Category: Chapels

Mary Mother of Hope Chapel – Landmark Makati

Address: 5th floor Landmark Makati, Ayala Center, Makati City

Published on April 11, 2016 under categories: Chapels

Harrison Plaza Chapel

Address: 2nd Floor, Harrison Plaza, M. Adriatico St., Malate, Manila

Published on May 17, 2015 under categories: Chapels

UST Hospital Chapels

Address: Pastoral Care Services, University Of Santo Tomas Hospital, España Boulevard, Manila

Published on March 21, 2015 under categories: Chapels

Chapel of Fishers of Men

Address: 3/F Fisher Mall, Quezon Avenue cor. Roosevelt Ave., Quezon City

Published on March 9, 2015 under categories: Chapels

The St. Pio Chapel is an L-shape structure that looks like two separate buildings due to different wall designs. The building on the right has walls that look like it was made-up several smooth stones of different shapes. The recess at the center of this wall has two doors to inside the chapel. Above the recess is a goldtone statue of St. Pio and above it, on the roof is a statue of Jesus depicting his ascension to heaven. The structure on the left, which is perpendicular to the structure on the right, is smooth and beige with several small windows and several doors on the ground level. On the center of the roof of this structure is a white statue of a hooded figure with a child: maybe St. Joseph or St. Anthony of Padua carrying baby Jesus.

St. Pio of Pietrelcina Chapel

Address: 188 E. Rodriguez, Jr. Avenue (C-5), Bagumbayan, Quezon City

Published on June 5, 2014 under categories: Chapels

NAIA Terminal 3 Chapel

Address: 2/F Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3, Andrews Avenue, Pasay City

Published on October 1, 2012 under categories: Chapels

Greenbelt Chapel

Also known as: Santo Niño de Paz Community
Address: Ayala Center, Makati City

Published on February 3, 2012 under categories: Chapels

The outside of the Chapel of the Eucharistic Lord as seen from the other side of the round balcony. The face of the chapel is made of glass, through which the interior can be seen: the big LCDs inside are the most visible. The central door is between two glass panels with goldtone crosses on frames: one cross and frame on each panel. The words Chapel of the Eucharistic Lord is in metallic goldtone letters above the central entrance and glass panels with crosses.

Chapel of the Eucharistic Lord

Also known as: “Mega” Chapel
Address: 5th Floor Atrium Building, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City

Published on April 21, 2011 under categories: Chapels

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