(UCA) – A tribal school named after a slain Italian Catholic missionary in the province of Bukidnon in the southern Philippines has been “permanently closed” after the military claimed the institution has become a “threat to the safety of the people.”Witnesses reported that the a group of men, aided by soldiers, shut down the school on Oct. 23. “They brought crowbars and bolos (a large knife), and some of our students said they also saw some of the men bringing bows and arrows,” said Junance Magbanua of the Mindanao Interfaith Services Foundation Inc., a church-based institution that operates the school.