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Chapel of the Holy Family – Greenhills

The Chapel of the Holy Family has a facade of mostly transparent glasses, arches of yellow and white stripes above the glasses, and a dark gray concrete wall on the sides and above the arches. Two large windows, each with four divisions, are found on the sides above the arches. Below the arches are seven glass panels, six of which are transparent, and the one at the center shows a depiction of the Holy Family in a field of flowers and grasses. Below these glass panels are larger rectangular glass panels through which you can see the inside of the chapel. The second and fifth lower glass panels are smaller glass doors, while the lower glass panel in the middle below the depiction of the Holy Family is the main entrance.

Also known as: N/A

Address: Ground Floor, Greenhills Shopping Center, Ortigas Avenue, San Juan City [View Map]

Telephone: no info

Fax: no info

Chaplain: Rev. Fr. Alexius V. Magtibay, OSJ (under Santuario De San Jose Parish)

Office Hours: no info

Mass Schedule

Monday to Saturday: 12:15pm

Thursday: 12:15pm 6:00pm

Saturday Anticipated Mass: 4:00pm 5:30pm 7:00pm

Sunday: 9:00am 12:30pm 4:00pm 5:30pm 7:00pm

First Friday Mass: 5:30 pm

Healing Mass: Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday 6:00pm

Novenas and Devotions

Prayer of the Divine Mercy: Wednesday 3:00pm

Adoration of the Holy Eucharist: Thursday 7:30pm

Novena to St. Pio of Pietrelcina: 5:15pm

Sacraments

Confession: maybe requested after the mass

Photo Gallery

The sanctuary of the Chapel of the Holy Family has two steps of black marble. At the center is a beige altar with dark brown highlights that look like four Greek columns and an oval protrusion with patterns at the center. It is draped with white cloth decorated with yellow crosses with rings (Celtic cross). It has two beige and brown stands with microphones: one on the left and one on the right of the altar. Each of these stands has a bouquet of red flowers in front, and what looks like a brown candle holder mounted on the wall at the back. A silver crucifix is also seen on the left (as seen from the nave), and the priest's chair is partly visible behind the altar on the right. An emboss mural of the Holy Family is mounted on the wall at the center behind the altar. The tabernacle is a silver box below the mural.A statue of Mary is dressed in a white robe and long yellow-green hood with floral patterns. She is depicted as carrying baby Jesus in a white robe with her left hand, and a goldtone wand with her right hand. Both Jesus and Mary are wearing crowns proportional to their heads. Mary also has goldtone rays in front of her face and a halo with twenty-four stars attached on the back of her head.A depiction of the 11th station of the cross in which Jesus is already crucified, and two men are lifting the cross to position it upright. One man is holding the base of the cross, while the other is holding the part where Jesus is nailed on the right hand. Jesus, the men, and the cross are depicted in a silver-like emboss mural on a brown and almost square cross, with a smaller cross on top. Under the mural is the Roman numeral XI made of the same silver-like metal as the mural.A statue of an angel is holding a basin. The angel is depicted as wearing a robe, has long hair, and has a large pair of folded wings. The entire statue is white, but a cavity on the basin he is holding has a metallic stainless gray surface where the holy water is actually contained.


Published on August 24, 2019 under categories: Chapels.


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