400 Years: Parish of Our Lady of Remedies Malate, Manila

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General Information
ID No.: 

LIT025

Subject Covered: 

Malate Church, History of Malate, Muslim and Baroque Architecture

Areas Covered: 

Parish of Our Lady of Remedies, Malate Catholic School, Malate, Manila, Philippines

Period Covered: 

1588 to 1988

Medium: 
Others
Bibliographic Details
Author: 

n/a

Year Published: 
2002
Book Title: 

400 Years: Parish of Our Lady of Remedies Malate, Manila

Publisher: 

Quezon City/ Phoenix Pub. House

Page Total: 
108
Illustration Total: 

2 maps 1 colored photograph 93 black-and-white photographs

Availability
Library Reference: 
Evaluation
Comments: 

To celebrate the 400th year of the Parish of Our Lady of Remedies in Malate, Manila, the congregation came out with a program. This includes messages of congratulations from various personalities such as former President Corazon Aquino. It also includes a description and the history of the Malate Church and the Malate Catholic School.

Summary
Summary: 

A brief history, which encompasses the Spanish, American, and Japanese periods in Malate can be found in the first sections of the program. This is followed by a description of the Malate Church and its most interesting and unique architectural design which is a perfect blend of Muslim and baroque architecture. Several pictures of the church are shown throughout the program. Following sections highlight the parish’s programs for its flock – feeding programs, healthcare programs, and educational assistance.