►This painting of Blessed Justo Takayama de Manila was made by John Andrew Sustaita, owner of Real Catholic Art in Manila. Note that the venerated Martyr wears a halo, but not the ‘Palm of Martyrdom.’
This poster/painting of Blessed Takayama de Manila was created by a team of U.S.T. Seminarians led by Elson Santos, who exhibited it during the Fourth Philippine Conference on New Evangelization (PCNE-4) on July 24-28, 2017 at the U.S.T. Campus.
Altar Statue of Blessed Takayama, carved by the celebrated Paete artist, Paloy Cagayat, was installed on Dec. 21, 2017 at the Paco Catholic Church (est. 1580), Manila — showing Ukon with ‘Palm of Martyrdom’ and metal halo. The Paco Catholic Church is in the pastoral care of Msgr. Rolly Ramos Dela Cruz, parish priest, and Fr. Carlo Del Rosario, parochial vicar.#
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Dr. Ernie A. de Pedro