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Romero, John Terrence M.
CHAPTER twenty two: EXILE IN DAPITAN, 1892-96
Dapitan (Mindanao) – place managed by Jesuits exactly where Rizal was exiled
Rizal kept connection with:
1 . His relatives
2 . Guy reformists
a few. Eminent experts and scholars of Europe
Commencing of Exil in Dapitan
Cebu – steamer which will brought Rizal to Dapitan
-- Carried a letter coming from Fr. Pablo Pastells (Superior of the Jesuit Society of the Philippines) to Fr. Antonio Obach which usually states that Rizal can live at the parish convent if he may a. Retract his errors regarding faith
b. Conduct church rites & produce a general confession
c. Carry out himself within an exemplary fashion as a The spanish language subject and man of faith
Captain Ricardo Carnicero – in his home did Rizal stay; having been good to Rizal; this individual gave good reports regarding Rizal and gave him complete independence (proved
by his agreement for Rizal to drive
his saying horse. )
A Wear Ricardo Cruel – composition which Rizal
wrote for Captain Feroz on his
Wins in Manila Lottery
Butuan – mail fishing boat which helped bring the news regarding
Rizal's earning in the lottery
Lottery Solution No . 9736 – second-prize winning
admission jointly owned or operated by Rizal, Capt.
Cruel & Francisco Equilior
(Spaniard from Dipolog)
P20, 000 – lotto prize; P6, 200 than it was given to Rizal; P2, 000 of his share he gave to his father and P200 to Basa, the rest he spent thru purchasing agricultural gets from the coastline of Talisay
Three (3) pesetas – amount Rizal allotted intended for
lottery seats every month
Rizal – Pastells Debate about Religion
The debate started when Pastells sent Rizal a book by Sarda along with an advice that Rizal should desist coming from his majaderas (foolishness) in viewing faith from the point of view of person judgement and self-esteem
The debate may be read in four (4) letters.
Rizal was nasty against the friars because that they commit abuses under the hide of religion.
Father Pastells tried to bring back to Catholicism Rizal by sharing with him that human brains is limited, hence he requirements the direction of Goodness.
Behind the debate, Pastells and Rizal were close friends as evidently pictured the moment: 1 . Pastells gave Rizal a copy of Imitacion de Cristo by Fr. Thomas a Kempis 2 . Rizal gave Pastells a bust of St Paul which will he had made
Rizal continuing to hear mass and enjoy religious situations.
Rizal Problems a Frenchman to a Pendule
Mr. Juan Lardet – a French entrepreneur whom
Rizal had a issue
Lardet purchased logs coming from Rizal's royaume of which many are of low quality. Lardet was disgusted of the business package and stated this within a letter to Antonio Miranda. Miranda showed Rizal the letter which made Rizal angry, eventually challenging Lardet into a regulateur.
Captain Carnicero heard of this and recommended Lardet to apologize intended for he would certainly not win against Rizal as they was professional in fencing and pistol shooting.
Lardet wrote a great apology letter to Rizal which Rizal accepted.
Rizal and Father Sanchez
In his aspiration to reconcile Rizal with the Church, Father Pastells sent to Dapitan: 1 . Dad Obach, Cura of Dapitan
2 . Fr. Jose Vilaclara, Cura of Dipolog
three or more. Fr. Francisco Paula de Sanchez, Rizal's favorite tutor at Ateneo de Manila
Though Sanchez failed to persuade Rizal to discard unusual views, he helped Rizal in decorating the town plaza.
Estudios a respeito de la sinhueso tagala – manuscript which in turn Rizal gave to Sanchez on his birthday
Idyllic Your life in Dapitan
Among his family members whom visited Rizal were:
1 ) His mom
2 . His sisters Trinidad, Maria and Narcisa
a few. Nephews Teodosio, Estanislao, Mauricio and Prudencio
Rizal built a house by the seashore of Talisay between fruit forest, a school intended for boys, and a hospital for his patients.
Rizal's Encounter while using...