SAN PEDRO CATHEDRAL: The Beacon of Davao’s Catholic Faith

On June 29, 1848, Spanish conquistador Don Jose Oyanguren conquered Davao and defeated the local Moro people led by Datu Mama Bago. That day was the feast day of the St. Peter the Apostle. And consequently, Oyanguren declared St. Peter as the Patron Saint of Davao.

When these Spanish colonizers settled in the area, among the first structures they constructed was San Pedro Church and it was modestly built in Nipa and Bamboo. The young church was put under the care of the Augustinian Recollects, the missionaries Oyanguren brought with him when he came to Davao. Before it became a parish, it was then called Yglesia Mision de Bergara dela Nueva Guipuzcoa. Nueva Vergara was the old name of Davao and Nueva Guipuzcoa was for the undivided Province of Davao, both were given by Oyanguren named after his hometown and province in Spain.

San Pedro Cathedral Davao City 45When the Augustinian Recollects left the missionary works in the area, the care of the Church was given to the Jesuits. When the Jesuits took over, it was the period when the population in Davao rapidly increased. The influx of settlers coming from Luzon and the Visayas added to the population. Sensing the growth of the churchgoers, the Jesuits initiated the construction of a bigger Church. It took five years to complete.

San Pedro Cathedral Davao City 46From the Jesuits, the administration of the San Pedro Church was handed over to the PME Fathers who arrived in Davao from Canada in 1938. It was during PME’s time when San Pedro Parish of Davao was elevated from a Parish to Prelature Nullius to Diocese and finally into an Archdiocese. The PME Fathers also initiated the construction of a much bigger church to cater the growing number of Catholic faithful in the city. The PME missionaries were headed by Fr. Clovis Thibault who later became the Bishop and finally Archbishop of Davao.

San Pedro Square in the olden days. Photo Courtesy: Davao of the Past

San Pedro Square in the olden days. Photo Courtesy: Davao of the Past.

During the time of PME, the church was again reconstructed and was rebuilt in wood in the mid 1900’s. It was Architect Ramon Basa, the first professional architect to work in Davao who designed the new Church. He was the same architect who designed some of the most important buildings and structures in the City that until now exist.

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During the time of PME, the church was again reconstructed and was rebuilt in wood in the mid 1900’s. It was Architect Ramon Basa who designed the church. Photo courtesy: Davao of the Past.

Said to have been built in Neo-Gothic style, the design of the church reflected of those few old churches built in some parts of Mindanao. Like the most of the old towns in the Philippines, the church is situated within the area where the government buildings are located. This is the basic scene one can notice if traveling around the country and see that churches, plazas and municipal buildings are contained in one area.

The Old San Pedro Church designed by Architect Ramon Basa. Photo COurtesy: Davao of the Past

The Old San Pedro Church designed by Architect Ramon Basa. Photo Courtesy: Davao of the Past.

Inside the old San Pedro Church taken in the early 60's. Photo courtesy: Davao of the Past

Inside the old San Pedro Church taken in the early 60’s. Photo Courtesy: Davao of the Past.

Adjacent to the church was then Immaculate Conception College building (now University of Immaculate Conception) built by RVM Sisters. This is the oldest private school established in 1906. It was then called St. Peter Parochial School. When the Parish of Davao was granted a Prelature Nullius status, Bishop Thibault initiated the transfer of Immaculate Conception College to Father Selga Street in Bankerohan as its new site while St. Peter Auditorium in San Pedro Street was converted in the Parish Office.

This used to be St. Peter Auditorium of University of Immaculate Conception now converted into San Pedro Parish Office. Like the church, it is also a built heritage.

By 1964, San Pedro Church went another reconstruction. From wood, it was finally remodeled in concrete by Architect Manuel Chiew. The rebuilding of the church also signified a symbolic design that is reflective of the convergence different people living in Davao – whether Christians or Muslims. The roofline of the church was designed to look like the prow of a vinta, a Mindanao boat, gliding on water, carrying a cross at its helm. The vinta representing Muslim Mindanao and the cross representing Christianity – united in spite if their difference – points toward the glory of the Supreme Being. 2 years after the reconstruction of the church, Davao became a full-pledged Diocese and finally in 1970 it was elevated into an Archdiocese.

By 1964, San Pedro Church went another reconstruction. From wood, it was finally remodeled in concrete by Architect Manuel Chiew.

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The present church today is 62 years old since it was reconstructed in 1964, making it a built heritage. While most of cathedrals in the Philippines have the grand look of ancient times, the San Pedro Cathedral looks uniquely different that it stands out from other Cathedrals in the country.

