It was through the late Cebu Archbishop Emeritus Ricardo Cardinal Vidal that a pipe organ, a traditional musical instrument in churches, was installed at the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral in 1996.
The prelate was said to have wanted to play the pipe organ after damage it sustained during the 2013 Visayas earthquake was repaired, but his numb fingers kept him.
At his funeral mass on Thursday, Cardinal Vidal got his wish. Former Cebu Auxiliary Bishop Camilo Gregorio, Vidal's good friend, played the organ as his offering for the well-loved prelate.
Vidal, the fourth Filipino cardinal, died on Oct. 18 due to complications from pneumonia. He was 86.
He was laid to rest on Thursday.