available records.

    • Fr. Emilio Edgardo A. Quilatan, OAR on April 13, 2020 at 9:20 am

      P. Fr. Calixto Cester de la Reina de los Angeles.

      Date of birth 15th of October 1827 in Tarazona, Aragón, Spain; he made his religious profession on the 19th of September 1850. On the 13th of July 1852 they sent him to Mandaue as a “companion” to the parish priest; in 1854 he was sent to Loay in the same capacity, and in the following year he exercised without interruption as pastor of souls [parish priest] in Bilar (1855), Panglao (1861), Candijay (1862), Sierra Bullones (1864) and Lila, 1869, until 1892 when in his last parish assignment, i.e., in Lila, he renounced his parochial ministry and he was transferred to Dimiao as a retired missionary. He went back to Spain in November 1898. He died in Monteagudo on the 4th of May 1899. In the Library of Recollect Authors existed a manuscript volume, fourth volume, attributed to this religious and it is entitled:
      Various Sermons about principal points on the Christian Doctrine or Catechism in bisaya-cebuano dialect.

      Source: Sádaba, Francisco, Catálogo de los Religiosos Agustinos Recoletos de la Provincia de San Nicolás de Toléntino de Filipinas. Años 1606-1906 (Madrid, Imprenta del Asilo de Huérfanos del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús, 1906), p. 466.

      Translated by: Rev. Fr. Emilio Edgardo A. Quilatan, OAR, Archive Administrator

      NB: “Companion” was translated from the Spanish word “compañero” from the Latin “socius.” The word means that the newly ordained priest is under the tutelage of the parish priest where he, as “companion,” learns the local language of the people. Without mastering the language the newly ordained priest would not be assigned as parish priest.

  4. Jose luis arnaiz on September 7, 2020 at 8:54 pm

    I would like some information for fray Manuel Navarro who was assigned in Cebu and sum ag Bacolod city then to Dauin negros oriental Philippines where he died in 1864

    • Rev. Fr. Emilio Edgardo A. Quilatan, OAR on June 29, 2021 at 9:30 pm

      There were two Padre Fray Manuel Navarro and they were different persons:

      The first one was assigned in Siquijor, Cebu, and Dauin
      English translation:
      P. Fray Manuel Navarro del Rosario was born 9th of January 1825 in Santo Domingo de la Calzada in Logroño, Spain. He made his profession as religious 3 August 1843. He finished his studies in Manila where he was ordained priest in March of 1848. On 26 April 1848 he was sent to Canoan as “compañero”. In August of that same year, he was named prior of the convent of Cebu. On May 10, 1849 he became parish priest of Mandaue and successively of Balingasag in 1851; of Cacub in 1854; and from 1857 of August until his death on 29th August 1868, he was parish priest of Dauin, Negros.

      Source: Sádaba, Francisco, Catálogo de los Religiosos Agustinos Recoletos de la Provincia de San Nicolás de Toléntino de Filipinas. Años 1606-1906 (Madrid, Imprenta del Asilo de Huérfanos del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús, 1906), p.437.

      The second one was assigned in Romblon and Negros
      P. Miguel Navarro de la Virgen de la Peana saw first light on 24th December 1850 in Borja, Zaragoza, Spain. He consecrated himself to God by professing on 7th August 1869. He was raised to the priesthood on 21st March 1874. He was assigned in Romblon on 15th of May 1875 in order to study Bisaya in which he was examined and approved on the 18th of May 1876. On September 25, 1877, he was named missionary of Magallanes. On 16th of May 1882 he became parish priest of Calatrava. He was named “compañero” to the parish priest of Valladolid in August 1885. He was called to be a “substitute” in Murcia on 13th of March 1889. On 1st August 1889 he took charge of Sumag, and Cabangcalan which he administered from the 12th of June 1896 until Spain lost Negros in the Philippine Revolution in 1898. He was made prisoner by the Philippine revolutionaries. He obtained his freedom in February 1899 and returned to Spain in June of that same year. He stayed in Monteagudo until 1906 and transferred to Marcilla.

  5. STALIN BAJA on May 2, 2021 at 7:36 pm

    Hi Father. Good day! Pwede po maka ask ng help para ma identify namin ang history sa parish namin dito sa Immaculate Conception Parish – Sierra Bullones (formerly Sierra Bullones – N.S. Virgin Del Pilar).

    Gusto namin malaman Kung sino-sino ang mga recollects priest na na-assign sa parish namin.

