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Remembering Dr. Jose Rizal

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Remembering Dr. Jose Rizal

  1. 1. Josefino Tulabing Larena ,CPS, MPA REMEMBERING RIZAL
  2. 2. Evaluate Rizal’s heroism and importance in the context of Rizalista groups Discuss the history of selected Rizalista groups Compare and contrast the different views on Rizal among the Rizalistas. LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  3. 3. Millenarian groups- socio- political movement who generally believe in the coming of a major social transformation with the establishment of the kingdom of God KEYWORD
  4. 4. Rizalista A religious movement that believes in the divinity of Jose Rizal KEYWORD
  5. 5. Jove Rex Al The latin name of Jose Rizal according to Rizalistas : Jove means God Rex means King Al means All ( God, King of all) KEYWORD
  6. 6. Colorum A term used to refer to secret societies that fought against the colonial government in the Philippines KEYWORDS
  7. 7. Canonizations The act of declaring a dead person as a saint KEYWORD
  8. 8. In late 1898 and early 1899 revolutionary newspapers “ La Independencia” and “El Heraldo de la Revolucion” reported about Filipino commemorating Rizal’s death in various towns in the country. Batangas :” tearfully wailing before a portrait of Rizal “ Laguna :”the lord of a kind of paradise in the heart of Mount Makiling” Early 1900 then witnessed the founding of different religious organizations honoring Rizal “ Filipino Jesus Christ” In 1907 ,Spanish writer and philosopher Miguel de Unamuno gave Rizal the title “Tagalog Christ” a religious organizations venerating him had been formed in different parts of the Philippines ( Iya,2012). RIZAL AS THE TAGALOG CHRIST
  9. 9. Who founded the religious confraternity “Cofradia de San Jose was also considered as the “Tagalog Christ” by his followers. APOLINARIO DE LA CRUZ 1815-1841
  10. 10. Felipe Salvador (26 May 1870 at Baliuag, Bulacan – 15 April 1912), also known as Apo Ipe or Ápûng Ipê Salvador, was a Filipino revolutionary who founded the Santa Iglesia (Holy Church), a messianic society also known as the Colorum which had the aim of defeating and overthrowing the colonial government of the United States in the Philippines. FELIPE SALVADOR
  11. 11. The earliest record about Rizal being declared as a saint is that of his canonization initiated by the Philippine Independent Church or La Iglesia Filipina Independiente .Founded on Aug 3,1902, the PIC became a major religious sect with a number of followers supporting its anti-friar and anti- imperialist campaigns.As a nationalist religious institution, PIC churches displayed Philippine flag in its altars as an expression of their love of country and recognition of heroes who fought for our independence. THE CANONIZATION OF RIZAL TRACING THE ROOTS OF RIZALLISTAS
  12. 12. In 1903 PIC official organ published the “Acta de Canonization de los Grandes Martires de la Patria Dr. Rizal y Burgos, Gomez y Zamora. According to proceedings,the Council of Bishops headed by Gregorio Aglipay me in Manila Sept. 24,1903
  13. 13. A prominent Filipino politician, writer and labor activist in the 19th and 20th centuries. He was the original founder of the Iglesia Filipina Independiente, an independent Philippine national church. He is now known as the "Father of Philippine Folklore", the "Father of the Philippine Labor Movement", and the "Father of Filipino Socialism". ISABELO DE LOS REYES
  14. 14. Aglipay was born in 1860. He was a priest and fervent Filipino patriot, one of the leaders of the revolution, who at the same time led a schism from the Roman Catholic Church, and co-founded the Philippine Independent Church. GREGORIO AGLIPAY
  15. 15. Banal is a religious sect in Dulag, Barauen and limon Leyte Pantay-pantay-a strange society called Rizalinos, they walk barefoot in a procession to Rizal’s monument and hold a queer sort of a mass. A “colorum “ sect in Tayabas ,Quezon has built a chapel for him at the foot of Bundok San Cristobal ,better known as Mt. Banahaw. Rizalina in Barrio Caluluan ,Concepcion Tarlac PAULINA CAROLINA MALAY OBSERVATIONS
  16. 16. Adarnista or the Iglesiang Pilipima Sambahang Rizal Iglesia Watwat ng Lahi Suprema de la Iglesia de la Ciudad Mistica de Dios Inc GROUPS VENERATING JOSE RIZAL
  17. 17. t was a group of young Filipino students studying in Spain who helped spread the movement rapidly in Philippine circles: Marcelo H. del Pilar, Graciano Lopez Jaena, Jose Alejandrino, Ariston Bautista, Julio Llorente, Galicano Apacible, Antonio Luna, and his brother Juan Luna, and Jose Rizal. Some of these joined Solidaridad Lodge 53 in Barcelona, Spain, and others joined Revolucion Lodge. Upon their return to the colony, many formed lodges. On January 6, 1891, Nilad Lodge was formed in Manila. Soon others followed throughout the archipelago, even as far as Zamboanga. In 1893 these different lodges were organized under the Grand Regional Council led by Ambrocio Flores. Such was the influence of Freemasonry in the public that even the organization Katipunan adapted masonic secret ritual and codes. FREEMASONRY IN THE PHILIPPINES
  18. 18. The Filipinos reorganized under Grand Master Ambrocio Flores to establish the Filipino Grand Orient in 1899 AMBROCIO FLORES
  19. 19. According to Filipino historian Reynold Fajardo, in his book “Dimasalang: The Masonic Life of Dr. Jose Rizal,” Rizal was not only a mason, he was the only one among the leaders of the revolutionary movement during the Spanish era who “deserved to be called an international Mason since he was a member of various Masonic lodges in Spain, Germany, France and possibly, England.” THE MASONIC LIFE OF JOSE RIZAL
  20. 20. The Order of the Knights of Rizal is the sole order of knighthood in the Philippines. The Order is created to honor and uphold the ideals of Philippine national hero José Rizal KNIGHTS OF RIZAL
  21. 21. The insignia of the Order is ranked seventh in the Order of Wear pursuant to the Implementing Rules and Regulations of the Honors Code of the Philippines
  22. 22. The Order was established in 1911 by Colonel Antonio C. Torres, who later served as the first Filipino chief of police of Manila. The Order was granted a legislative charter by President Elpidio Quirino as a non-sectarian, non-partisan, non-racial civic, patriotic, and cultural organization under Republic Act 646 on June 14, 1951 HISTORY OF KNIGHTS OF RIZAL