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Homily delivered by Archbishop Socrates B Villegas

Cathedral of Saint John the Evangelist Dagupan City on September 21, 2017 at 12noon

Today is the feast of Saint Matthew one of the writers of the Gospel. He found Jesus. He followed Jesus. He wrote about Jesus. He died like Jesus offering the Mass and stabbed to death from behind his back.

The color of Saint Matthew’s day is red. Red is for blood. Red is for faithfulness. Red is for courage.

Forty five years ago, the red of Saint Matthew’s day was replaced by black, the black of darkness, the black of uncertainty, the black of death, the black of warrantless arrests, the black of solitary confinement, the black of bleak future, the black of lost freedoms. Many died in the dark of midnight with no hope of seeing the dawn.

Araw ng Kahihiyan

When we were children forty five years ago, we were compelled to call this day Araw ng Pasasalamat. The vision forty five years ago was a new society bagong lipunan where discipline was observed but opposition was silenced. The streets were clean but dead bodies were mixed with garbage in the dumping sites. There were admirable cultural buildings and long bridges across wide rivers but the wheels of justice had stopped turning and money was the right of a lucky few. Our elders spoke in whispers for fear someone was spying. We had elections but we knew the results even before the ballots were cast. Television and radio were censored and newspapers were controlled.

Martial law destroyed our national values and ruined our integrity. Martial law was sustained by a culture of lies. Martial law stayed afloat by murders in the dark of night and in the light of day.

Martial was murders and lies. Martial law was hidden wealth and fake medals. Martial law was the egoism and insanity of the dictator.

Araw ng Kadakilaan

But those years of murders and falsehood also brought about the best in so many. It made so many our elders martyrs for freedom and heroes of democracy. When darkness set in, many of our leaders chose to light a candle rather to curse the darkness. Our heroes and martyrs of martial law fought darkness with light and fought evil with the power of good.

They refused to bow down to the authoritarian rule and made the grounds where they stood holy by their courage and conviction. The martial law years made us see the weeds from the wheat, the opportunists from the real patriots, the true Filipinos from the fake ones.

May mga bayaning kinilala ng bayan at tinatanawan ng utang na loob. May mga bayaning nakiangkas lang sa bandang huli. May balimbing na sisipsip kahit kanino mayroon din namang nanindigan sa prinsipyo kahit kailan.

For the martyrs and heroes of martial law, we offer our thanksgiving to the Lord. We are standing on their shoulders, they who died in the darkness without seeing the sunrise. Sa mga balimbing hanggang ngayon, walang kupas at walang kahihiyan, maawa kayo sa bayan!

Araw ng Pagbabantay

We have only martial law in Mindanao but the murders are all over more than 13,000 now since last year. Killing the poor and the poorest is the only solution they know to stop crime. Fake news abound and liars succeed to mislead and confuse. Decency has given way to cuss words. The respectful and the polite are ridiculed and the rude and ill-mannered are the new saints. Human rights and the indigenous peoples are worth one thousand pesos.

We must stand up for the real Filipino. Marangal tayo. Magalang tayo. Makabuhay tayo. Matapat tayo. Matapang tayo. We are losing our national soul to the Father of Lies and Prince of Darkness. They are killing the poor and poisoning our consciences. We must return to the Lord and regain our national soul.

We pray to stay free. We ring bells every night. We light candles. We help the orphans of the killings. But we must do more!

We have a right as people to demand change. We voted for change and we want to see it. Keep on demanding for it. Do not relent. Do not tolerate excuses and jokes. Demand for the change promised. Bayan gumising!

The change we need is for the better not the change from life to death. We need a change from darkness into light not the change of darkness into deeper darkness. Bayan gumising!

Wrong is wrong and right is right. When they confuse one for the other, stand up and correct the wrong with courage but with love. Stand up. To keep quiet in the face of evil is a sin. Bayan gumising!

Let the September 21 forty five years ago be the last Araw ng Kahihiyan. Never again!

Let everyday be Araw ng Kadakilaan. Bawat Pilipino bayani!

Let every moment be Araw ng Pagbabantay. Huwag na tayong papayag na mawalang muli ang ating kalayaan.

Panginoon maawa po kayo sa Pilipinas hirap na hirap na po kami. Palayain po ninyo kami sa aming sariling pang lilinlang at kabaliwan!

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8 Places You Have To See When You Visit Lingayen In Pangasinan

8 Places You Have To See When You Visit Lingayen In Pangasinan

Pangasinan, the chief producer of salt in the Philippines, has one of the most captivating municipalities in the country: Lingayen.

Going around the capital town of Pangasinan can take around a day or two, depending on your pace. But if you would like to grasp more of its history, sites, and beauty, a week should be enough.

It’s a travel-worthy destination that lets you retrace our former presidents’ roots, learn the value of history and its heroes, enjoy the grey sands of a nearby beach, and more. Going on a capitol tour and visiting these eight spots is a definite must-try when visiting Lingayen.

1. Aguedo Agbayani Park

It was already dark when my friends and I decided to explore the nearby sites of Lingayen. We were staying at The President Hotel at the time, so we were near the capitol. It might have been nightfall already. But that didn’t stop us from going out, as our surroundings exuded such a peaceful and safe vibe.