    Maraming Salamat, po. God bless

    • Rev. Fr. Emilio Edgardo A. Quilatan, OAR on July 1, 2021 at 1:39 pm

      AUGUSTINIAN RECOLLECT PARISH PRIESTS OF SIERRA BULLONES, BOHOL
      The parish of Sierra Bullones was established by a Superior Decree in 1863 under the patronage of Our Lady of the Pillar. Sierra Bullones was separated from Candijay, Jagna, and Bilar. Below are the names of the Augustinian Recollect parish priests.
      Padre Fray Calixto Cester de la Reina de los Ángeles, 1864-1869
      Padre Fray Lucas Martínez de la Vírgen del Romero, 1869-1870
      Padre Fray Blas Adán del Pilar, 1870-1872
      Padre Fray José Lasala del Carmen, 1878-1882
      Padre Fray José Abad de San Juan Bautista, 1882-1884
      Padre Fray Gervasio Magallón de la Vírgen de la Misericordia, 1884-1886
      Padre Fray José Rada de los Dolores, 1886-1888
      Padre Fray León Inchausti del Rosario, 1888
      Padre Fray José Rada de los Dolores, 1888-1896
      Padre Fray Manuel María Espelta de San José, 1896-1897
      Padre Fray Casto Delgado del Carmen, 1897-1898

      Historical Note:
      During the American Regime the Augustinian Recollects did not return to Sierra Bullones.

      The pastoral ministry of the Augustinian Recollects in Bohol was interrupted by the Philippine Revolution (1896-1898) and the Filipino-American War (1899-1903). In 1898, more than fifty friar curates had to abandon their parishes and were evacuated to Manila. Some were unfortunate for they were apprehended by the Filipino revolutionary soldiers. There was a five-year and seven months hiatus of the Recollect presence in the island until in the people of Anda formally petitioned the Bishop of Cebu, Thomas Hendrick, to give them back their Recollect curate. The prelate acceded to their request and allowed the Recollect provincial to send them P. Fray Calixto Gaspar Saldaña in May 1904. Since then Bishop Hendrick and his successor, Bishop Juan Gorordo, entrusted some Bohol parishes back to the Augustinian Recollects, namely, Mabini, Valencia, Candijay, Clarin, Duero and Guindulman.

      Between 1930 and 1936, the parishes of Candijay, Guindulman, Anda, Clarin, and Mabini were still under the care of the Augustinian Recollects. Finally, in 1937, the Augustinian Recollects of the Province of San Nicholas of Tolentine ceded the remaining parishes to the Archdiocese of Cebu of which Bohol at that time was under its jurisdiction.

      Prepared by:

      Rev. Fr. Emilio Edgardo A. Quilatan, OAR

  6. Rev. Fr. Emilio Edgardo A. Quilatan, OAR on July 1, 2021 at 1:42 pm

    The book that you were looking for about the Recollect History of Mindanao (1622-1919) is out of print. The author, Prof. Emmanuel Luis Romanillos, is preparing a new edition of his opus.

  7. Ton Sur on July 24, 2021 at 10:10 pm

    Hi

    Do you know anything about Fr Manuel Cabriada of Dauin, Negros?

    • Rev. Fr. Emilio Edgardo A. Quilatan, OAR on July 25, 2021 at 10:47 am

      Reverend Father Fray Manuel Cabriada del Carmen. He was born on 1 February 1830, in Tarazona, Aragón, Spain. He made his religious profession on 17 September 1848. On 13 July 1852, a dimissorial letter was sent to him for his ordination to the priesthood. He was sent for a time to Loón, Bohol, as compañero [companion]. He was assigned to the following parishes without interruption: Catigbian (1854); Tubigon (1855); Siaton, (1859-1871) during this time he was responsible for the Mission of Tolong and he resided in this mission in 1869; Guindulman (1872); García-Hernández (1873); and Dauin from 1874 to 1897, in which on the 18 November 1897 he submitted to his superior his renunciation as parish priest of Dauin. He was also “prior vocal” of Mandaue (1891) and Bolinao (1894). He carried out his duties as Vicar Provincial of Negros Oriental of which he was appointed on 30 April 1891 and later Vicar Forane on 12 May 1891. He went back to Spain in 1898. He resided first in the Augustinian Recollect community in Marcilla, and afterwards to the Augustinian Recollect College and Novitiate in Monteagudo where he died on 14 June 1905.
      Publication
      He published various sermons in the Bisaya-Cebuano dialect, in which, with other Augustinian Recollect priests, form the “Colección de sermones en idioma bisaya de los Misterios de nuesta Religión, de las festividades de la Virgen Santísima y algunos Santos, y de otros varios asuntos. Para facilitar la predicación á los principiantes y servir de alivio á los ya prácticos en dicho idioma” (Collection of sermons in the Visayan language on the Mysteries of our Religion, the feasts of the Most Holy Virgin, some Saints, and other various topics. This is to facilitate the preaching for beginners and to serve as help to those who have experience in the said language.) Printed in Manila by the “Amigos de País.” – Calle de Anda, número 10, 1881. In four volumes.

      Sádaba, Francisco, Catálogo de los Religiosos Agustinos Recoletos de la Provincia de San Nicolás de Toléntino de Filipinas. Años 1606-1906 (Madrid, Imprenta del Asilo de Huérfanos del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús, 1906), pp. 459-460.

      • John Paul Esplana on August 10, 2021 at 10:16 pm

        Good Day, Fr.

        I just want to ask for big help concerning the history of our parish here in San Agustin, Romblon which was established by the Recollect Fathers.

