|Date of Birth||May 10, 1886|
|Place of Birth||Philippines|
Felix Manalo was born on May 10, 1886 in Philippines. He died on Apr 12, 1963 (age 76). Iglesia Ni Cristo was a religious organisation in the Philippines that he founded and served as the first Executive Minister of after incorporating it with the Philippine Government in July 1914. He was a religious leader from the Philippines.
In 1911, he became a preacher for the Seventh-day Adventist church after initially joining the church. In 1922, he was accused of immoral behaviour, which led to a split in the church that was led by Teofilo Ora. His upbringing in the Catholic faith was influenced by his parents, Mariano Ysagun and Bonifacia Manalo.
Felix Manalo was a Filipino religious leader who founded the Iglesia ni Cristo (“Church of Christ”) in the Philippines. He was born in Taguig, Philippines on May 10, 1886. He died on September 12, 1963.
Manalo’s net worth is estimated to be $1.4 million. He was able to accumulate this wealth through donations from Iglesia ni Cristo members, as well as through business ventures. Manalo was a savvy businessman, and invested in various businesses, including real estate, agriculture, and manufacturing.
Manalo was a controversial figure, and was accused of being a cult leader. However, he was also revered by many, and was considered a prophet by Iglesia ni Cristo members. He was able to amass a large following, and his church now has over 2 million members worldwide.
Wife and Family
Lolita Manalo, also known as LYDIA, was the wife of Felix Manalo, the founder and first Executive Minister of the Iglesia ni Cristo. She was born on August 31, 1887 in Taguig, Rizal, Philippines to Julián Oliveros and María del Carmen Oliveros. She married Felix Manalo on January 16, 1912, and they had six children: Fe, Eugenio, Ester, Bienvenido, Leticia, and Cristina. She died on April 24, 1938, at the age of 50.