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Eraño Manalo

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Eraño de Guzman Manalo January 2, 1925 – August 31, 2009, also known as Ka Erdy, was the second Executive Minister of the Iglesia ni Cristo INC, serving from April 19, 1963 until August 31, 2009 He took over the administration of the church after the death of his father, Felix Y Manalo, in 1963 He was instrumental in the propagation and expansion of the church internationally He previously held office as the General Treasurer of the Church, and as a District Minister of Manila

Contents

  • 1 Biography
  • 2 Administration
    • 21 Death
  • 3 Recognition
  • 4 Media portrayal
  • 5 Family Tree
  • 6 References
  • 7 External links

Biography

Eraño G Manalo was born at Riverside Drive, San Juan, Rizal now part of Metro Manila on January 2, 1925 He was the fifth child of Felix Y Manalo and Honorata de Guzman His name came from a reversal and elision of the term "New Era," which his father used to describe what he felt was "a new Christian era" as the Iglesia ni Cristo was established His older siblings were Sisters Pilar and Avelina, and Brothers Dominador and Salvador His youngest sibling is Brother Bienvenido, who is currently the head of INC's construction and engineering department

Eraño received his elementary education at St John's Academy in San Juan, Metro Manila, starting at the age of six

Manalo initially took up law school, but left his studies to become a minister of the INC He started attending the church's ministerial classes at the age of 16 and was ordained as a minister on May 10, 1947 in Locale Congregation of Tayuman, Ecclesiastical District of Manila, at the age of 22 He held various positions in the church including being the General Treasurer of the INC and circulation manager of the Pasugo magazine now known as Pasugo: God's Message During this time, he wrote a 64-page booklet entitled Christ-God: Investigated-False

On January 17, 1955, Eraño Manalo married Cristina Villanueva with whom he has six children Eduardo V Manalo, Lolita Manalo-Hemedez, Erlinda Manalo-Alcantara, Liberty Manalo-Albert, Felix Nathaniel Manalo II and Marco Eraño Manalo On February 18, 1953, ten years before his father's death, Eraño G Manalo was elected successor to his father as Executive Minister Following Eraño's death, his son Eduardo then assumed the role of INC's Executive Minister

Administration

The Central Temple built in 1984

With the death of Felix Y Manalo on April 12, 1963, Iglesia's critics predicted the church's decline and eventual fall To them, the church's popularity was due mainly to the charisma and leadership of Felix Y Manalo Barely a month after assuming his role as spiritual leader of the church, the young Manalo began visiting congregations nationwide At every location he visited, he officiated worship services and staged massive religious rallies in public plazas During this period of transition in what critics thought was the most vulnerable period of the church, Manalo further consolidated the gains of the church

In 1947, Manalo became the General Treasurer of the church He was later elected as successor to Felix Y Manalo by provincial ministers as early as 1953 In 1957 he became the District Minister of Manila Very few people outside of the church gave Manalo's leadership potential enough credit He would later initiate significant moves that would make the church to what it is today

Manalo demonstrated the church responsiveness to the needs of the poor Even before the government initiated agrarian reforms, Manalo established model land reforms In 1965, the first of the resettlement farms was Maligaya farm in Palayan City, Nueva Ecija, Philippines Similar projects were established in Cavite, Rizal and other provinces

As early as 1967, four years after assuming leadership role, Manalo set his vision to overseas mission and global expansion The first overseas INC mission was sent in 1968 on its 54th anniversary On July 27, 1968, Executive Minister Eraño G Manalo, officiated at the first worship service of the church outside the Philippines This gathering held in Ewa Beach, Honolulu, Hawaii marked the establishment of the Honolulu congregation, the first overseas mission of the church The following month, the Executive Minister was in California to establish the San Francisco congregation and lead its inaugural worship service In 1971, the church set foot in Canada In June 1987, the US Main Office USMO was set up in Daly City, California to assist the INC central administration in supervising the then 11 districts of the church in the West The first local congregation in Latin America was established in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba in 1990 The following year, the church reached Mexico and Aruba From 2000 and beyond, congregations rose in the Central and South American countries The first local congregation in Europe was established in England in 1972 The church came to Germany and Switzerland in the mid-70s By the end of the 1980s, congregations and missions could be found in the Scandinavian countries and their neighbors The Rome, Italy congregation was established on July 27, 1994; the Jerusalem, Israel congregation in March 31, 1996; and the Athens, Greece congregation in May 10, 1997 The predecessors prayer groups of these full-fledged congregations began two decades earlier Meanwhile, the mission first reached Spain in 1979 The first mission in northern Africa opened in Nigeria in October 1978 After a month, the King William’s Town congregation, in South Africa was established A congregation was organized in Guam in 1969 In Australia, congregations have been established since mid-1970s The church first reached China by way of Hong Kong, and Japan through Tokyo also in the 1970s Missions have also opened in Kazakhstan and Sakhalin Island in Russia In Southeast Asia, the first congregation in Thailand was established in 1976 and missions have already been conducted in Brunei since 1979 In addition, there are also congregations in Vietnam, Indonesia, Singapore, and Malaysia

