Meet the Ifugao Shaman of Banaue, North Luzon, Phillipines at http://hauteculturefashion.com/

Textile Tribes of the Philippines: The Vanishing Ifugao of Banaue

Meet the Ifugao Shaman of Banaue, North Luzon, Phillipines at http://hauteculturefashion.com/

Map of religion in The Philippines in the late 1800s #map #Philippines #religion

Map of religion in The Philippines in the late 1800s #map #Philippines #religion

A young Saudi woman’s plea for help after she was stopped in an airport in the Philippines en route to Australia where she planned to seek asylum has triggered a firestorm on social media and drawn attention to the plight of female runaways.

A Saudi woman's plea for help exposes risks runaways face

A young Saudi woman’s plea for help after she was stopped in an airport in the Philippines en route to Australia where she planned to seek asylum has triggered a firestorm on social media and drawn attention to the plight of female runaways.

The Black Nazarene (Spanish: El Nazareno Negro, Nuestro Padre Jesús Nazareno, Filipino: Poóng Itím na Nazareno, Hesus Nazareno[1]) is a life-sized image of a dark-skinned, kneeling Jesus Christ carrying the Cross enshrined in the Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene in the Quiapo district of the City of Manila, Philippines.[2]  The Black Nazarene was carved from a dark wood in the 16th century in Mexico, and then transported to the Philippines in 1606.[2][3] It depicts Jesus en route to his…

The Black Nazarene (Spanish: El Nazareno Negro, Nuestro Padre Jesús Nazareno, Filipino: Poóng Itím na Nazareno, Hesus Nazareno[1]) is a life-sized image of a dark-skinned, kneeling Jesus Christ carrying the Cross enshrined in the Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene in the Quiapo district of the City of Manila, Philippines.[2] The Black Nazarene was carved from a dark wood in the 16th century in Mexico, and then transported to the Philippines in 1606.[2][3] It depicts Jesus en route to his…

He is always beside me. I think this is a great verse (reminder) for the hurting people who are in extremely difficult times! If you know the Lord Jesus as your Savior, He is always there for you! Be encouraged! Especially for our brothers and sisters in the Philippines! HE knows your struggles, each and every one! He will be there through your dark and trying times! He WILL NOT FORSAKE YOU!!!

He is always beside me. I think this is a great verse (reminder) for the hurting people who are in extremely difficult times! If you know the Lord Jesus as your Savior, He is always there for you! Be encouraged! Especially for our brothers and sisters in the Philippines! HE knows your struggles, each and every one! He will be there through your dark and trying times! He WILL NOT FORSAKE YOU!!!

Aswang is a mythical creature in Filipino folklore. The aswang is an inherently evil vampire-like creature and is the subject of a wide variety of myths and stories, the details of which vary greatly.

Aswang is a mythical creature in Filipino folklore. The aswang is an inherently evil vampire-like creature and is the subject of a wide variety of myths and stories, the details of which vary greatly.

The Silsilah Dialogue Movement in the Philippines.  Christianity, particularly Roman Catholic (80.9% of the population, as of year 2000 census), is the most dominant religion in the Philippines, followed by Muslims with 5% of the population. Conflicts between these two biggest religious groups in the Philippines arise in the past decades, until present time, which leads to war and violence.

The Silsilah Dialogue Movement in the Philippines. Christianity, particularly Roman Catholic (80.9% of the population, as of year 2000 census), is the most dominant religion in the Philippines, followed by Muslims with 5% of the population. Conflicts between these two biggest religious groups in the Philippines arise in the past decades, until present time, which leads to war and violence.

Religion in the Philippines is marked by a wide range of spiritual beliefs, including Catholics, Members Church of God International, Iglesia ni Cristo, Aglipayans, Protestants, Muslims, Buddhists, Atheists, Agnostics, animists, and Hindus.

Religion in the Philippines is marked by a wide range of spiritual beliefs, including Catholics, Members Church of God International, Iglesia ni Cristo, Aglipayans, Protestants, Muslims, Buddhists, Atheists, Agnostics, animists, and Hindus.

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