The present church photographed in the 10's. Photo courtesy: Davao of the Past

The present church photographed in the 70’s. Photo courtesy: Davao of the Past.

In the right wing of the present church, the old altar (retablo) that was originally designed by Architect Basa was preserved. Those who grew up going to San Pedro Church in the olden days find the altar as great reminder of what Davao City and the Catholic faith have evolved in many years – not only as structure but Church of Christ as a whole.

This is the original altar of the old San Pedro Church. The altar now can be found at the right wing of the present church. Photo courtesy: Davao of the Past

This is the original altar of the old San Pedro Church before it was remodeled in 1964. The altar (retablo) now can be found at the right wing of the present church. Photo courtesy: Davao of the Past.

In the right wing of the present church, the old altar (retablo) that was originally designed by Architect Basa was preserved.

Unlike other churches in the Philippines that survived natural calamities like strong earthquakes and destructive typhoons, San Pedro Church never suffered devastation from any natural disaster. Instead, it has survived two bombings back in the years when Davao City piteously struggled for peace and order. The first incident was in 1981 which killed 17 people, and in 1993 with 7 deaths.

While most of cathedrals in the Philippines have the grand look of ancient times, San Pedro Cathedral looks uniquely different that it stands out from other Cathedrals in the country.

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SAN PEDRO CATHEDRAL: The Beacon of Davao’s Catholic Faith

Today, San Pedro Cathedral is an important historical landmark that stands tall, sturdy and proud silently witnessing how Davao City and its people has grown to become what it is now – peaceful, orderly and progressive but most of all grateful to its undying faith.

New Homes, New Hopes, New Beginnings in Davao Oriental

It is more than three years now since Typhoon Pablo wreaked unimaginable havoc in the three towns of Davao Oriental – the municipalities of Boston, Baganga, including my hometown of Cateel. Albeit the scars of the monstrous disaster is still visible, victims of Typhoon Pablo today along with their families are gradually moving forward from their dreadful experience dealing with the aftermath of most disastrous typhoon ever to hit that year. My relatives included.

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The wounds caused by Typhoon Pablo are slowly healing. People are getting back to their lives. Those who lost their homes get new ones. Those farms that are severely destroyed by the monstrous winds are replanted again. Alternative sources of living are introduced. Those who are jobless are taught with new livelihood trainings. Many, especially those who benefited so much from the different aid and assistance given to all victims, somehow considered Typhoon Pablo as a blessing in disguise. I’ve seen so many changes from what was used to be ground zero to well-rehabilitated towns now.

DCIM101GOPROThree years after the massive catastrophe, blessings still pour in in these three towns of Davao Oriental. Very recently, the MVP Tulong Kapatid, the corporate social responsibility consortium of the companies led by businessmen Manuel V. Pangilinan, formally turned over 266 housing units to the families who were left homeless in Baganga. Coming from a heartbreaking disaster, I witnessed how all these beneficiaries beamed with so much joy and deep gratitude as they accepted their new typhoon-resilient homes they can now finally call their very own. Others even wept for joy saying they have better homes now compared to the ones destroyed by Typhoon Pablo.

MVP HOMES DAVAO ORIENTAL12The village is now known as MVP Tulong Kapatid Homes and it is located in Barangay Lambajon. It is situated in a five-hectare resettlement site provided and developed by the Provincial Government. I am so impressed to see that the design of the housing units exceeded the usual specifications for social housing. What’s more, these houses are designed to withstand up to 250 kph winds.

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Aside from typhoon resilient houses, the village also features a community clinic, paved subdivision roads, as well as electrical and water services. Now, homeowners consider their new community as the new foundation of their hopes and dreams.

MVP HOMES DAVAO ORIENTAL3MVP HOMES DAVAO ORIENTAL6As someone who came from the same typhoon-stricken area, it is truly inspiring to see how this solid partnership between the MVP Tulong Kapatid and the Provincial Government led by Governor Corazon N. Malanyaon turned this sad catastrophe into a great opportunity to help alleviate the lives of those victims who once lost hope after the tragedy and build them not only durable homes but resilient community. I can now imagine these new homeowners who come from different typhoon-stricken parts of Baganga now living together in one community sharing new hopes, new dreams, and new beginnings.

MVP HOMES DAVAO ORIENTAL15MVP HOMES DAVAO ORIENTAL18In her speech during the turn-over ceremonies, I saw how deeply grateful Governor Cora was as she conveyed her message of gratitude to all the stakeholders especially to Mr. Manny V. Pangilinan for building a project that gave hope to the whole community. She shared the same joy and happiness with the new homeowners. For the beneficiaries, she urged them to make their new community a model of the building-back-better principle and a great foundation for moving forward.

