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I was fortunate to witness last night the Raising of the Galero of Cardinal Rufino Santos at the Manila Cathedral, coinciding with his 45th death anniversary and the 60th anniversary since the rebuilding and consecration of the Cathedral after its destruction in WW2. Cardinal Tagle was the celebrant at the Eucharistic celebration and presided over the galero ceremony.  Hearing and reading about Cardinal Santos’ life made me realize that he should be considered for beatification and eventual sainthood! #cardinalsantos #galero #cardinaltagle #45thdeathanniversary #60thanniversary #futuresaint
Cardinal Luis Antonio G. Tagle witnesses the raising of the galero in honor of his predecessor Cardinal Rufino J. Santos, the first Filipino Cardinal and the one who led the rebuilding of the Manila Cathedral postwar. #manilacathedral #galero
Raising of the Galero of Cardinal Rufino J. Santos ©Eric Paul Guanlao  #photography #photooftheday #catholic #church #cardinal #galero #manilacathedral #nikon #nikonphotography #explore #igers
“Raising of the Galero in Honor of Cardinal Rufino J. Santos”  Eucharistic Celebration Presided by Cardinal Luis Antonio G. Tagle  #manilacathedral #firstourchurch #foreverourmother #galero
Raising of the Galero of The late His Eminence Cardinal Rufino Jiao Santos. The 1st filipino Cardinal. . . . #manilacathedral #filipinocatholic #cardinal #galero #cardinalgalero #catholic #rcam #archdioceseofmanila #manila #catholicism
Hoje foi dia de: Pré Evento Formatura 🎓  Eternizar momentos 📷 Descontrair🎉  E se divertir com a galera! Beijei até o sapo para ver se virava meu príncipe, mas acho que o príncipe que virou sapo 🐸! 🤷🏼‍♀️ Agarrei a pilastra 🤔☺️ Enfim dia de alegria e momentos que ficaram para sempre em nossas memórias! 😍 Há até carreguei nossa manquinha!💕 #asformaturas #churras #galero #quaselá  #futuraspsicologas #piscologia #psicologiaporamor #asformaturas
Blessed feast of St. Raymond Nonnatus!  In 1200, in Catalonia, St. Raymond Nonnatus was taken from the womb of his mother after her death, hence the name Nonnatus (not born). He took the habit of the Mercedarians, a religious order founded by St. Peter Nolasco to ransom Christian slaves held captive by the Moors of North Africa, and was ordained a priest in 1222. He travelled to Valencia where he ransomed 140 captive Christian slaves. He then traveled to North Africa, where he was able to ransom another 250 captives in Algiers, and then went to Tunis, where, after money ran out, he surrendered himself as a hostage for 28 captive Christians, in keeping with the fourth vow taken by the members of the Order.  He suffered much in captivity. His zealous teaching of the Christian religion and converted many, including his jailers, which embittered the authorities. The Moors bored holes through his lips with a red-hot iron and sealed his mouth with a padlock to prevent him from preaching. He was ransomed by the Mercedarians and returned to home Spain in 1239. 16th-century hagiography holds that he was given the title of Cardinal-Deacon by Pope Gregory IX and that on his way to Rome, St. Raymond caught a fever and died in Cardona, six miles from Barcelona, at the age of 37, on August 31, 1240. Many miracles were attributed to him before and after his death.  He was canonized in 1657 by Pope Alexander VII. The intercession of St. Raymond Nonnatus is invoked by expectant mothers, women in labor, priests defending the confidentiality of confession, and the falsely accused. He is often depicted in the company of angels, holding a monstrance, or with padlocked lips (Catholic Encyclopedia, 1911). Sancte Raimundus Nonnatus, ora pro nobis!
Um #tbt de foto de família em um casamento tão lindo que nem sei!  Um amor desse tamanho quase não coube na foto ❤️ #galero
HOW FR. RUFINO SANTOS SAVED THE LIFE OF THE ARCHBISHOP  According to the account from the book of Fr. Martin J. Noone, then Manila Archbishop Michael O’Doherty was smuggling food for the internees and prisoners in UST. Informers eventually got to know their actions. Infuriated Japanese officers stormed into the Palacio del Arzobispo one day in February 1944 to take the archbishop to task and it would have gone ill with him then, had not his secretary Father Rufino Santos intervened at once, vigorously denying accusation, and insisting that he as treasurer handled all money matter, including charitable donations. Santos was summarily flung into the dreaded Fort Santiago, where he was confined in a dungeon for nearly a whole year and was subjected to severe interrogation and torture. Little did they know that this young priest who offered his own life to save O’Doherty would later be the successor as Archbishop of Manila, and rebuild the church from war. The picture shows Bishop Rufino Santos beside the ailing O’Doherty in the hospital.  Join us on September 3, Monday at 6:00pm, with a Eucharistic Celebration to be presided by Cardinal Luis Antonio G. Tagle, as we honor the people who helped during the reconstruction and also witness the historic raising of the Galero of Cardinal Santos #manilacathedral #firstourchurch #foreverourmother #galero
