Friday, March 30, 2007

Apollo C. Quiboloy

Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy is the founder and leader of "The Kingdom of Jesus Christ, The Name Above Every Name", a Philippine based Christian sect. He owns and runs the ACQ Kingdom Broadcasting Network,a Davao City-based religious broadcast nework. Quiboloy has Kingdom Locale Congregations all over the Philippines and around the world. He airs his message on his radio and TV station, managed by his own sect,

1 Controversy
1.1 Questionable Prophecies
2 External links
2.1 Critical

Pastor Apollo claims on his programs that he is the appointed Son of God just like Jesus and that
Davao City is the New Jerusalem. Others dispute these claims. He claims that he is the way the truth and the life (John 14:6).

Questionable Prophecies
March 2005, Quiboloy mentioned the name of controversial pastor Eli Soriano of Ang Dating Daan who contanstly criticizes his doctrines, as already being "marked" for hell, and declared that he will be stricken with an incurable disease in the months ahead. He gave members of Ang Dating Daan six months from the time of his pronouncement to leave the ministry or suffer the same circumstances as their leader. This prophecy never happened.

External links
Official Website

Of appointed sons and the second coming
Blog Exposé of Quiboloy

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Constantino T. Quiboloy

Constantino T. Quiboloy. Born in October 1912 in Lubao, Pampanga, he was a teacher who became a High School principal and then a distrct school supervisor in Mabalacat. Unlike his brother Delfin who carved a niche in Pampangan writing, his penchant for writing is in English. Among the short stories he got published in the Sunday Times Magazine were: "The Clock" (included in the index of Distinguished Stories for 1948 anthologized by Jose Garcia Villa), "Carabao Meat" (1952), and "Dark Night" (1949). Among the ones published in Kislap Graphic are "She's Coming Back"(1945), "The Sowing" (1959), "The President and I" (1964), and "The Invisible Hand" (1962). His other works appeared in Focus, Sentinel magazine and the Sunday Tribune (by Ernie Turla).