Representatives and top officials of the MVP Group headed by Vice Chairman of the PLDT-Smart Foundation Napoleon Nazareno (4th from left) together with Davao Oriental Governor Corazon N. Malanyaon (6th from left) and First District Representative Cong. Nelson Dayanghirang (2nd from left)

Representatives and top officials of the MVP Group headed by Vice Chairman of the PLDT-Smart Foundation Napoleon Nazareno (4th from left) together with Davao Oriental Governor Corazon N. Malanyaon (6th from left) and First District Representative Cong. Nelson Dayanghirang (2nd from left)

In the aftermath of Typhoon Pablo, Governor Malanyaon spearheaded the “Building Back Better” program that will serve as guiding principle for the rehabilitation and reconstruction of the three hard-hit towns in the Province. Partnership with private institutions like the MVP Group of Companies is part of this program.

MVP HOMES DAVAO ORIENTAL11A guiding principle, “Building Back Better”, with its positive impact and result, was later acknowledged by the United Nations as ‘best in disaster response’.

PROVINCIAL-LED DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS BUILT AFTER TYPHOON PABLO

This is Baganga Sunrise Boulevard built about two years after Typhoon Pablo.

This is Baganga Sunrise Boulevard built about two years after Typhoon Pablo. The coastal park features the old mangrove trees ravaged by storm but now slowly recovering.

The highest waterfalls in the Philippines was was spared during Typhoon Pablo. But two years after, rehabilitation and development of Aliwagwag Falls Eco Park was made. Today, it is one of the most visited destinations in the whole Davao Region.

The highest waterfalls in the Philippines was not spared during Typhoon Pablo. But two years after, rehabilitation and development of Aliwagwag Falls Eco Park was made. Today, it is one of the most visited destinations in the whole Davao Region. This is located in Cateel, Davao Oriental.

Cateel River Park was constructed after reminder of Typhoon Pablo wrath. Here' one can find the Pablo Memorial Monument created by Davao Artist Kublai Milan.

Cateel River Park was constructed as reminder of Typhoon Pablo’s wrath. Here’ one can find the Pablo Memorial Monument created by Davao Artist Kublai Milan.

Another post-Pablo development in the Boston Pacific View Park in the the town center of Boston. The park offers the perfect view of the Pacific Ocean and Cabugao Island.

Another post-Pablo development project is the Boston Pacific View Park in the the town center of Boston. The park offers the perfect view of the Pacific Ocean and Cabugao Island.

The is Aragon Dam located in Barangay Aragon in Cateel Davao Oriental. Constructed after Typhoon Pablo and now the biggest irrigation dam in the whole Mindanao.

The is Aragon Dam located in Barangay Aragon in Cateel Davao Oriental. Constructed after Typhoon Pablo and now the biggest irrigation dam in the whole Mindanao.

More than three years have passed now and our three towns along with our people are getting up moving forward from the wrath of Typhoon Pablo. There are so many things to be thankful. And that includes all those who help rehabilitate and reconstruct these three towns – the government, NGOs and private groups. They build not only houses, but they cemented the hopes and dreams of the people who are once tested by the rage of nature.

SAN ANTONIO, ZAMBALES: Opening Salvo for 2016

Anawangin!!! Anawangin!!! Anawangin!!!

Among others, this has been what I’ve been seeing on social media these days. Friends heading up north to Zambales to see and frolic in the ashen sands of Anawangin and enjoy the unique coastal feel of this once-a-sleepy beach spot in the town of San Antonio. Those photos online enticed me and my friends to fly from Davao to Manila and head up north to experience it for ourselves. And when we get there, we realized there is more to this town than Anawangin – there’s Capones, there’s Nagsasa.

San Antonio Zambales 10Honestly, Anawangin is more popular to me than its mother town, San Antonio. But what I didn’t know is that San Antonio has already gained its good reputation as holiday destination in Zambales because its beautiful beaches, majestic mountains, rolling hills and scenic coves. Campers and beach lovers living nearby even in Metro Manila considered this as one of top choices.

San Antonio Zambales 2 San Antonio Zambales 3 San Antonio Zambales 18 San Antonio Zambales 20Beach hopping or simply just beach lounging is mainly among the reasons why people flock to San Antonio. Home to secluded yet picturesque coves, this town is undeniably a paradise for beach fanatics. Of course, there is the famous Anawangin, the most popular among the coves in San Antonio. But what impressed me more is the Nagsasa Cove that has become a popular alternative as Anawangin becomes crowded especially during weekends. Nagsasa on the other hand is wider and longer and offers much scenic landscape although about an hour boat ride from Pundaquit, the jump off site to all secluded coves of San Antonio.

