His father taught him Chinese while his mother taught him Tagalog. After being educated by the Dominican friars for a few years, Ruiz earned the title of escribano calligrapher because of his skillful penmanship. He married Rosario, a native, and they had two sons and a daughter.
July 21, - Ginatilan, Cebu, Philippines Died: April 2, - Tumon, Guam Nihil Obstat: October 7, Beatified: November 13, - Burgos, Spain Beatified: September 5, - Manila, Philippines Died: February 4, - Manila, Philippines Nihil Obstat: May 9, - Toledo, Spain Died: October 22, - Manila, Philippines Declared Venerable: November 19, - Manila, Philippines Died: January 17, - Havana, Cuba Nihil Obstat: December 17, Declared Venerable: February 1, - Binondo, Manila, Philippines Died: September 10, - Manila, Philippines Nihil Obstat: October 20, Declared Venerable: July 24, - Sarria, Barcelona, Spain Died: August 4, - Manila, Philippines Nihil Obstat: June 18, Declared Venerable: September 18, - Washington D.
March 16, - Manila, Philippines Nihil Obstat: November 27, Declared Venerable: March 12, - Calumpit, Bulacan, Philippines Died: July 16, - Calumpit, Bulacan, Philippines Died: August 29, - Lipa, Batangas, Philippines Died: February 17, - Molo, Iloilo, Philippines Died: May 23, - Tirano, Sondrio, Italy Died: January 3, - Pampanga, Philippines Nihil Obstat: November 29, - Olongapo, Zambales, Philippines Died: January 30, - Manila, Philippines Nihil Obstat: May 10, - Nola, Naples, Italy Died:St.
Ado of Vienne. An archbishop and scholar, Ado was born in Sens and educated at the Benedictine abbey of Ferrieres.
Abbot Lupus Servatus, an outstanding humanist of the time, trained Ado, and was impressed with the obvious holiness of the young man.
Binondo Highlights. One of the must-visit sites in Chinatown is Binondo Church, an ancient Catholic place of worship. This church is also known as Quiapo Church or the Minor Basilica of St.
Lorenzo Ruiz, dedicated to the first Filipino saint. In a special way, Saint Lorenzo Ruiz calls Philippine families to grow in dignity, harmony and responsibility as the "domestic Church, where each one learns to be at the service of all, witnessing to the sanctity of human life at every stage and in every condition.
Philippine Provinces. This is a list of Philippine Provinces which has been arranged in alphabetical order. Click on the corresponding Philippine province to .
For unclear reasons, Lorenzo was accused of murder. He sought asylum on board ship with three Dominican priests, Saint Antonio Gonzalez, Saint Guillermo Courtet, and Saint Miguel de Aozaraza, a Japanese priest, Saint Vicente Shiwozuka de la Cruz, and a layman named Saint Lazaro of Kyoto, .
Web Site of the Filipino Catholic Chaplaincy - Vienna (FCC Vienna).