Aguedo Agbayani Park, Lingayen, Pangasinan

After walking for five minutes, we finally arrived at the Aguedo Agbayani Park, a recreational area that was named after Governor Aguedo Agbayani. It was a long pathway fenced in by tall trees and lampposts, making it an ideal place to stroll and hang out.

2. Provincial Capitol Building

Located right across the Aguedo Agbayani Park is Lingayen’s Provincial Capitol Building.

Provincial Capitol Building, Lingayen, Pangasinan

You won’t need a tour guide to explore this part of town, as most of the sites are just walking distances from one another. Be enamored by this structure’s exquisite architecture, especially at nightfall, as its silhouettes and colors become more magnified by the lights that illuminate it.

Built in 1918 and rebuilt in 1945 (it was destroyed during World War II), the ‘kapitolyo’ also displays a few galleries that showcases historical materials. You should definitely climb up its grand staircase, all the way to the rooftop, to see a panoramic view of the municipality.

3. Veterans’ Memorial Park

Just a short walk from the Provincial Capitol Building is the Veterans’ Memorial Park. It was built in 1995 to help commemorate Lingayen Gulf Landing’s 50th anniversary (at the time of my visit in 2014).

Veterans’ Memorial Park, Lingayen, Pangasinan

The small, circular, open space made a huge impact on me, as its little gallery showcased an attention-grabbing display of war relics, such as actual airplanes and tanks.

4. Capitol Beachfront and Baywalk

Although it was already late in the evening, we still managed to drop by the capitol beachfront and baywalk right after dinner.

The beach, which was just a short distance from the Veterans’ Memorial Park, had fine and grey sands. The breeze was cool, and the beachfront was surprisingly free of trash. Of course, the beach looked way better during daytime, given the clear waters and subtle waves.

5. The Epiphany of our Lord Parish

If you love visiting Philippine Churches, and making wishes and sending prayers, then you will love the façade, altar and devotional paintings of the Epiphany of our Lord Parish (previously known as the Three Kings Parish).

The Epiphany of Our Lord Parish, Lingayen, Pangasinan

This particular Lingayen church was built sometime in 1710. It was one of the few churches in Pangasinan where Catholicism was first introduced. If you’re a soon-to-be bride, and you’re considering doing a destination wedding, you might want to think about holding the ceremony in this place of worship, as it has a very long aisle (perfect for that dramatic walk).

6. Sison Auditorium

Our couple friend, who we had the chance of seeing get wed at the Epiphany of our Lord Parish, held their reception at the Sison Auditorium. The ballroom was built around 1926-1927, during the tenure of Pangasinan’s 8th Governor, Teofilo Sison.

If there is one thing consistent about Lingayen, it is their beautiful architecture. Just imagine a hall that is majestic in size, surrounded with pillars, along with a high ceiling that is ornamented with an elegant chandelier. It was definitely a classy place to continue wedding celebrations in.

7. Bagoong Factory

It’s a must to bring home a piece of Lingayen. That’s why you should try and buy some freshly-made local products such as bagoong (salted-fish), agamang (salted-shrimp), and asin (salt).

Bagoong Factory, Lingayen, Pangasinan

One of the many well-known stores that carry these goods is D.S. Bagoong Products by Maniboc. You can just take a tricycle and instruct the driver to bring you to Barangay Maniboc.

8. Fidel V. Ramos House

The last but not the least in your must-sees in Lingayen is the Fidel V. Ramos House. Located at Primicias Street, the house of the former Philippine president is also a short walk from the President’s Hotel.

Fidel V. Ramos House, Lingayen, Pangasinan

One can check the interior of the residence by getting in touch with Mrs. Illuminada Vilda (the caretaker of the abode) through the Provincial Capitol Building. She will be able to give you a private tour inside the house, as well as share with you several mementos and stories about the Ramos Family, including FVR’s childhood and recognitions as an adult.

How To Get There

One of the fastest ways to reach Lingayen (and several other northern routes) is via Victory Liner. Their Lingayen-Dagupan bound buses ply daily from their Pasay and/or Cubao terminals.

A trip from Manila to Lingayen can take around 5 to 6 hours, depending on how heavy the traffic will be.

Where To Stay

If you would like to stay near the mentioned sites, you can book your stay at The President Hotel. Not only is it an affordable lodging, it is also an 8-minute walk to the beach.

The President Hotel

+63 75 206 0886 / +63 75 542 3056 / +63 919 872 6846

About Author

Mai writes from Manila, Philippines. She’s a Filipino, budget-conscious wanderluster, who notes expense breakdowns and writes various trip itineraries for family and friends. She shares her adventures and misadventures through her blog as a means to document her dreams of seeing the world, one step at a time.

Hello, Ms. Mai! I’m a CommArts student from Urdaneta, Pangasinan and we’re currently conducting a travel magazine show. My team and I would like to feature Lingayen, esp the Ramos House in our show and have an interview to the caretaker of the house , however, we do not know how to reach her out. Do you happen to know how or where can we get her contact details? This would be a very big help to us. Thank you very much and God bless!

Hi, Julie! You can request for Mrs. Illuminada Vilda, who was the caretaker when we visited in 2014. She didn’t provide a number where she can be reached. But you can experience the same private tour by contacting the Provincial Capitol Building of Lingayen. Good luck!

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