By now, one should have noted the pattern that Guagua’s Limsons, Lopezes, Jingcos and Bacanis are all interrelated either by blood or by marriage; they are also owners of major processional images, many of them Dolorosas. The same can be said for the fourth Dolorosa of Guagua, fancifully called Dolorosa of the Siete Palabras.
The Dolorosa is owned by Mrs. Teresita “Tita” Limson-Songco, whose son Jun, had it made in 2000, originally for home devotion. It was made by Dan Garcia and was last painted in 2002. When the Holy Wednesday Lopez Dolorosa ceased to join the Lenten processions of Guagua in the early 2000s, the Limson-Songco Dolorosa replaced her.
|PHOTO: COURTESY OF JERRY PUNZALAN SAGMIT|
Dr. Raymund Feliciano (chevalierfeliciano on flickr)
Jerry P. Sagmit