Virgen de los Remedios de la Pampanga otherwise called Indu Ning Capaldanan is a title of the Blessed Virgin Mary worshiped by the Roman Catholic dedicated Capampangans in Pampanga, Philippines. Under this specific title, Mary is formally assigned as the Patroness of Pampanga and was conceded its official title and given a Canonical Coronation by Pope Pius XII through a Papal Bull dated 15 July 1956, while its official devour is praised on the Feast of Nativity of Mary.
The combined commitment nearby with a cross called Santo Cristo Del Perdon is featured in a petition apostolate known as Crusaders for Penance and Charity, a supplication aggregate began by ladies which concentrated on Catholic social equity for poor people and the down and out and was once established to battle Communism. The Archbishop of Pampanga at the time, Cesar Maria Guerrero chose to encourage the Marian dedication this commitment had occurred previously, amid the Spanish administration in 1574 in Manila and Pampanga again to appease the issues experienced by his kin.
Guerrero was initially from the town of Malate where a comparative picture of Our Lady of Remedies was at that point adored in Manila and in Pampanga dating from the Castillian time frame when the Philippines was as yet a frontier region of the Kingdom of Spain. Guerrero asked for the picture of the Immaculate Conception, as of now revered as Our Lady of Remedies from Baliti, Pampanga to be acquired by San Fernando to help with another apostolate working towards peace and compromise, called Crusaders of Penance and Charity.