Banal na Sakramento Parish

The Banal na Sacramento Parish has a mostly green metallic facade. The upper part of the structure is a pyramid with a green galvanized metal sheet surface. The ground level has brown walls and green steel railings for two of its gates, the main entrance and a larger side entrance that looks like intended for vehicles. There's a small cross on top of the pyramid. Above the main entrance is a decoration of a goldtone chalice with a white Eucharistic host above it. There is also a goldtone cross on top of the host. A separate gray concrete bell tower is visible on the right side of the church.

Also known as: Parokya ng Banal na Sakramento, Blessed Sacrament Parish Church

Address: J.P. Ramoy Street, Talipapa, Quezon City [View Map]

Telephone: (02)3456-1005, (02)3484-7381

Fax: (02)3484-7381

Pastor: Fr. Victor Emmanuel I. Clemen

Office Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 8:00am-12:00pm & 2:00pm-5:30pm

Mass Schecule

Monday to Friday: 6:00am 6:30pm

Saturday: 6:00am

Saturday Anticipated Mass: 6:30pm

Sunday: 6:00am 7:15am 8:30am 9:45am 12:00pm 3:00pm 4:15pm 5:30pm 6:45pm 8:00pm


Baptism: Sunday 11:00am

Confession: Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 5:30pm-6:30pm

Wedding: by appointment

Annointing of the Sick: by appointment


St. Lorenzo Ruiz: Monday 6:15pm

St. Anthony of Padua: Tuesday 6:15pm

Our Lady of Perpetual Help: Wednesday 5:30am 6:00am

St. Jude Thaddeus: Thursday 6:15pm

Sacred Heart of Jesus: Friday 6:15pm

Our Lady of Remedies: Saturday 5:30am

Other Services

House blessing: by appointment

Picture Gallery

The sanctuary of Banal na Sacramento Parish has white walls, and white marble floors elevated from the nave by three steps. The lectern on the left (as seen from the nave) and the altar have white structure but are covered with so many goldtone decorations you might as well consider that their color. There are three brown walls: the back center where the crucifix is mounted and two stand-alone dividers on the left and the right. The divider on the right has a statue of Mary wearing blue and white and crowned with stars. She is standing on what looks like clouds, which is attached to the wall. The left brown wall has a circular tabernacle. The crucifix has a brown cross, white INRI sign, and Jesus is wearing a white undergarment and has a natural skin tone color. Stained glass decorations flank the wall where the crucifix is mounted. Two more stained glass panels are above the brown walls on the side. However, the lighting and the quality of this photograph makes the images in these stained glass panels challenging to identify.A statue of St. Peter inside the Banal na Sacramento Parish. Peter is wearing clothing that is green on the outside and red on the inside. He is holding a book with his right hand and a key with his left hand. A white rooster is standing on his left side.The ceiling on the interior backside of Banal na Sacramento Parish, just above the main entrance, has a triangular protrusion with a small lamp hanging from it. Horizontal slit windows flank it. Under these slit windows are portraits of stations IV to IX of the cross, three stations on each side of the triangular protrusion.A statue of resurrected Jesus inside the Banal na Sacramento Parish. Jesus is wearing a white undergarment covering only the lower half of his body, and a white sash draped on his right shoulder. His right hand is raised, while his left hand is holding a staff that ends as a cross with a white banner hanging from it. He is standing on a blue and white cloud-like pedestal.A small grotto within the churchyard of Banal na Sacramento Parish. The grotto has a statue of Mary wearing white clothing and hood with a blue sash in front. She is standing in the AMEN pose. The grotto is made of stone and painted white on the outside and blue on the inside. Outside and in front of the grotto is a statue of a woman kneeling. She is wearing brown clothing and a white headscarf. There are several plants around the grotto, and a blue steel barrier is also visible here.

Published on November 2, 2019 under categories: Parish Churches.

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