        This year, 2021, we are celebrating the 150th Founding anniversary of our parish (1871). The parish was under the Augustinian Recollect Fathers from 1871-1933. They were 7
        Fray Miguel Galan 1871-1882
        Fray Blas Martinez 1883-1893
        Fray Miguel Garcia- 1893-1912
        Fray Wicasio Modely- 1913-1915
        Fray Luis Picarte- 1915-1919
        Fray Francisco Frias- 1919-1928
        Fray Julian Arzanequi 1928-1933

        I hope you can help us tracing our roots and we are forever grateful to the Recollect Fathers for planting the seed of Catholix Faith in our island.

  8. John Paul Esplana on August 10, 2021 at 10:21 pm

    Good Day, Fr.

    I just want to ask for big help concerning the history of our parish here in San Agustin, Romblon which was established by the Recollect Fathers.

    This year, 2021, we are celebrating the 150th Founding anniversary of our parish (1871). The parish was under the Augustinian Recollect Fathers from 1871-1933. They were 7
    Fray Miguel Galan 1871-1882
    Fray Blas Martinez 1883-1893
    Fray Miguel Garcia- 1893-1912
    Fray Wicasio Modely- 1913-1915
    Fray Luis Picarte- 1915-1919
    Fray Francisco Frias- 1919-1928
    Fray Julian Arzanequi 1928-1933

    I hope you can help us trace our roots, Father.

    • Rev. Fr. Emilio Edgardo A. Quilatan, OAR on August 16, 2021 at 6:09 pm

      According to our historical records, the parish of San Agustín, Badajoz, Tablas Island was founded through a Diocesan Decree dated 18th November 1868. The barrio chapel of Looc called Andagco was used in order to form the parish with its own parish priest (pp.126-127).

      Source: Marcellán, Patricio. Provincia de San Nicolás de Toléntino de Agustinos Descalzos de la Congregación de España é Indias. Manila: Imprenta del Colegio de Sto. Tomás, 1879.

      However, Rev. Fr. Ángel Martínez Cuesta, OAR, placed the year of the foundation of the parish in 1867. It was separated from the mother parish of Romblon. The parish of Badajoz was placed under the patronage of St. Augustine (p.684).

      Source: Ángel Martínez Cuesta, OAR. Historia de los Agustinos Recoletos. Volume II: El Siglo XIX. Madrid: Editorial Augustinus, 2015.

      The year 1871 as the foundation of the Parish of San Agustin, Tablas Island, is questionable. There is a probability that it was the year that the first Augustinian Recollect curate, P. Miguel Galán, took possession of the parish.

      Augustinian Recollect Parish Priests of Badajoz, Tablas Island, Romblon:
      R. P. Fray Miguel Galán 1871 – 1883
      R. P. Fray Blas Martínez 1883 – 1885
      R. P. Antonio Martín 1886 – 1889
      R. P. Antonio Martín 1889 – 1893
      R. P. Miguel García 1893 – 1898
      R. P. Miguel García 1912 – 1914
      R. P. Nicasio Rodeles Azcárate 1914 – 1915
      R. P. Luís Recarte Aspiroz 1915 – 1919
      R. P. Francisco Frias 1919 – 1928
      R. P. Julián Arzanegui 1928 – 1933

      Sources:

      Avellaneda, Miguel, Continuación del Padre Sádaba. Volume 2: 1906-1936.

      de Blas, Fidel, Labor Evangélica de los Padres Agustinos en las Islas Filipinas expuesta en cuadros estadísticos de la Provincia de San Nicolás de Tolentino. Zaragoza, España: Establecimiento tipográfico de Pedro Carra, 1910.

      Sádaba, Francisco. Catálogo de los Religiosos Agustinos Recoletos de la Provincia de San Nicolás de Toléntino de Filipinas. Años 1606-1906. Madrid, Imprenta del Asilo de Huérfanos del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús, 1906.

      • Alvin Villaber on September 10, 2022 at 7:18 am

        Pax!

        Dear Rev. Fr., can I ask if you have an old photo of Nuestra Señora del Pilar of the Old Sierra Bullones (now Pilar) year 1800s?

        Thank you po.

  9. Bien Justine D. Patriarca on August 24, 2021 at 12:32 pm

    Good day Fr. Emil,

    I am making my research about our Parish in San Andres, Quezon. It is located in the Bondoc Peninsula of Quezon Province. May I ask if the Augustinian Recollects had a mission in that area previously known as Visita Sogbong Cogon? I thought of that because it is few kilometers away across the sea from San Pascual Masbate in Burias Island.

    I hope you can help us Fr. Thank you po?

  10. Bien Justine D. Patriarca on August 24, 2021 at 1:20 pm

    Good day Fr. Emil,

    I am doing research about our parish in San Andres, Quezon Province. May I ask po if there are records in your archives about the mission of Augustinian Recollects in Bondoc Peninsula especially about the Visita of Sogbong Cogon which later on became the Municipality of San Andres. I just thought of that possibility because our town is just a few kilometers away across the sea from Burias Island in Masbate.

    Thank you

    • Rev. Fr. Emilio Edgardo A. Quilatan, OAR on August 31, 2021 at 10:21 am

      Quezon Province during the Spanish Period was called Tayabas. During this time, the whole of Tayabas was entrusted to the Franciscans. The town and parish of San Andres in the Bondoc Peninsula were not administered by the Augustinian Recollects. The Bondoc Peninsula was within the Franciscan mission territory of Tayabas.

