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Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Cubao

The frontage of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in Cubao, Quezon City. The color is predominantly white with some pink sections. The roof is triangular with a cross on top. There are small glass windows, and the center section underneath the cross is mostly pink with large glass panes showing portraits of Mary carrying Jesus as well as an angel behind the glass. The churchyard is surrounded with white steel barriers attached to pink concrete pillars, with white steel gate at the center. The main door is brown with gold-colored decorated knobs at the center. There is a protruding roof between the main door and the gate, on which the silver-colored letters OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP is embedded.

Also known as: N/A

Address: 126 13th Avenue, Cubao, Quezon City [View Map]

Telephone: (02)911-7327, (02)912-5953

Fax: no info

Pastor: Msgr. Alfonso Bogaoan

Office Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 8:30am-12:00pm & 2:00pm-6:00pm

Mass Schedule

Monday to Friday: 6:30am 6:00pm

Wednesday Novena Mass: 6:30am 5:00pm 6:00pm

Saturday: 6:30am

Saturday Anticipated Mass: 6:00pm

Sunday: 6:00am 7:30am 9:00am 10:30am 3:30pm 5:00pm

Sacraments

Baptism: Sunday 11:00am

Confession: Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 5:00pm-5:45pm

Matrimony: by appointment

Annointing of the Sick: anytime

Photo Gallery

The altar of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in Cubao is primarily that of gold and red color. At the center is a brown cross on red wall background, with rays emanating from its center. In front of it is a statue of Jesus, but this is not a crucifix because Jesus is fully clothed and his feet are not nailed together; looks like a depiction of his Ascension rather than Crucifixion. There are two angels, one on the left and one on the right of Jesus' feet, and two additional statues of angels on the bottom left and bottom right of the cross. In front of Jesus is a gold-colored altar with green cloth on top. On the sides are two Sun-like decorations; one with embossed figures of two angels facing each other below it, and the other has an icon of Mary carrying baby Jesus below it. The center area of the sanctuary in front of the altar as a red carpet. There are also two podiums for lectors and commentators; one on the lower platform of the sanctuary, while the other in front on the same level as the nave.The ceiling of OLPH in Cubao is white but has a light brown/mocha decoration. The center of the roof is circular, with rays emanating from it. The rays are not uniformly distributed but concentrated in four directions. Inside the circle is a glass pane decoration depicting what looks like an angel, a humanoid head with wings.A statue of Jesus raising both of his hands. He is wearing a white robe with a red cape. The statue is attached to a wooden cross, which in turn is attached to a concrete wall. Five potted plants surround the statue, three on the right and two on the left (there is a vacant platform on the left where a pot can be placed). There are also bamboos and other plants on the extreme left and right of this picture. This is within the outdoor area of OLPH Parish in Cubao.An icon of Our Lady of Guadalupe situated on the external wall of OLPH Parish in Cubao. It depicts Mary in white clothing with a blue-green cloak. Several stars are printed all over the cloak. Mary's hands are in Amen position. She is surrounded by clouds, and the clouds are surrounded by margins decorated by leaves and white flowers. The image is inside a glass panel that has joints and lock; looks like it can be opened. The text on top says Our Lady of Guadalupe, while the one at the bottom is Pamayanan ng Guadalupe, a Filipino phrase which means Community of Guadalupe.A plant box outside OLPH Parish with two white tablet stones containing the ten commandments on the left and the right of a crucifix. The ten commandments are arranged in an unusual manner, with the first five commandments on one stone and the last five on the other stone, unlike the usual three and seven. The commandments are written in Filipino, with English translations underneath each of them in a smaller font and enclosed in parentheses. The crucifix is of different shades of brown except for Jesus's white underwear, red blood from his wounds, and the white INRI signage near the top. The tablets and the crucifix are surrounded by plants, and the plant box is enclosed by white iron railings.


Published on January 26, 2019 under categories: Parish Churches.


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