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In Februarythe newly independent Kingdom of Pangasinan fell to the Spanish. Palaris liberation[ edit ] On November 3,the people of Pangasinan proclaimed independence from Spain after a rebellion led by Juan de la Cruz Palaris overthrew Spanish rule in Pangasinan. The Pangasinan revolt was sparked by news of the fall of Manila to the British on October 6, On January 16,Juan de la Cruz Palaris was captured and Pangasinan independence was again lost. Philippine revolution against Spain[ edit ] Main article: Philippine Revolution Against Spain The Katipunana nationalist secret society, was founded on July 7, with the aim of uniting the peoples of the Philippines and fighting for independence and religious freedom.

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They were ordered to go to Dagupan were all civilian and military personnel, including members of the volunteer locales of towns not yet in rebel hands. Among the items brought to Dagupan was the image of the Most Holy Rosary of the Virgin of Manaoag, which was already the patron saint of Pangasinan. When the forces of Maramba from the east and Prado from the west converged in Dagupan on July 18,the siege began. A Catholic cannot support a candidate who vows to wipe out religion from public life. While we expect every public official to give life to the constitutional posture of "benevolent neutrality" in respect to the attitude of the State towards religion, the Catholic voter cannot and should not lend his support to any candidate whose ideology binds him or her to make of the Philippines a secular state that has no tolerance for religion in its public life.

Ang tunay na makabayan ay makaDiyos. A Catholic is not closed to the candidacy of a non-Catholic. In fact, there are worthy candidates from other Christian communities and other religions. Their qualifications and aspirations must be given serious heed by our Catholic voters, their truly helpful plans and visions must be supported. You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain. From the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks. When we utter words of hatred, reproach or defiance against God, we sin. The prohibition of using disrespectful language and cuss words extends to the Church of the Lord, the saints and sacred things.

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