Delfin T. Quiboloy

Delfin Turla QuiboloyPoet Laureate
I was in disbelief when I heard from fellow Kapampangans that one of the best writers in Kapampangan poetry and literature died on April 25, 1999. I was sad and I refused to believe that Mr. Delfin Quiboloy joined his Creator because a few months before that, he started tutoring me in the art of writing Kapampangan poetry as well as reciting poems for beauty queens and princesses. His enthusiastic teachings were cut short by his death but his ardent desire to propagate the Kapampangan language and culture will be always in the minds of many of us who will carry on the task of making his wishes come to reality. Delfin was born to Dionisio Quiboloy and Anastasia Turla on July 23, 1911 in Santa Catalina, Lubao, Pampanga, Philippines where one of the oldest Catholic churches in the Philippines was initially built. He attended public schools in his hometown during the same decade when famous Lubenians like President Diosdado P. Macapagal and Senator Rogelio de la Rosa were also pursuing their elementary school education.Delfin started his teaching career after he earned his Elementary Teacher Certificate and Bachelor of Science degree in Education from National University in Manila, Philippines. He married the former Africa V. Paule on January 10, 1935 and their happy marriage produced a dozen children who all grew up to become successful professionals and respectable citizens.After many years of service in the teaching profession as a school principal, Delfin and his wife migrated to the USA to join most of their children who made the "land of opportunity" as a second home.At the time of Delfin's death, he was survived by eleven of his and Africa's twelve children namely, Celia Q. Flores, Liberty Q. Singian, Estrella Q. Bognot, Dante Quiboloy, Alice Q. Singian, Daisy Q. Bautista, Delfin Quiboloy, Jr., Nestor Quiboloy, Agnes Q. Japlit, Florante Quiboloy and Manuel Luis Quiboloy. His wife, Africa Paule Quiboloy died on March 7, 1986 and his second eldest daughter, Amelia Q. Cruz passed away on August 2, 1998.Despite of a busy schedule as the breadwinner of the family and patriarch of the Quiboloy clan, Delfin was a prolific husband and a very productive poet laureate, playwright, educator and a leader among his peers. His literary achievements included several awards, medals and trophies. His crowning glory was on March 1, 1969 when he was honored by the president of United Poet Laureates International, Dr. Amado Yuzon in recognition of Delfin's contribution to World Poetry in general and Kapampangan Poetry in particular. His "Indung Kapampangan" (Mother Pampanga) won the 1st Prize in the Pampango Writing Contest on February 13, 1981 in connection with the celebration of Pampanga Day sponsored by the Province of Pampanga under the leadership of Governor and Solicitor General Estelito Mendoza.Delfin was one of the founding members of Aguman Ding Talasulat Kapampangan in 1964 and he was elected as the organization's president in June 1977. Through the assistance of the late Senate President Gil J. Puyat, he launched the annual Don Gonzalo Puyat Memorial Awards for Pampango Literature in 1978. Delfin wrote more than two hundred poems, novels, and dramas. A few of the zarzuelas he wrote are "Ing Tagumpe ning Katutwan" (The Triumph of Truth); "Ganid" (A Cruel Person); "Sinta't Balen" (Love and Country); "Aus Ning Laman" (Call of the Flesh); "Angga Banwa" ('Till Eternity) and "Malagung Ubingan" (Beautiful Traitor). Together with another poet laureate, Jose M. Gallardo, Delfin published a masterpiece called "Kuriro at Kawatasan" in the early eighties."Kawatasan nang Delfin T. Quiboloy", a compilation of some of Delfin's favorite poems, includes "Iyas King Balas"; "Indung Kapampangan"; "Pamibule-bule"; "Ibpa: King Penganak"; "Penganak: King Ibpa"; "Ketang Milabas"; "Poeta, Nanu Ka?"; "Dalit Babo Ning Damulag"; "Bisa Kung Dalit Pa"; "Katandanan"; "Katapatan; Musika, Kayupaya Mo.!"; "Ing Lugud Ku, Ngamo.?"; "Pamana;" "Tagulele Ning Ulila"; "Nanu Ya Ing Sinta?"; "Ing Diwa Ku Manyabi Ya."; "Salamin Ning Napun"; "Ibpa Ko.!"; "Maki-lulu Ka King Aldo.!"; "Tatanam Na Naman.!"; "Sangkan"; and "Ing Poeta".(Andro S. Camiling - 03/19/01)

Alejandro T. Quiboloy

Alejandro Turla Quiboloy (May 3, 1909 - January 10, 1990), Kapampangan educator, public servant, veteran, and protestant minsiter.

The life of the late Alejandro T. Quiboloy is a brief but faithful sketch of his biography. Coming from a life more abject than that of common men, Quiboloy rose from the ranks and may well serve as a source of inspiration and emulation to many a youth.

1 Early Life
2 Personal life
3 Education
4 Teaching Career
5 Public Servant
6 His Ministry
7 External Link
8 Sources

Early Life
Quiboloy was born in
Lubao, Pampanga on May 3, 1909 to Dioniso and Anastacia Quiboloy. His parents were married in a simple and quiet wedding in the town of their birth. Out of their wedlock were born eight children - Jose, Emilio, Alejandro, Delfin, Constantino, Eden, Angeles and Marcela.
Quiboloy grew up in
Pampanga and inherited from his father a sound perception of purpose, lucid reasoning ability, and a strong, indomitable will. From his mother he acquired a sense of genuine love for others, self-possession, and a courage to defend the right.

