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The front of San Nicolas De Tolentino Parish has a facade of red bricks in most sections of its wall. Some sections, such as those near the top and those at the center above the main entrance, are solid beige concrete. Above the main entrance, on the beige wall, is a circular glass window. A long thin beige cross is attached to the left brick wall (right of this picture). The church building is surrounded by a gray wall with an iron fence on top, making the main entrance difficult to see.

San Nicolas de Tolentino Parish – Quezon City

Address: Neptune Street, Bahay Toro, Quezon City

Published on December 1, 2019 under categories: Parish Churches

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.

Banal na Sakramento Parish

Also known as: Parokya ng Banal na Sakramento, Blessed Sacrament Parish Church
Address: J.P. Ramoy Street, Talipapa, Quezon City

Published on November 2, 2019 under categories: Parish Churches

The main structure of St. James the Apostle Parish has a house-like pentagon shape and facade of that is mostly gray concrete. It has white highlights along the pillar, around the glass windows, and the semi-oblong entrances. Its entrances are one large main entrance on the ground center flanked by two slightly smaller entrances of similar shapes. It also has two vertical rectangular glass windows on the sides, one circular window on the top center, and a square window with curved top above the largest entrance. On its right (as seen by a person facing the church) is a bell tower with similar colors, three semi-oblong windows in front, one on top of another, and a red pyramidal roof with a white cross on top.

St. James the Apostle Parish – Paombong

Also known as: Santiago Apostol Parish
Address: Poblacion, Paombong, Bulacan

Published on October 20, 2019 under categories: Parish Churches

Our Lady of the Annunciation Parish is a gray church that has the shape of a house/pentagon. It is on an elevated land so staircase leads to its main entrance flanked by two statues of angels. A cross is on top of the pentagon structrure. A prominent bell tower with crown-like design is on its right side.

Our Lady of the Annunciation Parish

Also known as: Shrine of the Incarnation
Address: St. Dominic 3 Subdivision, Mindanao Avenue, Brgy. Tandang Sora, Quezon City

Published on October 13, 2019 under categories: Parish Churches

The Saint John Paul II Parish is a low-rise structure with a beige exterior, low triangular roof, and a simple black cross on top. Several plants surround it. A lawn with grasses separates the church entrance from the sidewalk. A red curve path between the lawn and the entrance allows cars to stop and drop passengers to the church without disturbing the vehicles on the main road. The angle of this shot allows us to see very little of the roof's surface, which is red, the same as that roof over a walk path behind the lawn on the left. A house-shape pentagon glass panel is in front of the church wall below the cross and above the main entrance; it is a stained glass window depiction of the Holy Family.

St. John Paul II Parish – Eastwood, Libis

Formerly known as: Holy Family Chapel
Address: Orchard Road, Eastwood City, Libis, Quezon City

Published on October 5, 2019 under categories: Parish Churches

San Antonio de Padua Parish – Quezon City

Address: 172 West Riverside St. cor. Lincoln St., San Francisco Del Monte, Quezon City

Published on September 22, 2019 under categories: Parish Churches

The Our Lady of Pillar Church has a pink and orange facade. It has three large semi-oblong doors in the main entrance and several semi-oblong windows framed with pink concrete arches. Above the main entrance is a small circular glass window made of nine glass panels. Above the circular window is a platform with what looks like a statue of Mary. On the highest part of the front wall above the statue, is a decoration that looks like the blessed sacrament with a small cross on top. On the right of the church (when viewed in front from outside) is a large bell tower with similar orange and pink design and has several semi-oblong windows surrounding it. Its height exceeds that of the main church structure and has a small cross on top. There is also a smaller white bell tower on the left. Its height is lower than the main church structure.

Our Lady of the Pillar Church

Also known as: Sta. Cruz Parish and Archdiocesan Shrine of the Blessed Sacrament
Address: Plaza Sta. Cruz, Sta. Cruz, Manila

Published on September 21, 2019 under categories: Parish Churches

The Christ the King Parish in Greenmeadows, Quezon City, has the appearance of two white concrete slightly-thickened discs formed by the ceiling and the external veranda. There's a gap between the discs through which you can see the wall and the glass doors. On top of the upper disc is a green conical roof with a hollow rectangular structure on top; a cross is mounted on top of this structure. A bridge is also seen in this picture connecting the church to a building across the driveway.

Christ the King Parish – Greenmeadows

Address: Greenmeadows Avenue, Quezon City

Published on August 31, 2019 under categories: Parish Churches

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