KAPLAG AND AUGUSTINIAN PRESENCE IN THE PHILIPPINES

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The commemoration of Kaplag (discovery/finding of the image) is essentially the celebration of Augustinian presence in the country. As part of the build-up activities for the 500th quincentennial celebration, this will be highlighted with the Augustinian legacy mapping (Activity no. 2).

Arrival of Christianity in the Philippines
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Arrival of Christianity in the Philippines

Have a birds-eye view of the locations where the Ferdinand Magellan expedition landed/docked before and during its 1521 arrival in the Philippines and review some of the important events during that period ...
Paglambo sa Pagtuo Concert Punctuates 456th Kaplag Celebration with High Notes
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Paglambo sa Pagtuo Concert Punctuates 456th Kaplag Celebration with High Notes

The first evangelists to the Philippines and caretaker of the centuries-old image of the Santo Niño, the Order of the Augustinians (OSA) highlighted the 456th year celebration of the Kaplag with an online concert titled Santo Niño @500 and Beyond: PAGLAMBO SA PAGTUO ...
The Augustinian Missionaries and the Filipino Indios: Early Contacts, Treatment, and Relations
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The Augustinian Missionaries and the Filipino Indios: Early Contacts, Treatment, and Relations

The Augustinian friars, being the first missionaries to be in contact with the (Filipino) Indios forty-four years after Magellan was killed in Cebu, have a handful of materials that narrate their interactions with the natives ...
1565: The Year of Amazing Discoveries
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1565: The Year of Amazing Discoveries

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) released its Pastoral Exhortation in 2012 with the subtitle “Looking Forward to Our Five Hundredth,” a pastoral reference to the quincentennial of Christianity’s introduction in the Philippines. The Augustinians participate in the celebration of the faith with the 500 years of Santo Niño’s ...
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