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Toribia was widowed in 1962
At the time, she had 8 biological children and 1 adopted daughter. They lived in the heart of Bacolod City, in the Philippines. She was a real estate agent representing an investor by the name of Doctora Lourdes Hernaiz.
9 years later: After a year of severe illness, Toribia made a decision to move from Bacolod back to her birthplace in a remote village in Duero, Bohol. She was joined by her sons, Boy, Sammy and Eddie.
Toribia dedicated her days to maintaining and managing daily prayers at a chapel built by her grandfather. It was during this time that she became a faith healer, serving the poor who could not access or afford hospital care in the city.
During this time, she also held her role as mother just as high, ensuring that she could support 4 of her children - including her youngest son - to complete their tertiary education.
Her youngest son, Eddie, decided to follow the love of his life to Sydney in Australia, where they got married in 1987. Toribia visited Eddie and his new family 3 times between 1988 and 1992. Although Eddie tried to convince her to stay, Toribia decided to return home and continue with her service until she passed in 2002.
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