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Lorenzo Ruiz is the first Filipino saint. He is also the first Filipino martyred for the Christian Faith. Lorenzo Ruiz was a layman, married, and had two sons and a daughter. Born in Binondo, Manila, about 1600's, he was educated in the school of the Dominicans there. He served as an altar boy and later was a helper and clerk-sacristan in the church of Binondo. He was a member of the Confraternity of the Rosary. He made his living probably as a ... Continue Reading

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  1. Angelica
    5 years ago

    Thank you so much this really helped me out on my school project.
    Thank you

  2. shanti
    5 years ago

    thanks you helped me so much with my project

  3. JAVA
    5 years ago

    I LOVE THESE SAINT

  4. Noah
    5 years ago

    thank a lot you helped my school project :D by the way im in school when i commented this :D

  5. angel
    5 years ago

    thank you so much....very helpful to my project

  6. maeden escaner
    5 years ago

    THE PRAYERS ARE VERY HELPFUL FOR THOSE PEOPLE WHO LOSSES THEIR FAITH...

  7. charles daniel
    5 years ago

    thank you so much...very helpful to my son assignment.

  8. charles daniel
    5 years ago

    thank you so much...very helpful to my son assignment.

  9. aloha abejo
    5 years ago

    thank you for posting or letting us see the pictures of the saints . . . thank u very much.

  10. Vel
    6 years ago

    Thanks for posting the history of all saints, God Bless.

  11. prince judiel sorronda
    6 years ago

    thank you for all saint
    thank you for the blessings
    ....

  12. delora
    6 years ago

    thanks for posting the history of all saints god bless.

  13. delora
    6 years ago

    thanks for posting the history of all saints god bless.

  14. jellmarck s. henando
    6 years ago

    thank you for posting all saints in this online may you have more blessing! i am in NCS my school

  15. jellmarck s. henando
    6 years ago

    thank you for posting all saints!

  16. lorenzo peire
    6 years ago

    God bless the first fillopino saint.

  17. boie
    6 years ago

    I'm a Catholic Filipino, thanks for posting and reflecting the history of all saints. got no hard ups in researching. .GOD BLESS. .

  18. Ashley
    6 years ago

    God Bless him

  19. leilani cunanan
    6 years ago

    thanks for the information, im a catholic and a filipino, reflecting on the good life of saints, that on this days that all of us needs to copy to life of saints to love god and walk in the light through the prayers of mary and the help and assistance of angels of heaven.


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