Sermon by Rev. Diane Rollert, 15 March 2015
People ask me, why the Philippines? Why would Unitarian Universalists be there?
Sadly, too few of us have ever heard of Rev. Toribio Quimada. Yet he deserves to be known as one of the great heroes of our faith. He was a courageous and generous man, living in a poor rural community in the mountains of Negros in the Philippines. In the early 1950s, he succeeded in founding an open, progressive religious movement within a very repressive society. That, in and of itself, is miraculous.
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