2 edition of life and church of Gregorio Aglipay, 1860-1960 found in the catalog.
life and church of Gregorio Aglipay, 1860-1960
Pedro S. de AchuМЃtegui
|Statement||by Pedro S. de Achútegui and Miguel A. Bernad.|
|Series||His Religious revolution in the Philippines, v. 1-2|
|Contributions||Bernad, Miguel Anselmo, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||BR1260 .A352 vol. 1-2, BX4795.I5 .A352 vol. 1-2|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||75031532|
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Gregorio Aglipay and the Aglipayan Church Leave a comment (by Mona Lisa H. Quizon, researcher of National Historical Commission) The Iglesia Filipina Independiente better known as Philippine Independent Church or Aglipayan Church, named after its first bishop, Gregorio Aglipay is one of the tangible legacies of the Philippine Revolution.
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The Routledge Companion to the Christian Church was published by Marvin's Underground Academic Reference on The life and church of Gregorio Aglipay, –, Manila: Ateneo de Manila, See Gerald H. Anderson, ed., Studies in Philippine Church History, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, ; Ronald E.
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Translated by Cecily Hastings. Personal Author: Adam, Karl, Datahan's life spanned one of the most tumultuous periods in Bohol's history. His own brief autobiography, a Visayan‐language document held to have been dictated on his deathbed, is a long litany of rebellions, battles and skirmishes from the Philippine Revolution (–) to the Japanese occupation of Bohol (–).Cited by: 5.Aglipay, Gregorio (–) founder of the Philippine Independent Church Gregorio Aglipay was born in Bathe, Ilocos Norte, the Philippines, on May 8, Orphaned in his second year, he was raised by his maternal granduncles and grandaunts.
Much of his boyhood was spent working in the tobacco fields.