Culaba Town - Culaba Municipality - Biliran Province - The Philippines
Culaba Patron Saint ST. ISIDORE THE FARMER 1070-1130 Isidore was born to very poor yet very pious Catholic parents in Madrid, Spain. His parents were unable to support him when he was a youth and sent him to work for a wealthy landowner, John de Vergas (He ended up working for him for the rest of his life). He married a very religious woman named Maria Torribia (also known as Maria de la Cabeza). She, like Isidore became a saint. They had one son who died unexpectedly as a child. Their grief inclined them to believe their son's death to be a sign from God and consequently vowed to live a life of perfect continence. Isidore frequented Holy Mass every morning but often reported to work late. Late, though he was, his plowing was nevertheless accomplished by angels that resulted in three times more productivity. His coworkers and his boss witnessed such miraculous events and accorded Isidore with great respect. St. Isidore loved the poor and loved the animals. The miracle of the multiplication of food occurred when Isidore fed a flock of starving birds and on another time when Isidore shared his food with a large group of beggars. Isidore died on May 15, 1120 at 60 years of age and was canonized in 1622 along with four very notable Spanish saints. The group, known as "the five saints", included St. Ignatius of Loyola, St. Teresa of Avila, St. Francis Xavier, St. Phillip Neri, and St. Isidore. His body has been found incorrupt. His memorial is celebrated on May 15th on the Roman Calendar. St. Isidore is known as the patron of Madrid, Spain as well as Leon, Saragosa, and Seville. He is also considered the patron of farmers, peasants, day laborers, and rural communities. Lastly, he is the patron of the United States National Rural Life Conference.
A colourful street in Culaba ready for the Fiesta in May.
Culaba Fiesta - May 2012
Biliran Island Province near Leyte in the Philippines with Beach Resorts and Hotels in Naval, Almeria, Kawayan, Maripipi, Culaba, Caibiran and Cabucgayan.
question: hello..unsa na brgy ang dante optical nasakop?..thanks..
davy b: it looks really lovely
Cañete clan: Sino po sa inyo ang nakakakilala sa mga cañete?
Active pa po ba itong church?: Hey anyone can answer me?
Actuve pa po ba itong church?: Active pa po ba itong church na ito nagyon?
Henkypank: Hi Arethere any families named Boromeo still in Caibiran?
BIGBOY MANILA: WHAT TIME IS THE VERY LAST TRIP OF VAN ORMOC TO NAVAL
pisay student: danielsilk, how accessible ba ang mt, suiro? may research mi about butterflies diha. how long was the hike and naa ba mga butterflies sa mountain? thanks
DanielSilk: I think Canaan Hill Farms in Caibiran has Norfolk Pines for sale.
JUANCARLOS: MAGANDANG UMAGA PO. AKO SI JuanCarlos and I wanted to ask where in the Philippines can I buy Norfolk Pine?. ako ay taga Bislig City Surigao del Sur sa Mindanao. It is my dream to plant as many Norfolk Pines sa maliit na lupain sa amin po sa bundok.thank
Kuya: Kumusta na nga taga Biliran, any good news ba dyan?🙋
bel: bayabas na tanim po ang interested ako.
bel: nag bebenta po kayo ng baqyabas? anong variety po nito at magkano?
zaldy: taga legazpi albay po ako.yung mapapangasawa ko taga esperanza cabucgayan.never pa ako nakartaing dito pero sa mga nakitang kong pictures parang excited na ako
zaldy: zaldy: taga legazpi city albay po ako pero yung mapapangasawa ko taga esperanza cabucgayan.dito na raw kami titira.never pa ako nakarating dito pero sa mga nakita kong pictures excited na ako makarating dito
zaidy: hai po ,, ask lng po ako kng magkano ung fair papuntang biliran ????