      The Augustinian Recollects were only present at the northern part of Tayabas which is now Aurora Province. They temporarily administered the Franciscan missions of Baler, Binangonan, Casiguran and Palanan from 1658 to 1704. The Franciscans asked the Augustinian Recollects for help since they lacked the personnel in sustaining the aforementioned missions.

      Sources:
      Rodríguez, Isacio. “Filipinas: La Organización de la Iglesia” en Historia de la Iglesia en Hispanoamérica y Filipinas. Volumen II: Aspectos Regionales, pp. 703-720. Obra dirigida por Pedro Borges. Madrid: Biblioteca de Autores Cristianos, 1992.

      Romanillos, Emmanuel Luis A. “The Augustinian Recollect Evangelization of Contracosta de Luzón” in Amor Diffusivus II: Augustinian Recollect Evangelization Work in the Philippines, pp. 153-168. Quezon City: Agustinos Recoletos, 2020.

  11. AGERICO REINOSO on November 23, 2021 at 6:49 am

    Hi Father Quilatan,

    Padre Jose Tornos OAR was assigned to the town of Alaminos, Pangasinan in the 1800’s. Research shows that he was born in 1824 and died in 1878 in Alaminos. My interest in him is because I am trying to trace his lineage. Would you know where his parents came from? Were both born in Zaragoza Spain? Any information you can provide would be appreciated. Thanks.

    • Rev. Fr. Emilio Edgardo A. Quilatan, OAR on January 10, 2022 at 9:25 am

      I checked our archives regarding Padre José Tornos’ lineage and his parents. To date we no data available.

    • Rev. Fr. Emilio Edgardo A. Quilatan, OAR on January 12, 2022 at 5:36 pm

      After checking the biography of Padre José Tornos in the archives, we have no data on his lineage nor historical records on his parents.

      • AGERICO REINOSO on March 18, 2022 at 12:59 am

        Thanks for the information Father.

      • Rey Anthony Acosta on September 25, 2022 at 7:48 pm

        Blessed day Father, hopeful that you can help me about the foundation of Catholic faith here in Patling (O’Donnell,Capas, Tarlac) we have no data presented that O’Donnell Church was established by the Recollects in 1772.

  12. Madge on January 26, 2022 at 10:20 am

    Can you please help me find information about Fr. Juan Fernando Ruiz de la Virgen del Perpetuo Socorro? All I know is that he was once assigned in Oroquieta, Cagayan and Iligan. I am doing a research study about the presence of the Augustinian Recollects Mission in Lanao from 1622-1919. And also, any recommendation of books, study or articles about this topic. It would be highly appreciated. Thank you.

  13. Danny de Luna on March 4, 2022 at 10:58 pm

    Good day Fr. Emilio, can you please help me regarding whether the Agustinians missionaries from San Juan Batangas or Bolbok were able to reach the boundaries of Tayabas province in 1580s particularly in the boundary of Sariaya, Tayabas? We are trying to do a research on this regarding the foundation of Sariaya,Tayabas as a visita or as a parish, and whether it was first founded by the Agustinians or by the Franciscans under Fr. Plasencia OFM, since our Sariaya boundary is also the boundary of San Juan Batangas, formerly San Juan de Bolbok. It would be much appreciated. Thank you.

  14. KHEM ALVAREZ on May 7, 2022 at 9:24 am

    Good morning Father, I am currently researching Fr. Jose Rada who was the Parish Priest of Bilar, Bohol from May 1888 to November 1888. I would really appreciate any data available about him. Thank you so much.

  15. Jerome Balistoy on July 13, 2022 at 3:28 pm

    Hello Fr. Good Day! May I ask if there are available images/picture of these following priest.
    Padre Fray Calixto Cester de la Reina de los Ángeles, 1864-1869
    Padre Fray Lucas Martínez de la Vírgen del Romero, 1869-1870
    Padre Fray Blas Adán del Pilar, 1870-1872
    Padre Fray José Lasala del Carmen, 1878-1882
    Padre Fray José Abad de San Juan Bautista, 1882-1884
    Padre Fray Gervasio Magallón de la Vírgen de la Misericordia, 1884-1886
    Padre Fray José Rada de los Dolores, 1886-1888
    Padre Fray León Inchausti del Rosario, 1888
    Padre Fray José Rada de los Dolores, 1888-1896
    Padre Fray Manuel María Espelta de San José, 1896-1897
    Padre Fray Casto Delgado del Carmen, 1897-1898

  16. Kim Bryan C. Mendoza on August 1, 2022 at 2:06 pm

    Good day!

    I am Kim Bryan C. Mendoza, assistant head of our parish’ Commission on Liturgy and I am currently researching about the history of our parish in Sta. Rita, Guiguinto, Bulacan (Sta Rita de Cascia Parish). Our barangay was formerly known as “Barrio Recoleto” since it was believed that most of the land in our area was owned by the “Recoletos” until it was changed into “Barrio Santa Rita” on or before 1850’s according to the book of Padre Manuel B. Buzeta, Diccionario Geográfico, Estadístico, Histórico, de las Islas Filipinas.

