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30
December
2014

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Not just a building, but a ‘living Church’

ANGELES CITY—Catholics in Angeles City in Pampanga province on Saturday launched a coffee table book celebrating their church as an edifice and community. Read more: http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/660849/not-just-a-building-but-a-living-church#ixzz3WEzobuA

The book, “Pisamban Maragul: The Living Church of Angeles City,” is dedicated to Pope Francis, who is visiting the Philippines on Jan. 15.

It will be one of the gifts to the Pope so it will be kept in the library of the Vatican, the seat of the Catholic faith, said Pampanga Auxiliary Bishop Pablo Virgilio David.

The Kapampangan phrase “pisamban maragul” means huge church. From a capellan (chapel) made of bamboo, wood and nipa roof that founders Don Angel Pantaleon de Miranda and Doña Rosalia de Jesus built in what was then Barrio Culiat of San Fernando town, the Holy Rosary Parish (HRP) evolved in the last 185 years as a strong, crucifix-shaped Byzantine structure with two bell towers.

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26
December
2014

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02
October
2013

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Emirates Airline sees more Clark-Dubai flights

Dubai-based Emirates Airline is considering increasing its flight frequencies in its new hub in Clark, Pampanga as the Clark International Airport is being developed as a second major gateway to Metro Manila, Central and Northern Luzon.

"We are sure that we will do good in Clark...after many studies in the market," Mohammed H. Mattar, Emirates divisional senior vice president of airport services, said in a media briefing for Emirates Airline at Clark.

More from: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/329130/economy/companies/emirates-airline-sees-more-clark-dubai-flights-with-clark-airport-expansion 

 


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03
August
2010

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Airport operations from NAIA to DMIA

Aquino urged to shift airport operations from NAIA to DMIA

CLARK FREEPORT, Pampanga, Philippines  – Former presidents Ramos and Arroyo did it. Now, Kapampangan and other leaders from Central Luzon anticipate President Aquino to reaffirm it. In a meeting here, the Metro Clark Advisory Council (MCAC), composed of mayors of towns ....

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29
January
2008

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DMIA become top airport in Philippines

Arroyo wants DMIA become top airport amid plan to close NAIA

President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo has ordered the development of the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA) in Clark, Pampanga into the country’s premier airport, amid the plan to shut down the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in Pasay City. 
A Malacañang statement issued on Tuesday said Mrs Arroyo gave the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) and other government agencies “six months to one year" to turn the DMIA into the country’s leading airport. 

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04
February
1902

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Clark Airport was born

In 1902, Clark was established by the Americans and was formerly known as Fort Stotsenburg.

In 1917, the eastern portion of Fort Stotsenburg was converted into an airfield and was renamed Clark Air Field in 1919. In 1947, the first RP-US Military Bases Agreement was signed. This integrated Clark Field and Fort Stotsenburg into the Clark Air Base.

In November 1991, the Clark Air Base was reverted back to...

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