Whether the sky continues to be gloomy in the days to come or not, there’s no stopping Roman Catholics from doing one of their panata for .
To help you complete your visita iglesia this , we have compiled 10 churches that are worth visiting.
This church needs no further introduction or description. We all know that Magellan’s Cross is nearby and the miraculous image of Santo Nino de Cebu is in this church. The belfry of the basilica has been damaged due to the 7.2 earthquake that hit Visayas last year and is .
The edifice we see today is a reconstruction and renovation project headed by architect Jose Ma. Zaragosa back in the 1950s. Just like Basilica Minore del Santo Nino de Cebu, Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral is currently being rehabilitated due to the damages it incurred due to the strong Visayas earthquake last October 15, 2013.
Make a wish, write it on paper, kneel and pray for. Don’t forget to leave a bunch of eggs on the table for the nuns.
You can do the same thing you’ll do in Carmelite Monastery, except you don’t need to offer some eggs.
Aside from Santo Nino de Cebu, the image of is frequently visited by locals and tourists alike.
The church was declared as an Archdiocesan Shrine by Archbishop Ricardo Vidal in 2007. It is said that pilgrims will get spiritual benefits if he will walk at least a kilometer to the shrine however, the sick may be exempted to this ritual.
The church houses the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe who is said to be miraculous like the image of Santo Nino and Virgen de la Regla.
This Jesuit church in Jakosalem Street is a favorite venue for weddings.
This elegantly designed chapel is dedicated to San Pedro Calungsod. The chapel can accommodate around 800 people.