    In lieu to this, I am formally asking if you have any records showing the establishment of a certian visita in honor of then Blessed Rita of Cascia. Thank you very much!

  17. Ma. Arleen Abad on August 30, 2022 at 3:57 pm

    Good afternoon!

    I am an employee of UST Library. We will be launching the book of Fray Valentin Marin, O.P.
    We wish to send you an electronic copy of the invitation.

    May I kindly ask for your email address?

    Thank you!

  18. Salvacion Charito Chiu on September 16, 2022 at 12:13 pm

    I am with the Parish PAstoral Council of Sto NIno Parish in Cortes Bohol Philippines. We are now trying to compile the historical facts about our church for our church heritage conservation. Our parish used to be named Santissimo Nombre de Jesus and Parroquia del Santo Nino de Malabago (former name of the town). Can we have the names of the spanish priests assigned in this town, including those during the visita iglesia period?

    Thank you

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  • All day
    July 1, 2022

    BIRTHDAY

    Sis. Norma Ouano, SAR (Provincialate Chapter)
    Sis. Maribel Cayabyab, SAR (Puerto Princesa Chapter)
    Sis. Lucena Satorre, SAR (Cebu Chapter)
    Rakyla Nadine Samuel (RAY-Cavite)

    ANNIVERSARY OF SIMPLE PROFESSION
    (2017-2022)

    Fray Ricky John Austria
    Fray Ivan Cuison
    Fray Jhyryx Vincent Gamulo
    Fray James Erold Gatinao

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY
    +Sr. Benedicta Marco, AR

2
  • All day
    July 2, 2022

    FORMAL ACCEPTANCE TO THE NOVITIATE
    Venue: SEMONORE Chapel, Antipolo City

    Fray Joseph Quoc Pham Duc
    Fray Francis C. Cabalida
    Fray Reymar L. Macadagdag
    Fray Jestoni M. Latagan

    [Reintegration Program] Fray Leonardo Queaño II

    BIRTHDAY
    Fray John Arnold Lozada (simply prof.)
    Sis. Visitacion Baluyot, SAR (Cebu Chapter)
    Sis. Maria Reyes, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY
    +Fray Delfin Castillo (2014-2022)

3
  • All day
    July 3, 2022

    14TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

    BIRTHDAY
    Sr. Merriam Capellan, AR
    Bro. John Cabanes, SAR (Baguio Chapter)
    Bro. Vicente Tabasa, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY
    +Sis. Luisa Murillo, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

4
  • All day
    July 4, 2022

    PRAYER INTENTION: FOR VOCATIONS

    BIRTHDAY

    Most Rev. Julito Cortes, D.D. (Bishop of Dumaguete)
    Sis. Ma. Teresa Corentin, SAR (ManilaChapter)
    Sis. Josefina Cresidio, SAR (Manila Chapter)
    Sis. Filomena Mamaril, SAR (Miranila Chapter)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Fray Loreto Ceasar Dacanay (2016-2022)
    +Sr. Martina de la Santisima Trinidad, AR
    +Sis. Zenaida Flores, SAR (Antipolo Chapter)
    +Sis. Juliet Liagao, SAR (Baguio Chapter)
    +Sis. Victoriana Cabardo, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

5
  • All day
    July 5, 2022

    BIRTHDAY

    Sr. Filomena Castaño, AR
    Sr. Jeraldine Hernandez, AR
    Sis. Cirila Caro, SAR (Baguio Chapter)
    Sis. Marilyn Cepe, SAR (Valencia Chapter)
    Rica Quiroz (RAY-Provincialate)

    ANNIVERSARY OF SIMPLE PROFESSION
    (1981-2022)

    Fray Dionisio Selma

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sr. Margarita de la Paz, AR

6
  • All day
    July 6, 2022

    BIRTHDAY

    Fray Allan Rubett Cabatian
    Br. Jefferson Balanhi (aspirant)
    Sr. Ma. Alma Alaras, AR
    Sis. Cecile Castañeda, SAR (Tondo Chapter)
    Sis. Evangeline Cariño, SAR (Valencia Chapter)
    Sis. Filipinas Salburo, SAR (Laray Chapter)
    Lalaine Karylle Ramos (RAY-San Carlos)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sr. Vicenta Cutanda, AR
    +Sis. Magdalena Andales, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

7
  • All day
    July 7, 2022

    START OF NOVENA TO OUR LADY OF MT. CARMEL

    ARCORES SOLAR DREAM PROJECT
    at Brookes Point, Palawan in collaboration with
    AR Sisters (15 indigenous households as beneficiaries)

    BIRTHDAY

    Fray Radni Caparas
    Sis. Sylvia Estacio, SAR (Provincialate Chapter)
    Sis. Geraldine Noreen Bulot, SAR (Antipolo Chapter)
    Angela Palen (RAY-Provincialate)

