References

The list below are the references that were used in the articles. These are also available in the author’s library either as original copies, photocopies or PDF scans.

Books

ALARCON, Norma. Philippine Architecture During the Pre-Spanish and Spanish Periods, Revised Edition. Manila: University of Santo Tomas Publishing House, 1998.

BERSALES, J. Eleazar R. Pagsulay: Churches of Bohol Before and After the 2013 Earthquake. Cebu City: USC Press, 2014.

BEST, Jonathan. A Philippine Album: American Era Photographs 1900-1930. Makati City: Bookmark, 1998.

CATHEDRAL MUSEUM OF CEBU. Balaanong Bahandi: Sacred Treasures of the Archdiocese of Cebu. Cebu City: Mac Mayer Printers, 2009.

COSETENG, Alicia M. L. Spanish Churches in the Philippines. Quezon City, 1972.

CUESTA, Angel Martinez, OAR. Faithnotes Series Vol. 1 No. 1: The Augustinian Recollects: Arrival in the Philippines and Spread of Missionary Activities. Quezon City: Recoletos Communications, Inc., 2006.

FENNER, Bruce L. Cebu Under the Spanish Flag (1521-1896): An Economic and Social History. Cebu: San Carlos Publications, 1985.

GALENDE, Pedro G., O.S.A. Angels in Stone: Architecture of the Augustinian Churches in the Philippines. Manila: G.A. Formoso Publishing, 1987.

GALENDE, Pedro G., O.S.A. Angels in Stone: Augustinian Churches in the Philippines 2nd Edition. Manila: San Agustin Museum, 1996.

GALENDE, Pedro G., O.S.A. Philippine Church Facades. Manila: San Agustin Museum, 2007.

GALENDE, Pedro G., O.S.A. & Regalado Trota Jose. San Agustin Art & History 1571-2000. Hongkong: Solutions, 2000.

GALENDE, Pedro G., O.S.A. & Rene B. JAVELLANA, S.J. Great Churches of the Philippines. Makati City: Bookmark, Inc., 1996.

HORNEDO, Florentino H. On the Trail of Dominican Engineers, Artists & Saints in the Cagayan Valley and Batanes. Manila: University of Santo Tomas Publishing House, 2002.

JAVELLANA, Rene B., S.J. Fortess of Empire: Spanish Colonial Fortifications of the Philippines, 1565 – 1898. Makati City: Bookmark, Inc., 1997.

JAVELLANA, Rene B., S.> Wood and Stone for God’s Greater Glory: Jesuit Art & Architecture in the Philippines. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press., 1991.

JOSE, Rigalado T. Simbahan: Church Art in Colonial Philippines 1565 – 1898. Makati City: Ayala Foundation, Inc., 1992.

JOSE, Ricardo T. Visita Iglesia Bohol: A Guide to Historic Churches. Manila: National Commission for Culture and the Arts, 2001.

KLASSEN, Winand. Architecture in the Philippines: Filipino Building in a Cross-Cultural Context. Cebu City: University of San Carlos, 1986.

LAYA, Jaime & Esperanza Bunag GATBONTON. Intramuros of Memory. Manila: Intramuros Administration, 1983.

MOJARES, Resil B. Casa Gorordo in Cebu: Urban Residence in a Philippine Province 1860-1920. Cebu City: Casa Gorordo Museum Publication, 1983.

URTOLA, Pedro V., S.T.D. A Decade of Grace Upon Grace: The Diocese of Gumaca, 1985-1995, A Documentary. Gumaca, Quezon: The Diocese of Gumaca, 1995.

VILLALON, Augusto F. Lugar: Essays on Philippine Heritage and Architecture. Makati City: Bookmark, Inc., 2001.

Warren, James Francis. The Sulu Zone 1768-1898 THe Dynamics of External Trade, Slavery, and Ethnicity in the Transformation of a Southeast Asian Maritime State. Quezon City: New Day Publishers, 1985.

Warren, James Francis. Iranun and Balangingi: Globalization, Maritime Raiding and the Birth of Ethnicity. Quezon City: New Day Publishers, 2002.

Articles

ALCOSEBA, Cesar J. Msgr. Unang Usa Ka Gatus Ka Tuig Sa Simbahan Sa Carcar 1876-1976. Carcar Church Centennial Celeberation Souvenir Program. 1976.

ALLEGO, Vicente. Ang Kasaysayan sa Lungsod ug Parokya sa Oslob. Taken from a fiesta souvenir program based on the memorare of the author. Courtesy of the Oslob Parish Office.

