Articles with the tag "Cathedral" (4)

The tiny Christian minority in Jolo, Philippines – a majority-Muslim area in an overwhelmingly Catholic nation – has seen renewed energy in its churches now that its faith has been “tested by fire,” Monsignor Romeo S. Saniel, vicar administrator of the Vicariate of Jolo, told Breitbart News in an interview on Tuesday.
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Published on 20/11/2019 by Puerto Parrot
Categories: News and Events, Opinion, Religion
Tags: Cathedral, Christian, Church, Duterte, Marawi, Mindanao, Muslim
From when the city was founded in 1571 until the end of the Spanish rule in 1898, Intramuros was Manila. The name Intramuros means “inside the wall.” For 400 years, Intramuros served as the center of the Spanish occupation, originally built to be the residence for Spanish government officials and their families. It was where the most influential and wealthy citizens of colonial Manila lived. The natives and Chinese were not allowed to live inside Intramuros, only the Spanish elite and mestizos.
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Published on 21/08/2018 by Papagei
Categories: Culture, Documentary, History
Tags: Cathedral, Church, colonial, History, Intramuros, Manila, Museum, Palacio, Rizal, Spanish
What would it take to build an edifice fit for the King of Kings? 12 years of building time? A huge parcel of land that it stands on? A set of rosary so large that it can easily land in the pages GBWR? Or a community united and committed in building this structure no matter how long, how costly and how arduous it would take?
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Published on 21/03/2018 by Papagei
Categories: Culture, Documentary
Tags: Cathedral, Christ, King, Tagum
Our Lady of Atonement which is popularly known as Baguio Cathedral is a Catholic Church located in Baguio City, Philippines. It is unique because of its twin spires, rose colored exterior and traditional stained glass. It is one of the main attractions in Baguio City. During World War 11, the church served as the evacuation center for the Japanese.
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Published on 21/03/2018 by Papagei
Categories: Culture, Documentary
Tags: Baguio, Cathedral