8
  • All day
    July 8, 2022

    BIRTHDAY

    Sr. Marcelina Diaz, AR
    Sis. Isabelita Tenorio, SAR (Tondo Chapter)
    Sis. Ma. Fanny Rafer, SAR (Manila Chapter)
    Sis. Caridad Servando, SAR (Manila Chapter)
    Mary Ann Nuñez (RAY-Caidiocan)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sr. Ma. Juliana Mandia, AR

9
  • All day
    July 9, 2022

    ARCORES SOLAR DREAM PROJECT
    at Narra, Palawan in collaboration with the AR sisters
    (15 households as beneficiaries)

    BIRTHDAY

    Fray Cirilo Andan
    Shiena Mae Quimada (RAY-Laray)

    ANNIVERSARY OF SOLEMN PROFESSION
    (RELIGIOUS BROTHER)
    (2005-2022)

    Fray Teodulo Hayahay

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sr. Ma. Lourdes Tinoy, AR

10
  • All day
    July 10, 2022

    15TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

    SEA SUNDAY

    “During this Sea Sunday, we are invited to become aware of the hardships and difficulties that seafarers face daily and of the valuable service provided by the Apostleship of the Sea in being Church who bears witness of the Lord’s mercy and tenderness in order to preach the Gospel in the ports of the whole world.” (Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People)

    BIRTHDAY

    Br. Reejay Lawrence Castillo (postulant)
    Bro. Ferdinand Concepcion, SAR (Bacolod Chapter)
    Sis. Violeta Encarnacion, SAR (Miranila Chapter)
    Sis. Margaret Kamara (Kamalo Chapter / Trial)

    ANNIVERSARY OF SOLEMN PROFESSION (RELIGIOUS BROTHERS)
    (2004-2022)

    Fray Feliciano Campomanes, Jr.
    Fray Jonathan Jamero

    ANNIVERSARY OF PRESBYTERAL ORDINATION
    (1982-2022)

    Fray Leonardo Pauligue
    Fray René Paglinawan
    Fray Joseph Philip Trayvilla

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY
    +Sis. Tranquilina Bunac, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

11
  • All day
    July 11, 2022

    START OF THE 37th PROVINCIAL CHAPTER
    Province of Sto. Tomás de Villanueva / Venue: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    1ST CMSP CONVENTION OF BOTH MEN & WOMEN CONSECRATED PERSONS
    Theme: “Prophetic Challenges of CMSP Today”
    Online Sessions:  July 11- 14, 2022

    ARCORES SOLAR DREAM PROJECT
    Casian Island, Palawan (20 households as beneficiaries)

    BIRTHDAY

    Sr. Anacleta Berino, AR
    Bro. Marcelino Espena, SAR (Manila Chapter)

    ANNIVERSARY OF PRESBYTERAL ORDINATION
    (1976-2022)

    Fray Ceferino Roberto Añez
    Fray Federico Gregorio
    Fray Lauro Larlar

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sen. Marcelo Fernan (Brother-General of the Order)
    +Sr. Trinidad de Sgdo. Corazon de Jesus, AR
    +Sis. Vicenta Maranga, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

12
  • All day
    July 12, 2022

    BIRTHDAY

    Bro. Lino Sumbillo Jr., SAR (Bacolod Chapter)
    Sis. Ma. Luisa Acebedo, SAR (Manila Chapter)
    Sis. Betty Palatino, SAR (Brooke’s Point Chapter)

13
  • All day
    July 13, 2022

    BIRTHDAY

    Most Rev. Buenaventura Famadico, DD (Diocese of San Pablo)
    Elyssa Santos (RAY-Cavite)

    ANNIVERSARY OF PRESBYTERAL ORDINATION
    (1975-2022)

    Fray Regino Bangcaya

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY
    +Bro. Vicente Rosello, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

14
  • All day
    July 14, 2022

    2nd PROVINCIAL COUNCIL MEETING

    BIRTHDAY

    Sr. Griselda Gruba, AR
    Sis. Gladys Fontanos, SAR (Baguio Chapter)
    Sis. Transfiguracion Albina, SAR (Valencia Chapter)

    ANNIVERSARY OF PRESBYTERAL ORDINATION
    (1974-2022)

    Fray Dionisio Cachero

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY
    +Sis. Manuela Ferrer, SAR (Provincialate Chapter)
    +Sis. Lucia Abapo, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

15
  • All day
    July 15, 2022

    BIRTHDAY

    Sis. Cynthia Dondiego, SAR (Antipolo Chapter)

    ANNIVERSARY OF PRESBYTERAL ORDINATION
    (1973-2022)

    Fray Hernando Coja

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sis. Tresenia Jo Aguilar, SAR (Baguio Chapter)

16
  • All day
    July 16, 2022

    OUR LADY OF MT. CARMEL

    PATRONAL FIESTA –Shrine of Nuestra Sra. del Monte Carmelo
    (San Sebastian Basilica, Manila)

    PATRONAL FIESTA – Archdiocesan Shrine of the Nuestra Sra. del Carmen, La Limpia, Cebu City
    Theme: “51ST PIYESTA SA INAHAN: Dungan sa  Pagpanaw para sa Sinodohanong Simbahan Ubos sa Manto ni Maria atong Inahan”
    Time: 9:30 am
    Mass Presider: Papal Nuncio to PH

    PATRONAL FIESTA – Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish, Inagawan
    (Puerto Princesa City, Palawan) Time: 9:30 am
    Mass Presider: Most Rev. Socrates Mesiona, D.D.

