Religious Heritage

MIAG-AO CHURCH – a Fortress of the Spanish Empire?

Rumors, if passed along often enough, may turn into urban legends; and, sometimes become accepted as a historical fact. Just give it enough time to circulate around for over a generation or two. Most towns and cities have their own urban legends and the...

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Santo Tomas de Villanueva In Miagao, Iloilo

When the mission station of the Agustinians in Miagao became a parish in 1731, they built a simple church and convento (rectory). After Moro raids from the sea burned the towns and church in 1741 and 1754, the priests transfered the town to the edge of a...

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Flag Raising Ceremony, September 24, 2018
Theme: Public Relations Month
Speaker: Fr. Warlito F. Namo
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Inauguration and Opening of San Miguel Purefoods Frozen products wholesale outlet. ... See MoreSee Less

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