Category: Particular Churches

The frontage of the Vigan Cathedral is that of a white concrete on the shape of a house-like pentagon. The slanted sides are slightly curved inward. It has four spires evenly distributed on top and a black cross on the very top where the slanted segments meet. On the ground level, it has three semi-oblong entrances. The door at the center is open and slightly larger, while the ones on the sides are of the same size and are closed by brown wooden doors. Also seen in this picture is a separate bell tower structure on the right with the same color as the church's frontage. The bell tower has a dove statue on top, a clock near the top, two tiers with semi-oblong windows each, and a wider base with spires on four corners of its top surrounding the lower tier.

St. Paul Metropolitan Cathedral – Vigan

Also known as: Vigan Cathedral
Address: Burgos St. Vigan City, Ilocos Sur

Published on February 8, 2020 under categories: Particular Churches

The facade of Antipolo Cathedral is made of various shades of beige and brown. Its structure is rectangular, as seen from the front with a hemispherical dome on top. The front side has three main entrances, and above these doors are three glass windows with a shape of a house-like pentagon. White statues of saints are standing atop the rectangular structure as if they are surrounding the dome on their back. Two letter Ms intersecting at the right angle is on top of the dome, and a white cross on top of Ms.

Antipolo Cathedral

Also known as: National Shrine of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage, Immaculate Conception Parish
Address: P. Oliveros St., Antipolo City, Rizal

Published on December 22, 2019 under categories: Particular Churches

The Immaculate Conception Cathedral has a beige facade. Its front has a large veranda with arches underneath that leads to the main entrance. It also has a prominent bell tower on the right side (left if you are facing the church on the outside). On the front wall above the veranda is a large glass window flanked by two smaller glass windows; all three windows have semicircular top. The top of the church has a cross flanked by two angels facing it.

Immaculate Conception Cathedral – Cubao

Also known as: Cubao Cathedral
Address: 40 Lantana St., Cubao, Quezon City

Published on November 23, 2019 under categories: Particular Churches

The front of San Sebastian Cathedral as seen from the corner of its yard. It has gray facade and has two towers on the sides. The curvature of the towers is due to vertical panorama shot; they are actually straight. It has several semi-oblong windows and also a semi-oblong main entrance at the center and ground level. Above the main entrance is a circular cavity with what looks like a white statue of Jesus inside. The central structure between the bell towers has a triangular roof with a cross on top. The bell towers also have crosses on top and circular windows below the bell structures.

San Sebastian Cathedral

Also know as: San Sebastian Parish
Address: 1755 Rizal Street, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental

Published on August 8, 2019 under categories: Particular Churches

The external structure of the Carmelite Church shows white walls, red roof, and blue highlights on the pillars and edges. The roof is triangular with a cross on top-front-center. Under the cross is a flower-like circular glass window with eight petals. Another cross under the circular window is on the wall above a semicircular window that is partially covered by a balcony. The main entrance, a brown semi-oblong door, is under the balcony. There are also several similar doors on the sides as well as semi-oblong glass windows on both sides of the balcony.

Carmelite Church – Mandalagan, Bacolod

Also known as: Carmelite Chapel, Carmel of St. Joseph, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
Address: Carmelite Monastery, Lacson St. Mandalagan, Bacolod City

Published on July 6, 2019 under categories: Particular Churches

The external structure of the Shrine of Mary, Queen of Peace as seen from one of the footbridges connecting the four corners of EDSA-Ortigas Avenue intersection. The external structure is surrounded by elevated platforms with staircases and ramps on the opposite sides. The elevated platforms and part of the staircases have plants. The doors to inside the church are under the staircases. The bottom-center of the structure has murals depicting the events of EDSA II. The front-center of the structure has metallic letters of the Bible verse from 2 Chronicles 7:14, although it only shows Chronicles 7:14 (the 2 probably fell-off or something). At the top is the iconic golden brown statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary wearing a crown and exposed Immaculate Heart and with birds on her left hand and right shoulder. At the background is the Robinsons Galleria and several buildings in the Ortigas Business District.

Shrine of Mary, Queen of Peace, Our Lady of EDSA

Also known as: EDSA Shrine Address: EDSA corn. Ortigas Ave., Quezon City

Published on February 24, 2019 under categories: Particular Churches

Ina ng Laging Saklolo Parish stands on a lower elevation compared to the main road, from where the picture is taken. Its facade is made of maroon bricks. It has a cross on top center, a bell tower on the left, and a tower framing a larger cross on the right. It also has rosary made of light strings between the cross and the entrance.

Ina ng Laging Saklolo Parish

Address: Tagaytay-Calamba Road, Bgy. Sungay, Tagaytay City

Published on April 22, 2018 under categories: Parish Churches, Particular Churches

Manila Metropolitan Cathedral-Basilica

Also known as: Minor Basilica of the Immaculate Conception
Address: Cabildo cor. Beaterio, Intramuros, Manila

Published on April 18, 2015 under categories: Particular Churches

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