    *SPECIAL INTENTION for those who perished in the July 16, 1990 earthquake (particularly in Baguio).

    BIRTHDAY

    Sr. Carmencita Indolos, AR
    Mo. Cecilia Rosa Talangpaz
    Sis. Carmencita Fontanilla, SAR (Manila Chapter)
    Sis. Carmen Imbo, SAR (Valencia Chapter)
    Sis. Carmelita Ababon, SAR (Cebu Chapter)
    Sis. Carmen Gumera, SAR (Cebu Chapter)
    Sis. Evelyn Guirnela, SAR (Talisay Chapter)

    ANNIVERSARY OF PRESBYTERAL ORDINATION
    (1978-2022)

    Fray Enrico Peter Silab

    ANNIVERSARY OF SIMPLE PROFESSION

    Mo. Ma. del Carmen, OAR (Bacolod Monastery)

17
  • All day
    July 17, 2022

    16TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

    PATRONAL FIESTA – Quasi-Parish of Nuestra Sra. del Carmen, Dugmanon (Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur)

    START OF THE CURSO DE PREPARACIÓN / Madrid, Spain

    BIRTHDAY

    Fray Kenneth Joseph Onda
    Br. Ivan Rey Manimtim (postulant)
    Sr. Ma. Soledad Torres, AR
    Bro. Romeo Lincoran, SAR (Antipolo Chapter)
    Sis. Angelita Singson, SAR (Miranila Chapter)
    Sis. Alberta Kamara (Kamalo Chapter / Trial)
    Angela Jillian del Rosario (RAY-Cavite)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sr. Ma. Martina de San Miguel, AR
    +Sr. Martha Llanes, AR
    +Sis. Carmelita Arresgado, SAR (Tondo Chapter)

18
  • All day
    July 18, 2022

    BIRTHDAY

    Sr. Ma. Teresa Bautista, AR
    Sis. Corazon Padua, SAR (Miranila Chapter)

    ANNIVERSARY OF PRESBYTERAL ORDINATION
    (1981-2022)

    Fray Samson Silloriquez

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY
    +Sis. Lourdes Mirasol, SAR (Bacolod Chapter)

19
  • All day
    July 19, 2022

    PRAYER INTENTION: FOR THE SICK

    BIRTHDAY

    Fray William Cordero Jr.
    Sis. Liberty Braganza, SAR (Brooke’s Point Chapter)
    Sis. Juliana Rodiño, SAR (Talisay Chapter)

20
  • All day
    July 20, 2022

    BIRTHDAY

    Fray Gaudencio Geronimo de Mesa
    Br. Mel Archie Vergara (Pre-Novice)
    Sr. Ma. Nita Atencio, AR
    Sr. Geronima Primor, AR
    Sis. Margarita Hicban, SAR (Miranila Chapter)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sr. Vicenta de San Agustin, AR
    +Sis. Valeriana Montecillo, SAR (Cebu Chapter)
    +Sis. Mauricia Nacar, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

21
  • All day
    July 21, 2022

    BIRTHDAY

    Sr. Ginger Acosta, AR
    Bro. Daniel Delapaz, SAR (Antipolo Chapter)
    Sis. Feliciana Vasquez, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sr. Ma. Edwin Ilagan, AR

22
  • All day
    July 22, 2022

    BIRTHDAY

    Sis. Cleofe Villarante, SAR (San Carlos Chapter)
    Sis. Magdalena Gonzaga, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Bro. Clemente San Gabriel Sr., SAR (Tondo Chapter)

23
  • All day
    July 23, 2022

    BIRTHDAY

    Fray Francisco Antonio
    Fray Rouel Sia
    Sis. Chona Cabiguen, SAR (Puerto Princesa Chapter)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sis. Gina Quijano, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

24
  • All day
    July 24, 2022

    2ND WORLD DAY FOR GRANDPARENTS AND THE ELDERLY
    [Note: Plenary Indulgence granted today]
    Cf. Decree: https:www.vatican.va/roman_curia/tribunals/apost_penit/
    documents/rc_trib_appen_pro_20220530_decreto_indulgenze-nonni_la.html

    APOSTOLIC JOURNEY TO CANADA
    [A Journey of Healing, Reconciliation and Hope] Visit to the cities of Edmonton, Québec  and Iqaluit

    DAY 1
    ROME – EDMONTON

    9:00     Departure by airplane from Rome/Fiumicino International Airport to Edmonton
    11:20  Arrival at Edmonton International Airport
    11:20  Official Welcome at Edmonton International Airport

    BIRTHDAY

    Fray Arian Josef Ocheda
    Fray James Dexter Tanquis
    Sis. Imelda Matullano, SAR (Bacolod Chapter)
    Eloisa Manalang (RAY-Miranila)

