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‘Ritual remembrance’ of 1986 ‘People Power’ and the ‘Church of the...

People power has become an integral part of the Philippine political tradition, because of the form it took and the result it achieved

Webinar on history of Philippine Catholic Church launched

The series is open to people who are interested in the history of the Church

Filipino historian claims discovery of San Pedro Calungsod’s birthplace in Leyte

The historian presented his theory due to the pervading “problematic and in contention” records of the saint’s origin

AMRSP joins opposition to rename street named after saint

The AMRSP said renaming the street will “totally obliterate the significance of one of the very first settlements established in 1590”

Philippine Catholic bishops adopt gov’t study affirming site of first Easter...

The National Historical Commission of the Philippines has determined that the 1521 Mass took place on the island of Limasawa

Condemning history to a lie: The fantasy that was Marcos

It has been said that history is written by victors. Now that Marcos had been ousted, it’s time we call a spade a spade.

Limasawa: Where the First Easter Sunday Mass was held 500 years...

Magellan’s expeditions placed the Philippines in the world map and brought the Christian faith to the islands

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