If he were alive today, he might also say, "Stop with that nonsense slogan.
Posted on July 21, by lougopal Just a note to acknowledge many people that have contributed to this blog with facts and photos, among them are: It is especially evident in the proliferation of schools and churches within the Manila area.
Her image is the oldest in the Philippines having been discovered on May 19, around the seashore which is now the site of the Ermita Church by soldiers of Miguel Lopez de Legaspi after he took over possession of the city in honor of King Felipe II of Spain.
One of the soldiers wishing to rest after the vigors of their journey, had gone out for a stroll along what was the Muralla, and reaching the shores of the sea now Ermitasaw a big crowd gathered in a recess formed by palms of surrounding pandan trees. His curiosity led him nearer to the place where he saw to his amazement that the simple natives were in the midst of a superstitious cult before a beautiful statue of the Holy Virgin, placed on a pedestal adorned with palms.
The soldiers then removed the statue and placed it in a small, improvised church of the Immaculate Conception Manila Cathedral but later transferred it back to its original location in Ermita. It is said that the image must have been one of those brought to the country by Ferdinand Magellan in and must have been sent by the Cebu native chiefs as a gift to one of the rajahs in Manila.
The lining of its dress on tunic is of dark red silk with white parallel strips.
From the waistline to its tunic, it has a kind of tapis similar to that worn by the Filipina women of the past. The present Nuestra Senora de Guia church is the 9th in the succession of wooden, nipa, bamboo, or stone churches that have stood on this site and eventually disappeared.
Lorenzo Guerrero, artist and architect, designed and decorated the Ermita church when it was rebuilt in Lorenzo was a precocious talent, already giving drawing lessons at age As a gifted painter, whose delicacy of execution and handling of light and shadow was incomparable, he centered his work on two subjects — religious themes and scenes depicting native life and customs.
Unfortunately, Guerrero died of acute asthma in His remains were buried in his beloved Ermita Church. After the destruction of the war, the new Ermita Church was designed and reconstructed by architect Carlos Antonio Santos-Viola, who is noted for designing the most Philippine churches.
He was among the top ten graduates. Architect Santos-Viola first worked in the office of Juan Nakpil as a draftsman, eventually rising to associate architect from to Instead, Ermita Church follows the postwar style of modern architecture with straight lines and functional aspects. Perhaps because the land area is quite small, Santos-Viola sought to make the church seem bright and airy with numerous clerestories that rise up to the ceiling.
These windows do not feature stained glass but instead have pastel coloured panels that provide a feeling of wide, open spaces. The ceiling is adorned with oil on canvas murals that depict narratives from the Bible.
They add to the attractiveness of this church as one of the most popular Visita Iglesia destinations during the Holy Week visitations. Ermita Church interior Many churches and chapels of Manila were places in which thousands of residents died in the battle for the city.
Ermita Church was no exception. Hundreds of terrorized civilians sought shelter from the American shelling and Japanese slaughter inside or under the church to no avail, for the structure was razed to the ground. All of us who survived the battle for Manila have painful, bittersweet memories of friends and loved ones who did not come out alive.
In revisiting old places like Ermita Church and the neighbourhood, we must acknowledge that there are sad memories associated with such old familiar places.
We honour the memory of those we loved and lost. But like surgeons, we must root out the bitterness of the circumstances in which they perished, and not revisit and reopen old wounds of more than half a century ago. Acknowledgment and acceptance are steps that lead to healing.Rizal's Famous Quotations "Ang hindi magmahal sa sariling wika, daig pa ang hayop at malansang isda." "He who does not love his own language is worse than an animal and smelly fish.".
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