PRESENTED BY: TORCUATOR DULCE, C.

PRESENTED BY:
TORCUATOR, DULCE C.
AND
PINEDA, LORILIE
RESULTS OF THE PHILIPPINEAMERICAN WAR

•Philippine-American war resulted in great loss of lives
and decreased economic pro...
•The countries only victory or gain
from this cruel war was the birth of
the PHILIPPINE INDEPENDENT
CHURCH.
•GENERAL FRANK...
THE DISPOSITION OF THE FRIAR LANDS
•First phase of the revolution (1896-1898 against Spain)
•Second phase (1898-1902 again...
FILIPINIZATION OF THE CHURCH

•AGLIPAYAN CHURCH (Iglesia Filipina Independiente)is a great extent story of the struggle of...
AGLIPAY BECOMES MILITARY VICAR
GENERAL

•Revolutionary Government, in 1898-recognized
the validity of civil marriage.
•Oct...
NOZALEDA EXCOMMUNICATES AGLIPAY

•Aglipay’s position in the Catholic Church and in the
Revolutionary Government was anomal...
MABINI AND THE NATIONAL CHURCH
Being a patriot and a nationalist, Mabini who
no longer held a Government position was
vaca...
OPPOSITION TO FILIPINIZATION


Monsignor Placido Chapelle
-An American, arrived in Manila . Instead
of sympathizing with ...
THE SEPARATION FROM ROME
The two Filipino Priest in Rome, that appeared
before the pope and told his holiness about the
pr...
- That he called Union Obrera Democratica
(Democratic Labor Union).
- He suggested the stablishment of a Filipino Church
I...
CONVERTS TO THE NEW CHURCH