Personal life
He was an active member of the Free and Accepted Masons, the Knights of Rizal, Boy Scouts of the Philippines, Husband and Wife Club, Santa Catalina Rural Improvement Association, United Church Men, and many other civic and religious organizations.
In 1960, Quiboloy helped his father-in-law Bishop Roberto P. Songco to organize and establish The Children's Training for Christian Growth and Adult Education Center in Lubao. The Center began with a few pupils, with six teachers who were paid "gratis et amore", its faculty counts on competent, experienced former and present public and private school teachers, with Bishop Songco as director and chaplain.
His wife Consuelo Songco Quiboloy, a reliable housewife and deaconess died in
1977 at the age of 54, leaving him with two sons and two daughters. Elmore, Edwin, Eden Jocelyn and Erlene Rose. She spent 20 years of her life as a deaconess and 10 years as teacher at the Children's Training for Christian Growth and Adult Education Center.
With painstaking planning and labor, the family of Alejandro Quiboloy accomplished some projects which are as follows:
1. Yearly donations for Philippine/American Bible Society, Philippine National Red Cross, Far East Broadcasting Company and other non-profit institutions.
2. Voluntary aid to deserving sick and indigent persons.
3. Scholarship to 10 deserving students from high school to college.
4. Community development projects.

He studied at the
Pampanga High School and Magalang Agricultural School with honors. He earned his BS degrees at the National University and Arellano University in Manila. He took his MA at the Arellano University. When he was a student, he wrote several school articles and a leader.

Teaching Career
Quiboloy became the principal at the Lubao Institute, for almost 20 years, Northwesthern Academy of Pampanga for five years and Angeles University Foundation for five years. He was also a college professor at the Guagua National Colleges, for ten years Angeles University Foundation for five years and some universities in
Manila. He wrote some text books for high school and college level.
During his off hours from school duties and obligations, Quiboloy wrote some articles. They were religious expositions of beliefs. He wrote them to evoke inspiration for church workers in the Vineyard to think or to write in order to assail arguments in favor of contradictory beliefs. His works, helpful to laymen, fortify the beliefs and faith of evangelical Christians.

Public Servant
He became the No. 1 councilor in
Lubao and made several ordinances to improve his town and the welfare of the poor. He received several awards and citations from various private and civic organizations here and abroad.
He made time-out from his duties whenever he attended to public functions and engagements. He accepted speaking engagements at the invitations of various institutions. He attended meetings, round-table conferences and open forums sponsored by private and public schools.
In 1962 the Presidential Assistant on Community Development (PACD) hired him as Provincial CD Officer and became the regional officer in
Central Luzon.
During the
Macapagal administration, Cong Dadong transferred him and became the Regional Director, Region III at NACIDA with offices at Lubao, Pampanga.
For the past 50 years, Quiboloy has been active in the welfare of his community, especially in the field of health and sanitation, charity, peace and order, and family living.
World War II, he served as adviser to the USAFFE in Central Luzon.

His Ministry
When he retired as a public servant, Quiboloy was ordained and became a protestant minister at UCCP.
His formal education was a stepping stone to his religious life. His close association with the youth kindled the flame of his desire to be a preacher. The prayers and intercession, and the conselling and guidance of his father-in-law brought him closer and made him more sympathetic to the Faith.
People wondered why. His intimates were puzzled why he preferred the tideous and non-salaried work of an exhorter to the profession that had a promise. To him the spiritual was more valuable than the material.
This is a paradox to the world but not to him. His philosopy in life was to serve, and to serve
God with all his powers and capabilities. Genuine love for others even at a personal sacrifice was now a pattern cutting deep in his life.
His life and ministry have been a checkered one - a mixture of shadows and sunshine. At almost the sunset of his life, Quiboloy was strong and active in the service of our Lord and Savior
Jesus Christ. His keen awareness of duty to solve moral and spiritual problems has been manifested in and outside the pulpit.
Without ambition for honor and fame, he has worked zealously and vigorously in the promotion and expansion of the
Kingdom of God on earth wherever his foot has trodden and whenever he has had the opportunity.
He wrote a large number of moral and religious tracts in prose and verse. He also wrote several articles at the
Philippine Free Press during his time.
Acknowledgement is due to the people of
Lubao for their research work on the subject and assistance to every stage of this enterprise, and to all persons who, in one way or another, helped to make this biographical sketch possible.

External Link

People of
Lubao, Pampanga,
United Church of Christ in the Philippines,
Municipality of Lubao, Pampanga
Government Agencies: PACD, NACIDA