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Both Anawangin and Nagsasa Coves are crescent shaped coves with pristine ashen sand beach. What makes these beach spots so unique is the unusual presence of tall pine-like trees that grow round there vicinity. These are not actually pine trees; they are Agoho trees said to be endemic to the Philippines and to some Southeast Asian countries.

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Just like all the photos we’ve seen online, we didn’t miss climbing the hills that embrace these coves and marvel at the stunning view of these beach havens. From the top, the view of the beach and the landscape of agoho trees is remarkable. Maybe, it is one of the reasons why people come back here. The view is incredibly remarkable.

San Antonio Zambales 9 San Antonio Zambales 24 San Antonio Zambales 8Aside from the isolated coves, Capones Island which can be easily accessed the Pundaquit is among the must-visit spots when in San Antonio. The island is to home to the century-old Capones Island Lighthouse which was built 1890 by the Spaniards to guide ships entering Subic Bay and Corregidor. Visitors may enter the building and climb to the top of the tower. Adjacent to Capones Island is the rocky Camara Island. Both are popular island-hopping sidetrip destinations when in this part of Zambales.

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Visiting this popular destinations in San Antonio made me understand why people flock to this part of Zambales especially during weekends. Secluded and semi-private, San Antonio’s pristine coves are worth the long trip. I would say one of the scenic beaches I’ve visited in Luzon. And yes, though from from Davao. I would still come back.

PROJECT GIVE BACK YEAR 4: The Travel Teller’s Year End Special

CHRISTMAS IS IN THE AIR! And ’tis a season of giving again. Now on it’s 4th year, join The Travel Teller and his friends for the annual “The Travel Teller Gives Back” with its theme “Magpasaya ng mga Kabataang Mandaya Ngayong Pasko!”.
TTT Gives Back 2015 1This year’s recipients are pupils of Patong Elementary School,  Spur Dos Elementary School and May-Laya Primary School, three of the farthest schools in Cateel where 90% of the population are Mandayas. These schools are among the hard-hit places when Typhoon Pablo ravage the town in December 4, 2012. These kids were among the survivors of the monstrous disaster.
TTT Gives Back 2015 1BE OUR PARTNER and become a way to make our little IP brothers and sisters merrier this Christmas. Contact us and we will be delighted to have you as our sponsors. We invite you too to join us in my hometown of Cateel for this gift giving affair scheduled on December 18-20, 2015.
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INDAK INDAK SA KADALANAN 2015 | The Colors, Sounds and Vibe of Kadayawan Festival

This year’s Indak-indak Sa Kadalanan of the 30th Kadayawan sa Dabaw paid tribute to the wealth and diversity of culture, abundance harvest, protection of the environment, and peaceful and harmonious coexistence between the indigenous and migrant people of Davao.

Kadayawan Festivak Indak-Indak Sa Kadalanan 2015 5“Kadayawan sa Dabaw”, being the city’s grandest and biggest festival celebrating all that is good in the city continues to honor the rich, diverse, artistic, cultural and historical heritage in a grand celebration of thanksgiving for all of Davao City’s blessings. Indak-indak sa Kadalanan depicts the core of this celebration – the bountiful harvest as well as the wealth of the city’s cultures.

Kadayawan Festivak Indak-Indak Sa Kadalanan 2015 3815 contingents from all over Mindanao competed in this year’s street dancing mardi gras. Performances of these contingents features group choreography that centered on this theme embraced by the festival.

Kadayawan Festivak Indak-Indak Sa Kadalanan 2015 20The overall winning performance of the Cabantian National High School from Davao City bested 14 other contingents bringing home Php 500,000.00 cash prize. The winning performance depicted the story of the B’laan’s ritual called Agungan as a peace offering to spirits of a giant tree the tribe has offended.

Kadayawan Festivak Indak-Indak Sa Kadalanan 2015 124The entry from South Cotabato, the Sto. Niño National High School Kalingawan Dance Troupe was adjudged first runner up with Php 400,000.00 cash prize. The Dawan National High School from Mati City, Davao Oriental ended up as second runner-up with Php 300,000.00 cash prize. The third runner up  was Polomolok Performing Arts Guild rom Polomolok, South Cotabato winning Php 100,000.00 cash prize and Municipality of Baganga, Davao Oriental as fourth runner up with Php 50,000.00 cash prize.

Kadayawan Festivak Indak-Indak Sa Kadalanan 2015 131The Dawan National High School of Mati City, Davao Oriental will represent the city in the annual Aliwan Festival in Manila.

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