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Chapel of St. Padre Pio – Shangri La EDSA

The exterior of Chapel of St. Padre Pio in Shangri La EDSA. Only glass walls divide the chapel from the main passage of the mall. The pews are visible and so does the buildings outside through the glass windows on the other side.

Also known as: N/A

Address: Level 6 Main Wing, Shangri-La Plaza, EDSA cor. Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City [View Map]

Telephone: (02)370-2500

Fax: (02)633-4474

Chaplain: no info

Office Hours: no info

Mass Schecule

Saturday Anticipated Mass: 6:00pm

First Friday Mass: 11:30am

Sunday: 11:00am 6:00pm

Picture Gallery

The sanctuary of Chapel of St. Padre Pio in Shangri La EDSA has predominant colors of brown and white. White marbles for the floor and white concrete for the walls except for the brown rectangular recess where the crucifix is mounted. The crucifix is also brown with light coming from its back. The ceiling is white but bisected by brown recess along the middle above the crucifix. In front of the crucifix is the altar, and two lecterns in front and on the sides of the altar. The priest's chair is on the left of the crucifix, and also visible is a small table on the right of the crucifix. The chair, table, altar, and lecterns are all brown. Also visible here is a statue of St. Anthony wearing black robe and carrying baby Jesus on the back of the left lectern.A statue of St. Padre Pio of Pietralchina inside Chapel of St. Padre Pio in Shangri La EDSA depicts him as weaing black alb, white chausible, and white stole with goldtone decorations. His left hand is on his chest while his right hand is extended forward as if giving blessings. Several rosaries hang from his right arm. Two cylindrical glass candle holders are on his sides.A depiction of the eight station of the cross showing Jesus carrying the cross meeting with two women. Only the face and neck of the woman are visible. In case of Jesus, only her head, upper torso, and arms are visible as well as parts of the cross. Jesus, the cross, and the women are made of what looks like a white ceramic mounted on a brown wooden square. A smaller white cross and white VIII numeral are on the opposite corners of the square.A statue of Mary showing her Immaculate Heart inside the Chapel of St. Padre Pio in Shangri La EDSA. She is wearing a white robe, white hood, and cyan cape. She is holding a red rosary with left hand and a white rosary with right hand; the rosaries are hanging freely on the ends with crosses. Also visible on the sides of her feet are two cylindrical glass candle holders with candles inside and her portraits showing through the transparent glass.The confesional inside the Chapel of St. Padre Pio in Shangri La EDSA is a brown cabinet-like box with two entrances. Each door has long white transluscent vertical glass panel. There are two square icons that seems like to be made of the same material as the vertical glass; the one on left shows two hand in receiving position, while the one on right shows a silhoutteof a person wearing a cross necklace.


Published on October 26, 2019 under categories: Chapels.


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