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21st-century Filipino Roman Catholic nuns

This list has 6 members. See also Filipino Roman Catholic religious sisters and nuns, 21st-century Filipino women, 21st-century Roman Catholic nuns
  • Chin Chin Gutierrez
    Chin Chin Gutierrez Filipino actor and model
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    Carminia Lourdes Cynthia Arnaldo Gutierrez (born November 22, 1969), better known as Chin-Chin Gutierrez, was a Filipino former actress and environmentalist.[1][2]
  • Teresita Castillo 20th and 21st-century Filipino Catholic nun and visionary
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    Teresita Castillo also known as Sister Teresing (born: July 4, 1927) is a former Roman Catholic religious who reported Marian apparitions in Lipa City, Philippines in the year 1948. These reported apparitions have been the subject of controversy. An initial investigation report in 1951 was signed by 6 Roman Catholic bishops and declared the Lipa apparitions as "non-supernatural". However, one bishop later recanted on his deathbed, and a new investigation was opened in 1991.
  • Josefina Constantino Filipino writer
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    Josefina D. Constantino (born March 28, 1920) is a Filipino essayist, literary critic and poet. Formerly a prominent faculty member of the University of the Philippines, she took vows as a member of Carmelite order in 1979. Presently a cloistered nun, she is now known as Sister Teresa Joseph Patrick of Jesus and Mary.
  • Mary John Mananzan
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    Sister Mary John Mananzan O.S.B. (born November 6, 1937, in Dagupan, Pangasinan) is a Missionary Benedictine nun, activist, educator, theologian, and author. She helped develop an Asian feminist theology of liberation. She currently ministers as superior of the Manila community and member of the Priory Council.
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    Fidelis Atienza (December 18, 1918 – March 20, 2021) was a Filipino Roman Catholic nun, baker, and confectioner who was a member of the Religious of the Good Shepherd (RGS). She is credited with the Good Shepherd ube jam, a food souvenir or pasalubong that became widely associated with the city of Baguio.
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    Mariani C. Dimaranan (February 1, 1925 – December 17, 2005), also known as Sister Mariani, was a Catholic nun and activist in the Philippines who fought against the dictatorship of Ferdinand Marcos.
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