Pedro Calungsod is a Filipino Catholic martyr. Calungsod was to force the Spanish Jesuit missionary, Diego Luis de San Vitores, two people died and both Chamorro and propagating Christianity in the Mariana Islands. Calungsod in March 2000 became the second Filipino to be beatified by the late Pope John Paul II, the first of which is San Lorenzo Ruiz in 1981.
Pedro Calungsod is a Filipino Roman Catholic martyr who was killed while doing missionary work in Guam in 1672.
by Justin Earick 5 years ago
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by Cortney McCarty 5 years ago
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by Thesource 6 years ago
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