The INC started operating a radio station in 1969 While its first television program aired in 1983 The Ministerial Institute of Development, currently the New Era University College of Evangelical Ministry, was founded in 1974 in Quiapo, Manila It moved to its current location in Quezon City in 1978 As of 1995, it had 4,500 students and five extension schools in Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, Pampanga and Rizal In 1965, INC launched its first resettlement and land reform program in Barrio Maligaya, Laur, Nueva Ecija In 1971, the INC Central Office building was built in Quezon City Thirteen years later, the 7,000-seater Central Temple was added in the complex The Tabernacle, a tent-like multipurpose building which can accommodate up to 4,000 persons, was finished in 1989 The complex also includes the New Era University, a higher-education institution run by the INC

Death

INC Spokesperson and General Evangelist, Bienvenido C Santiago Sr, confirmed Manalo's death in an announcement delivered in Tagalog over various radio and television stations, translated below:

Santiago also stated that according to Dr Ray Melchor Santos, Manalo died due to cardiopulmonary arrest On Monday September 7, 2009, the remains of Manalo were temporarily interred at the INC Tabernacle at 12:00 PST while his mausoleum is being built near the memorial statue of his father, Felix Y Manalo at INC Central Office Complex President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo declared September 7 a national day of mourning

Recognition

The Quezon City government renamed what was Central Avenue to Eraño G Manalo Avenue Ordinance number SP-1961 S-2009 the Quezon City Council stated the renaming was to is recognition of "“his greatness and nobility” in leading the powerful religious group"

On April 13, 2010 The Philippine Postal Corporation announced that it will issue a limited edition postage stamp in his honor The stamp will be released on April 23 with 100,000 pieces with a denomination of P 700

Media portrayal

  • Portrayed by AJ Muhlach and Gabby Concepcion in the 2015 film, Felix Manalo

Family Tree

Bonifacia Manalo       Mariano Ysagun
       
     
     
Tomasa Sereneo
Died 1912
      Felix Manalo
1886-1963
      Honorata de Guzmán
               
         
                                                       
                                                   
Gerardo Manalo
Died 1912
Pilar Manalo Danao
1914-1988
Avelina Manalo Dominador Manalo Eraño Manalo
1925-2009
      Cristina Manalo
Born 1937
Bienvenido Manalo
       
     
                                                 
                                                   
Babylyn Ventura       Eduardo Manalo
Born 1955
Lolita Manalo Erlinda Manalo Liberty Manalo Felix Nathaniel II Manalo Marco Eraño Manalo
       
     
                           
                       

References

  1. ^ a b Eraño G Manalo's Birth Register
  2. ^ Iglesia ni Cristo Head Dies Archived September 2, 2009, at the Wayback Machine – from the Philippine Daily Inquirer
  3. ^ "ka" as used by INC members is a short form of the word kapatidEnglish: brethren "ka" is also sometimes used as a shortened form of kasamaEnglish: comrade
  4. ^ "Tagalog – Dictionary: ka" Retrieved April 4, 2013 
  5. ^ Villanueva, p 6
  6. ^ No shifts seen when Ka Erdie's son takes over INC – ABSCBNNewscom
  7. ^ Villanueva, p 7
  8. ^ "Iglesia ni Cristo – Church of Christ – Official Website" Organization Iglesia ni Cristo p Independent Archived from the original on August 21, 2012 Retrieved March 25, 2013 
  9. ^ Iglesia Ni Cristo head dies Archived February 23, 2012, at the Wayback Machine, quoted by asianjournalcom from Abigail Kwok, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1 September 2009
  10. ^ Iglesia ni Cristo's Eraño Manalo dies at 84, GMANews, September 1, 2009tv
  11. ^ Chavez, Chito A October 20, 2009 "Street in QC renamed Eraño Manalo Avenue" The Manila Bulletin Archived from the original on October 25, 2009 Retrieved April 21, 2010 
  12. ^ Editor "ERAÑO G MANALO-INC SPECIAL STAMPS" Philippine Postal Corporation Archived from the original on April 19, 2010 Retrieved April 21, 2010 

External links

  • Iglesia Ni Cristo Media Services
  • Iglesia Ni Cristo official website
Preceded by
Felix Y Manalo
Executive Minister of Iglesia ni Cristo
1963–2009
Succeeded by
Eduardo V Manalo

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