25
  • All day
    July 25, 2022

    APOSTOLIC JOURNEY TO CANADA DAY 2
    EDMONTON – MASKWACIS – EDMONTON

    10:00 Meeting with indigenous peoples: First nations, Métis and Inuit at Maskwacis
    16:45 Meeting with indigenous peoples and members of the Parish Community of Sacred Heart at Edmonton

    BIRTHDAY

    Fray Jose Ernil Almayo
    Fray James Esplanada (simply prof.)
    Sr. Ma. Gorreti Cui, AR
    Sis. Amelia Sison, SAR (Tondo Chapter)
    Sis. Cristina Cabantan, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sr. Genoveva del Sgdo. Corazon de Jesus, AR
    +Sis. Wilma Digna Bayona, SAR (Inagawan Chapter)

26
  • All day
    July 26, 2022

    APOSTOLIC JOURNEY TO CANADA
    DAY 3
    EDMONTON – LAC STE. ANNE – EDMONTON

    10:15 Holy Mass at “Commonwealth Stadium” in Edmonton
    17:00 Participation in the “Lac Ste Anne  Pilgrimage” and liturgy of the word at the “Lac Ste. Anne”

    BIRTHDAY

    Fray Joaquin Jamelo
    Sr. Ma. Olympia Bolatete, AR
    Sis. Ma. Wendie Oane, SAR (Antipolo Chapter)
    Sis. Evangeline Gubatao, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sr. Prudencia de la Virgen del Pilar, AR
    +Sis. Delia Vega, SAR (Antipolo Chapter)
    +Sis. Lourdes Contapay, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

27
  • All day
    July 27, 2022

    APOSTOLIC JOURNEY TO CANADA
    DAY 4
    EDMONTON – QUÉBEC

    9:00    Departure by airplane from Edmonton International Airport to Québec
    15:05  Arrival at Québec International Airport
    15:40  Welcome Ceremony at the Residence of the Governor General of Canada, “Citadelle de Québec”
    16:00  Courtesy Visit to the Governor General at the “Citadelle de Québec”
    16:20  Meeting with the Prime Minister at the “Citadelle de Québec”
    16:45  Meeting with Civil Authorities, Representatives of Indigenous Peoples and Members of the Diplomatic Corps at the “Citadelle de Québec”

    BIRTHDAY

    Fray Jorge Peligro
    Sr. Ma. Eulalia Magquilat, AR
    Sis. Ma. Victoria Abagat, SAR (Bacolod Chapter)
    Sis. Nilda Dasco, SAR (Manila Chapter)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sis. Tomasa Guimbarda, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

28
  • All day
    July 28, 2022

    PRAYER INTENTION: FOR THE MISSIONS

    APOSTOLIC JOURNEY TO CANADA DAY 5
    QBEC

    10:00 Departure by airplane from Iqaluit Airport to  Rome
    17:15 Vespers with Bishops, Priests, Deacons, Consecrated persons, Seminarians and Pastoral workers in the Cathedral of Notre
    Dame in Québec

    BIRTHDAY

    Sr. Ma. Irma Castrodes, AR
    Sr. Ma. Ligaya Satur, AR

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sr. Patrocinio Cabanlet, AR

29
  • All day
    July 29, 2022

    BIRTHDAY

    Sis. Josephine Lapuz, SAR (Provincialate Chapter)

    APOSTOLIC JOURNEY TO CANADA DAY 6
    QBEC – IQALUIT – ROME

    9:00     Private meeting with the Members of the Society of Jesus in the Archbishop’s Residence in Québec
    10:45  Meeting with a Delegation of Indigenous Peoples in Québec in the Archbishop’s Residence in Québec
    12:45  Departure by airplane from Québec International Airport to Iqaluit
    15:50  Arrival at Iqaluit Airport
    16:15  Private meeting with students of the former residential schools in the primary school in Iqaluit
    17:00  Meeting with young people and elders in the primary school square in Iqalui
    18:15  Farewell Ceremony at Iqaluit Airport
    18:45  Departure by airplane from Iqaluit Airport to Rome*

    *Arrival in Rome: July 30 / 0750H

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Mo. Gertrudes del Espiritu Santo, AR
    +Bro. Pedro Avendanio, SAR (Baguio Chapter)
    +Sis. Lourdes Guarino, SAR (Talisay Chapter)
    +Sis. Roberta Along, SAR (Cebu Chapter)
    +Sis. Hipolita Guinita, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

30
  • All day
    July 30, 2022

    BIRTHDAY

    Sis. Sunshine Cabiguen, SAR (Puerto Princesa Chapter) Reynz Rey Tupaz (RAY-Tambo)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Mo. Cecilia Rosa de Jesus Talangpaz
    +Sr. Asuncion de San Jose, AR
    +Sr. Magdalena del Espiritu Santo, AR
    +Sr. Magdalena Sabano, AR
    +Mo. Ma. Nicolasa de San Jose
    +Sr. Vicenta de San Agustin, AR

31
  • All day
    July 31, 2022

    FIL MISSION SUNDAY

    BIRTHDAY

    Br. John Inocencio Dupay (postulant)
    Bro. Eduardo Tolentino, SAR (Provincialate Chapter)
    Sis. Leonor Canono, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

      

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