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Ng Masira Ang Bubong at Bahay ni Mang Juan - When the Roof & House of Old John Was Destroyed. "Ng Masira Ang Bubong at Bahay ni Mang Juan" - "When the Roof & House of Old John Was Destroyed" * …More
Ng Masira Ang Bubong at Bahay ni Mang Juan - When the Roof & House of Old John Was Destroyed.

"Ng Masira Ang Bubong at Bahay ni Mang Juan" - "When the Roof & House of Old John Was Destroyed" * Build a home for the poor Project
*Tears From Heaven":- MiniSeries In Parts
The Plight of the Poor
"Entitled: Bayan ni Juan - Town/City-Country of John"
"Who is Juan?" "Juan" tranlated into the Native
Philippine Language is "John" {Juan Masipag-John the Industrious}
John was the Philippine made version of John.
In the Biblical sense John was a wonderful name, in
the house of Zachary the wife of Elisabeth who was soon
to become the mother of Saint John the Baptist.
John also known as John the Beloved. For the Carmelite and
other order of Saints, the name "John" represents
Saint John of the Cross writer of Dark Night of the Soul and
Ascent to Mount Carmel. For those interested, the
story of Saint John of the Cross is one of the masterpiece
of all time specially those who wish to enter into
the comtemplative life especially in the cloister of Carmel.
Next to the Imitation of Christ by T. Kempis, Revelations …