Art Pieces

Sadly. this year, we have not been able to produce what has become an annual tradition for us: the Historic Philippines Visita Iglesias.

Therefore, we are providing links to the 2015 versions of the devotions in Pilipino/Tagalog, Ilonggo/Hiligaynon and English. We hope you will enjoy them as much as we enjoyed producing them.

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It’s been 3 weeks since the group of ‘Treasure Hunters’ who are alleged to have looted some of the historically significant artifacts and done serious and irreparable damage to the Memorial Chapel at the Cemetery in San Joaquin, Iloilo. Well they’ve been  guests at the Provincial Jail until just the last couple of days and the Priest behind it all is still on the LAM.  This is another report on the shenanigans that went on and are still continuing…

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One more follow-up report by Louine Hope Conserva of the Daily Guardian, yesterday she reported on allegations of the looting of historically significantly artifacts going on in the Memorial Chapel at the Cemetery in San Joaquin, Iloilo. The saga continues…

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This is another follow-up report by Louine Hope Conserva of the Daily Guardian, yesterday she reported on allegations that there was some looting of historically significantly artifacts going on in the Memorial Chapel at the Cemetery in San Joaquin, Iloilo. But there is more…

Guardian PNG

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Excavation in San J

This is a follow-up report by Louine Hope Conserva of the Daily Guardian, late last week, in which she reported on allegations that there was some looting of historically significantly artifacts going on in the Memorial Chapel at the Cemetery in San Joaquin, Iloilo.

Guardian PNG

for the complete details:

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4 stars 2015

St George’s dates back to the late 1700’s and one of the first churches built in Kingston, Ontario at the confluence of the St Lawrence River, The Cataraqui and Rideau Rivers and Lake Ontario.

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