Jose “Ding” A. Fernandez
Author: “Lakbay-Pananampalataya – Parokya ni San Juan Bautista – Taytay”.
Blog site/s: “Taytay ni Juan”, “Lakbay Taytay”, and “Kislap-Pintig”
Creator-Publisher: “lolaana88” YouTube Channel
e-Publisher-Editor: “Espiritu at Buhay” newsletter
e-Publisher-Editor: ARISE Bulletin
ProLife couple-coordinator, St. John the Baptist Parish (SJBP)
A leader: Basic Ecclesial Communities @ St. John the Baptist Parish (SJBP), Taytay
Human rights advocate Artist for BALAY Rehabilitation Center, Inc.
Past: Art Director: Proprint, Philippine Agenda, Philippine News and Features (PNF);
Lecturer: Center for Advocacy Communication Services (CACS)
Chair: Ad hoc Committee, Alliance of Rizaleños for Integrity and Social Enlightenment (ARISE!)
Taytay traces its faith journey from the Spanish era. The book is more than just a record of the past. It narrates the evangelizing mission of the Church.
Our historic past is “kept secret” and “unknown” for centuries. It is hardly revealed in standard history textbooks nor taught in schools. Sadly, the town and people are denied of rich heritage, history, and identity, as Christians, Filipinos, and Taytayeños.
Franciscan missionary Juan de Plasencia is yet to be formally recognized as the founder of Taytay in 1579.
The reduccion or township IT IS important to become acquainted and familiar with the system reduccion a pueblo employed by the Spaniards in forming the early towns—among which was Taytay (Rizal)—as key to understanding the early stage of historical events and developments. (Ang
Prusisyong nagdala sa imahen mula sa dalampasigan ng Manila Bay patungong Katedral, 1662. NILILOK ang imahen ng Birhen ng Antipolo sa Acapulco, Mexico at naglakbay sa Filipinas na dala ni Gobernador-Heneral Juan Niño de Tabora noong 1626. Itinalaga itong patrona
PAG-AALAY ng mga bulaklak para sa Mahal na Ina tuwing buwan ng Mayo. Alay-lakad tuwing gabing Visita Iglesia kapag Huwebes Santo. Way of Mary (20-Rosary Mysteries) tuwing Oktubre mula sa EDSA Shrine hanggang Antipolo Cathedral. Taun-taon ay kabilang ang mga Taytayeño sa