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first_imgBar test panel chairs for 2019, 2020 vow ‘very reasonable examination’ WBC suspends Whyte’s status as interim world heavyweight champion Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreements Indian coffee magnate’s body found by river London rated best city for students Camomot, fondly known as Monsignor Lolong, was known for his exceptional love for the poor. In once instance, the Carcar City native pawned his episcopal ring and pectoral cross (the large crucifix worn by bishops) and gave the proceeds to the poor.The archbishop would also give away whatever he had to the needy.Camomot died in a vehicular accident in San Fernando town on Sept. 27, 1988. He was 74.The Archdiocese of Cebu ruled that the heroic virtues demonstrated by Archbishop Camomot were worthy of sainthood. /atmRead Next “They counted the bones and put them together,” he said.MORE STORIESnewsinfoVatican approves process to make Archbishop Teofilo Camomot a saintnewsinfoRome tableau shows images of Filipino saintsMORE STORIESnewsinfoVatican approves process to make Archbishop Teofilo Camomot a saintnewsinfoRome tableau shows images of Filipino saints“We also got some parts of the bones to be used as relics. But these could not be used since he has not been declared a saint at this stage,” he added.Camomot’s remains are set to be placed on its new tomb after the 4 p.m. Mass to be presided by Cebu Archbishop Jose Palma on Thursday at Domus Teofilo, a museum that houses the personal belongings and writings of Camomot, according to Fr. Mhar Balili, the vice postulator.Camomot’s body was first exhumed from the public cemetery in Carcar City in 2009 and was transferred to the compound of the Daughters of Saint Teresa (DST), a congregation that he founded.Only Cebu Archbishop Jose Palma, some priests, the DST sisters, and relatives of Camomot were allowed to witness the examination of the late archbishop’s body.ADVERTISEMENT Philippines ‘fires off’ diplomatic protest over Chinese vessels circling Pag-asa Island The remains of the prelate went through forensic examination for about nine hours by Manila-based experts led by Dr. Erwin Erfe.Fr. Samson Silloriquez, the Rome-based postulator of the cause of sainthood of Camomot, said the body was already corrupted.FEATURED STORIESNEWSINFOBREAK: Suspension of Lotto operations lifted – PaneloNEWSINFODuterte to Cayetanos: ‘Kailan kaya matapos ang dynasty niyo?’NEWSINFOIndian family caught taking items from Bali hotel, sparking criticism online“But it doesn’t mean he is not a saint. Even if his body is corrupted, that is not a condition that he is not in heaven,” he explained.Silloriquez said Camomot’s bones were preserved by the forensic experts for future purposes. 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Balili said the Positio includes the biography of Camomot, the testimonies of witnesses, and explanation why the late archbishop should be declared a saint of the Catholic Church.When the Positio is finished, it will be submitted to the Congregation for the Causes of Saints in Rome.It will be studied by theologians and then passed to the cardinal members of the congregation who in turn will vote.Their votes will determines whether the cause will continue or end. If the vote is affirmative, the recommendation of a Decree of Heroic Virtues is sent to the Pope.Once the candidate’s heroic virtues have been recognized by the Pope, Camomot will be called “venerable.”“From there, we wait for one miracle so that he will become a blessed. And once he become a blessed, we will wait for another miracle to become a saint,” Balili explained. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES Duterte dispenses Palace duties in Davao MOST READ The skull and bones of the late Archbishop Teofilo Camomot were placed inside a wax figure of the well-loved prelate on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018. The wax figure was then displayed for public viewing at the Domus Teofilo (House of Teofilo) in Barangay Valladolid, Carcar City, (Photo by JUNJIE MENDOZA / Cebu Daily News)CARCAR CITY, Cebu — The remains of Cebuano Archbishop Teofilo Camomot, a candidate for sainthood, was exhumed on Wednesday.The skull and bones were then placed inside a wax figure of the well-loved prelate, which was displayed for public viewing at the Domus Teofilo (House of Teofilo) in Barangay Valladolid, Carcar City.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more