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Two church bells taken from a church in Meycauayan Bulacan Philippines 110 years ago during the Philippine-American War were returned to Filipino hands as representatives from the Sisters of Mercy order gave them to the Philippine Consulate in Chicago. According … Continue reading
Have you ever heard of the Philippine–American War? Did you know that during this struggle, an estimated number of 34,000 – 1,000,000 Filipino men, women, and children were killed as a result? It is not surprising for those who haven’t … Continue reading