ARCILLA, Jose S., S.J. The Jesuit Letters and Mindanao. Philippine Studies 37 (1989): 357-66.

ARCILLA, Jose S., S.J. The Return of the Jesuits to Mindanao. Philippines Studies 26 (1978): 16-34.

BATOCTOY, Constantino R. Msgr., H.P. Ang Makasaysayanon ug Bayanihong Pag-alagad ni Padre Julian Bermejo. Taken from a fiesta souvenir program based on the memorare of the author. Courtesy of the Oslob Parish Office.

DELA COSTA, H. The Jesuits in the Philippines 181-1959. Philippine Studies Vol. 7 No. 1 (1959): 68-97.

GALENDE, Pedro G., O.S.A. San Agustin: From Monastery to Museum. Endangered Fil-Hispanic Architecture: Papers from the First International Congress on Fil-Hispanic Architecture. Manila: Instituto Cervantes, 2005: 178 – 191.

HARPER, Bambi. Recoletos: forged in Blood and Fire. The Recoletos Observer Vol. 7 No. 2 (April-June 2006): 16-20.

JAVELLANA, Rene B., S.J. Fortress and Faith: Military Dimension of Spreading the Faith, 1571 – 1898. Pintacasi: A Journal of the Cultural Heritage of the Church in the Philippines Vol. 2 (2006): 25-31.

JAVELLANA, Rene B., S.J. Guarding the Western Frontier: Spanish Colonial Fortifications as a Cultural Route. Endangered Fil-Hispanic Architecture: Papers from the First International Congress on Fil-Hispanic Architecture. Manila: Instituto Cervantes, 2005: 66 – 81.

JAVELLANA, Rne B., S.J. The Jesuit House of 1730. Philippine Studies 35 (1987): 210-21.

JOSE, Regalado T. Tililing at Bagting: Introductory Notes to the Study of Church Bells in the Philippines. Pintacasi: A Journal of the Cultural Heritage of the Church in the Philippines Vol. 2 (2006): 32-38.

POSTMA, Antoon. Calavite: The Life and Death of a Mindoro Parish. Philippine Quarterly of Culture and Society Vol. 25 (1997): 156 – 180.

ROSAL-SUMAGAYSAY, Marie Joy. Cemetery Art in the Context of the Cultural Heritage of our Church. Pintacasi: A Journal of the Cultural Heritage of the Church in the Philippines Vol. 1 (2005): 89 – 101.

ROSAL-SUMAGAYSAY, Marie Joy. The Stone Cemeteries of Iloilo. Endangered Fil-Hispanic Architecture: Papers from the First International Congress on Fil-Hispanic Architecture. Manila: Instituto Cervantes, 2005: 205 – 217.

SANTIAGO, Luciano P. R. The Filipino Clergy and the Secularization Decree of 1813. Philippine Studies 36 (1988): 54-67.

SANTIAGO, Luciano P. R. When a Town has to Move: How Pila (Laguna) Transferred to its Present Site (1794 – 1811). Philippine Quarterly of Culture and Society Vol. 11 (1983): 93 – 106.

SCHREURS, Peter MSC. The Troubles They Have Seen: Caraga and the Recoletos in the 19th Century. Philippine Quarterly of Culture and Society 15 (1987): 199-217.

Paper

PETERSON, John A, et al. Visayas Settlement by the River: Archaeological Investigations at the late 16th and 17th Century Site of Salug in Sitio Valladolid, Carcar, Cebu. The Salug Archaeology Project report to the NCCA, 2004: 1 – 9.

Online material

CATMONANON SAB KO. The Church. Originally posted at Catmonanon Sab Ko. Accessed 19 November 2015.

GALLO, Nilda. Fire destroys Oslob church. Originally posted at inquirer.net, 11:57:00 03/27/2008.

Muog. Accessed June 2016.

OFM Archives – Philippines. Accessed 1 February 2010.

PARCO, Bernadette. Only venerated relief in Cebu. Originally posted at inquirer.net, March 28, 2008.

PARCO, Bernadette. Third fire in 66 years. Originally posted at inquirer.net, March 27, 2008.

Archival material

PARIAN CHURCH PHOTO. Cebuano Studies Center, University of San Carlos, Cebu City.

SAN AGUSTIN CHURCH BEFORE & AFTER 1863 EARTHQUAKE. San Agustin Museum, Intramuros, Manila.

OSLOB RETABLO MAYOR. San Agustin Museum, Intramuros, Manila.

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