Chapel of the Eucharistic Lord

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.

Also known as: "Mega" Chapel

Address: 5th Floor Atrium Building, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City [View Map]

Telephone: (02) 638-8801

Fax: no info

Chaplain: Fr. Jose Vidamor Yu

Office Hours: no info

Mass Schedule

Monday to Friday: 12:15pm 6:00pm

Saturday: 12:15pm

Saturday Anticipated Mass: 5:00pm 7:00pm

Sunday: 9:00am 11:00am 12:30pm 2:00pm 3:30pm 5:00pm 6:30pm

Other Services

Confession: Wednesday 5:30pm-7:30pm, Friday 12:30pm-2:30pm

Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help: Wednesday 5:30pm

Devotion to Eucharistic Lord: Thursday 5:30pm

Bible Study: Wednesday 7:00pm

Photo Gallery

The sanctuary of the Chapel of the Eucharistic Lord has a very simple reredos with three sections. The central section has the crucifix mounted on a beige wall and has goldtone semicircular arc on top. Occupying the two other sections of the reredos: on the left of Jesus (as seen from the nave)  is a statue of Mary in white, and on the right is a statue of Joseph in green and yellow holding a staff. The shelves of the statues of Mary and Joseph have spirea on top and white pillars on both sides, while two pillars are on each side of Jesus. The altar at the center is draped with green cloth and flanked with candles on a candle stand.An embossed figure of Jesus in white robe trying to getting up. The cross is held by Simon of Cyrene, a man in a red robe with a blue sash. The figure is enclosed in a brown frame that is mounted on the wall.A decoration on the glass near the door is a depiction of the Holy Spirit in dove form. The dove is flying as if it is soaring down. On its background is a blue square with a black heart inside, with white beams emanating from its side forming a white cross. The cross is enclosed in a goldtone diamond figure, which in turn is enclosed by a rectangle with alternating red and blue sections. Rays of alternating yellow and orange seem to emanate from the back of the blue square spreading radially outward. The entire glass decoration is enclosed in a metallic goldtone frame.

Published on April 21, 2011 under categories: Chapels.

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Cacai Berza says:

Ask lng po kng pwde po mgpabinyag sa mega chapel.

thank you

Greten says:

Hi! As far as I know, hindi nagbibinyag ang mga chapels since they work only as “supplement” to the parish churches. I cannot find any church letters or canon laws prohibiting it, but if you will look closely, chapels do not have baptismal font (a large cauldron-like furniture or sometimes a fountain where baptism is administered). Please consult the parish church nearest to your residence.

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