Isabelo de los Reyes made a list of what he
considered to be sympathizers of the new c...
ATTEMPS TO WIN BACK AGLIPAY
Aglipay was irritated upon learning that he was
proclaim Supreme Bishop of the new Church.
 H...
On the 5th day of the conference between
Aglipay and Foradada, the latter asked
Aglipay to sign a document which was a
con...
CONSECRATION OF AGLIPAY AS BISHOP
October 1, 1902
-He presided over the meeting of the council
which was summoned to frame...
On 1910
-He was now the Supreme Bishop of the new
church, that he invited by the Jesuits to the
house of F.Theo Rogers (Pu...
The Iglesia Filipina Independiente
-Popularly known as the Aglipayan Church.
•The Founding of the Phil. Independent
Church...
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  1. 1. PRESENTED BY: TORCUATOR DULCE, C. PRESENTED BY: TORCUATOR, DULCE C.
  2. 2. AND PINEDA, LORILIE
  3. 3. RESULTS OF THE PHILIPPINEAMERICAN WAR •Philippine-American war resulted in great loss of lives and decreased economic productivity which affected the whole population, rich and poor alike. •The Filipinos desire for independence was crushed for the second time. •The peasant’s dream to own land was frustrated both by the Filipino elite and the Americans.
  4. 4. •The countries only victory or gain from this cruel war was the birth of the PHILIPPINE INDEPENDENT CHURCH. •GENERAL FRANKLIN BELL-took charge of the bloody campaign in Batangas.
  5. 5. THE DISPOSITION OF THE FRIAR LANDS •First phase of the revolution (1896-1898 against Spain) •Second phase (1898-1902 against the U.S) •GOVERNOR TAFT- negotiated the Vatican for the forced sale of the states to the U.S. •On 1905-the U.S completed the purchase of the lands from the Vatican for $ 6.9 m. 9
  6. 6. FILIPINIZATION OF THE CHURCH •AGLIPAYAN CHURCH (Iglesia Filipina Independiente)is a great extent story of the struggle of the Filipino clergy to Filipinize the catholic church in the Philippines. •FATHER GREGORIO AGLIPAY-a Filipino secular priest who sympathized with Spain to persuade the revolutionary leaders. •BERNARDINO NOZALEDA- urged Aglipay to investigate the condition of the parishes there.
  7. 7. AGLIPAY BECOMES MILITARY VICAR GENERAL •Revolutionary Government, in 1898-recognized the validity of civil marriage. •October 20,1898-Aguinaldo appointed Aglipay military Vicar General. •Aglipay –was the religious leader of the Revolutionary Government.
  8. 8. NOZALEDA EXCOMMUNICATES AGLIPAY •Aglipay’s position in the Catholic Church and in the Revolutionary Government was anomalous. •Aglipay choose to be Filipino first. •Aglipay suggested the creation of a council (cabildo), to asked the Pope to appoint Filipinos to all Church positions. •On October 22,1898-he urged the Filipino priests to organized themselves to occupy all vacant parishes.
  9. 9. MABINI AND THE NATIONAL CHURCH Being a patriot and a nationalist, Mabini who no longer held a Government position was vacationing in Rosales, Pangasinan, where he issued a manifesto on October 22, 1899 urging the Filipino priest to establish a National Church. THE NATIONAL CHURCH • October 23, 1899 -Aglipay called a meeting of Filipino priest at Paniqui Tarlac. - Aglipay said that the Catholic Church in the Philippines should be Filipinized. 
  10. 10. OPPOSITION TO FILIPINIZATION  Monsignor Placido Chapelle -An American, arrived in Manila . Instead of sympathizing with the Filipino priests, he announced that those who opposed the Spanish friars were the enemies of Religion, and public order. -He also said that the heads of Revolutionary leaders should be chopped off.
  11. 11. THE SEPARATION FROM ROME The two Filipino Priest in Rome, that appeared before the pope and told his holiness about the problem of the Filipino clergy. 1.Jose Chanco 2. Salustiano Araullo • Isabelo de los Reyes - Filipino writer and scholar in Spain. - He founded the first labor union in the Philippines on July, 1901. 
  12. 12. - That he called Union Obrera Democratica (Democratic Labor Union). - He suggested the stablishment of a Filipino Church Independent of Rome, with Aglipay as the Supreme Bishop. -The suggestion was loudly proclaimed by those present and the new Church was called Iglesia Filipina Independiente (Phil. Independent Church) - The founding of the church is the separation from Rome.
  13. 13. CONVERTS TO THE NEW CHURCH    Isabelo de los Reyes made a list of what he considered to be sympathizers of the new church. He included Fernando Ma. Guerrero, Martin Ocampo, Trinidad H. Pardo de Tavera, Manuel Artigas, Adriano Garces, George Barlin, Manuel Roxas, Toribio Domingues, and others. De los Reyes was dissapointed for he thought that those men he listed as sympathizers of the new church would join it. The end of 1902, 14 Filipino priest affiliated with the new church.
  14. 14. ATTEMPS TO WIN BACK AGLIPAY Aglipay was irritated upon learning that he was proclaim Supreme Bishop of the new Church.  He was at the time conferring with a Spanish Jesuit in the Jesuit house at Santa Ana, Manila.  He was invited to a conference at the Jesuit House through Leon Ma. Guerrero and Joaquin Luna.  Father Francisco Foradada, S.J. -A Spanish author of a book in the Phil. He persuade Aglipay to return to the Catholic Church. 
  15. 15. On the 5th day of the conference between Aglipay and Foradada, the latter asked Aglipay to sign a document which was a confession of a Catholic Church  Foradada’s promise to make him Bishop or Archbishop, if he would sign the document.  He seized the priest by the back of the neck and shook him violently.  Aglipay left the Jesuit in anger. 
  16. 16. CONSECRATION OF AGLIPAY AS BISHOP October 1, 1902 -He presided over the meeting of the council which was summoned to frame a constitution for the new church •October 26, 1902 - He celebrated his first mass as Supreme Bishop. •January 18, 1903 - He was consecrated Supreme Bishop by the Bishops of Cagayan, Pangasinan, Isabela, Abra, Nueva Ecija, Cavite and Manila. 
  17. 17. On 1910 -He was now the Supreme Bishop of the new church, that he invited by the Jesuits to the house of F.Theo Rogers (Publisher of the Phil. Free Press.) •Father Joaquin Villalonga - A kind and energetic missionary. •Rev. Fr. Santiago Fonacier - Refused to return the Roman Catholic fold. 
  18. 18. The Iglesia Filipina Independiente -Popularly known as the Aglipayan Church. •The Founding of the Phil. Independent Church, Aglipay and his companions actualized a centuries-old goal of vibrant and dynamic Filipinism. 

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