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Fathers Gomez, Burgos, and Zamora were at the time leaders of the secular movement to Filipinize the Philippine parishes, with their supporters, namely, Jose Ma. Basa, Atty. Joaquin Pardo de Tavera, and Antonio Ma. Regidor, etc. The spanish authorities, under Gov. Rafael de Izquierdo, and after having defeated the Cavite mutinee led by Lamadrid, connected this incidence to the secular movement. The cavite mutinee happened in January 20, 1872. In February 17, 1872, the three priests were executed, despite their innocence.

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