THE RED COLOR OF MARTYRDOM As we honor Cardinal Rufino J. Santos this year, we also remember his own story of martyrdom that is rarely known by people. Fr. Rufino Santos, a very young priest during the time of war and a close collaborator of Manila Archbishop Michael O’Doherty, saved the life of the old and ailing prelate by volunteering to be incarcerated on the Archbishop’s behalf. For one whole year, from February 4, 1944 to February 5, 1945, Fr. Santos was jailed at Fort Santiago and endured severe tortures from the Japanese. But perhaps through God’s divine intervention, the Liberation of Manila begun a few days before he was supposed to be executed and was freed.  Even then, the red color of sacrifice and martyrdom was already seen in his priestly life. Now these two Archbishops rest beside each other in the crypt of the Cathedral they loved and served.  Join us on September 3, Monday at 6:00pm, with a Eucharistic Celebration to be presided by Cardinal Luis Antonio G. Tagle, as we honor the people who helped during the reconstruction and also witness the historic raising of the Galero of Cardinal Santos, the man who led the reconstruction of our Mother Church. #manilacathedral #firstourchurch #foreverourmother #galero
Gallo de un compa🐓 #galero #gallinas
CARDINAL SANTOS’ GALERO FOUND In perhaps some stroke of divine providence, the Galero of the first Filipino Cardinal, Rufino J. Santos, was recently discovered tucked away in a dark corner of the stock room of the Archdiocesan Museum of Manila. It was found still with its original box with the label of the maker Tanfani and Bertarelli in Rome. This is a very timely discovery as we celebrate this year the 60th anniversary of the rebuilding of the Manila Cathedral.  Join us on September 3, Monday at 6:00pm, with a Eucharistic Celebration to be presided by Cardinal Luis Antonio G. Tagle, and witness the historic raising of the Galero of Cardinal Santos, the man who led the reconstruction of our Mother Church. #manilacathedral #firstourchurch #foreverourmother #galero
The raising of Cardinal Szoka’s #galero at Mass with our dear Archbishop Vigneron. #detroit #detroitcatholic #catholic #traditon #redhat
Up close with #cardinal Szoka’s #galero and its fiochi (tassels) which will be hoisted aloft the #cathedral ceiling tonight following a special 5pm #mass celebrated by the Archbishop. And, yes, it counts for Sunday. You can see the galero in Cardinal Szoka’s coat of arms. Red denotes a Cardinal while green denotes a bishop. #catholic #churchladylife #detroit #catholicdetroit #prayer #cooltraditions
BUILDERS OF THE CATHEDRAL As we celebrate this year the 60th anniversary of the rebuilding of the Manila Cathedral, we recognize the contribution of three countries, former enemies in war, coming together to help rebuild the country’s Mother Church. The United States of America, together with American Catholics gave generously to the cause of the reconstruction through His Eminence Francis Cardinal Spellman. Spain has offered a substantial donation out of which would come the altar of Our Lady of the Pillar Chapel. The Governor of the Kanagawa prefecture, Iwataro Uchiyama came in June 1956 to present 65,000 bags of cement representing the donation of the Japanese people.  Join us on September 3, Monday at 6:00pm, with a Eucharistic Celebration to be presided by Cardinal Luis Antonio G. Tagle, as we honor the people who helped during the reconstruction and also witness the historic raising of the Galero of Cardinal Santos, the man who led the reconstruction of our Mother Church. #manilacathedral #firstourchurch #foreverourmother #galero
BUILDERS OF THE CATHEDRAL  Galo B. Ocampo, Designer of the Stained Glass Windows  Galo was known to be one of the triumvirate of Modern Filipino Art together with Victorio Edades and Carlos “Botong” Francisco. He graduated from the School of Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines, taught at the University of Santo Tomas, and later led the Department of Fine Arts at Far Eastern University.  He worked as a curator for the Presidential Museum at Malacañang Palace, and was later appointed director of the National Museum. His style showcased modern expressionist lines and cubes infused with indigenous Filipino themes that is very much evident in his unique work for the postwar Manila Cathedral.  Join us on September 3, Monday at 6:00pm, with a Eucharistic Celebration to be presided by Cardinal Luis Antonio G. Tagle, as we honor the people who helped during the reconstruction and also witness the historic raising of the Galero of Cardinal Santos, the man who led the reconstruction of our Mother Church. #manilacathedral #firstourchurch #foreverourmother #galero
BUILDERS OF THE CATHEDRAL Fernando Hizon Ocampo, Architect of the New Metropolitan Cathedral of Manila  He was born to a prominent family in San Fernando, Pampanga. Anacleto Hizon, his maternal grandfather, is a gobernadorcillo of San Fernando. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Ateneo de Manila in 1914, his Civil Engineering degree in UST in 1919 and studied Architecture in the University of Pennsylvania.  Some of his famous works are the Cu-Unjieng Building in Plaza Cervantes, the Calvo Building, the UST Central Seminary, he also likewise designed the San Fernando Cathedral and some residences of prominent families in his hometown. The crowning jewel perhaps of his architectural career is the postwar Manila Cathedral. Though faithful to the Neo-Romanesque theme of the former structure, he contributed his own genius by creating a new building that is more fortified and spacious, in keeping with the modern style of his period.  Join us on September 3, Monday at 6:00pm, with a Eucharistic Celebration to be presided by Cardinal Luis Antonio G. Tagle, as we honor the people who helped during the reconstruction and also witness the historic raising of the Galero of Cardinal Santos, the man who led the reconstruction of our Mother Church. #manilacathedral #firstourchurch #foreverourmother #galero

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