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Santuario De San Jose

Shown here is the side and part of the front of Santuario De San Jose as seen from Buffalo St. The structure of the church is long and painted in white with a green roof. The upper part of the side has a row of several semi-oblong stained glass windows showing different events from the Bible. The lower part has large wooden gates, ramps for wheelchairs, and a small house-like structure with glass on sides and a pink roof. There are also several cars parked on the side of the church in this picture.

Also known as: N/A

Address: Duke St. cor. Buffalo St., Greenhills East Village, Mandaluyong City [View Map]

Telephone: (02)725-2044

Fax: (02)724-4139

Pastor: Rev. Fr. Alexius V. Magtibay, OSJ

Office Hours: Daily 8:00am-12:00pm & 1:30pm-5:30PM

Mass Schedule

Monday to Friday: 6:15am 7:15am 6:15pm

Saturday: 6:15am 7:15am

Saturday Anticipated Mass: 6:15pm 7:15pm

Sunday: 6:15am 7:15am 8:15am 9:15am 10:15am 11:15am 12:15pm 6:15pm 7:15pm 8:15pm

Novenas

St. Anthony of Padua: Tuesday after the 7:15am mass

Our Lady of Perpetual Help: Wednesday after the 7:15am mass

St. Joseph: Wednesday after the 6:15pm mass

Sacraments

Confession: Wednesday and Friday 7:15am; Saturday and Sunday 6:15pm 7:15pm

Baptism: Saturday and Sunday 9:00am 9:30am 10:00am 10:30am 11:00am 11:30am 3:00pm 3:30pm 4:00pm 4:30pm 5:00pm

Wedding: Monday to Saturday 9:00am-10:30am, 11:00am-12:30pm, 2:00-3:30pm, 4:00-5:30pm; Sunday 2:00-3:30pm, 4:00-5:30pm

Annointing of the Sick: by appointment

Photo Gallery

The sanctuary of Santuario De San Jose is mostly red wood and dirty white marble with gold-colored highlights. The crucifix is at the top center on a light brown wood background enclosed by red wood with gold-colored decoration in the form of a repeating pattern of shapes of heart and pine. Below the crucifix is a gold decoration with several curls on a red wood background; the top of it is a circle with letters JHS and below it is the tabernacle with a semi-oblong door. In front of the tabernacle is the altar, with a white cloth on top and red with gold highlights on the sides. On the left (right if you are facing the congregation) is the podium of the lectors; it is red in color with golden curls, and gold embosses of the four living creatures: lion, ox, eagle, and man. On the marble part of the wall, just outside the red border surrounding the crucifix are statues of young Jesus with Saint Joseph on the left; they are both wearing brown and Joseph os holding a staff. On the part of the marble wall right of the crucifix is a statue of Mary with blue and white clothes surrounded by several small angels.A small house-like structure with glass walls and pink roof. Inside the structure, visible through the glass is a statue of Mary. She is wearing white clothing and golden crown, with the immaculate heart exposed. The structure is surrounded by six posts, through which a cord with balls (actually a very large rosary) passes through, effectively surrounding the structure.A statue of St. Joseph Marello just outside of the main entrance of Santuario De San Jose. Here, St. Joseph Marello has balding brown hair and wears a red clerical attire. His left hand is down while his right hand is slightly raised. On his right hand, his thumb and index finger are straight while his other fingers are slightly bent as if he is giving a signal to someone. His left hand is holding a thick book, possibly a bible. He also wears a chain with a large cross pendant. The front of the pedestal of the statue shows a text: St. Joseph Marello, Founder of the Oblates of St. Joseph (1884-1895). Further below the pedestal are text containing his biography and a prayer of patronage to him.This is what you will see at the back of the inside of Santuario De San Jose, a stained glass window made of two concentric opaque circle, and an opaque cross dividing both circles into four sections. The inner circle has a yellow sunflower-like pattern inside, and outside are blue and cyan diamond patterns. Each of the four sections of the outer circle has circular stained glass depicting Saint Joseph the earthly father of Jesus: a carpentry shop, Joseph with Mary in what looks like the flight to Egypt, Joseph talking to angels in dreams, and the fourth one is blur, but I can see Joseph with another man in blue and white holding a staff. Below and in front of this stained glass decoration is a loft that provides an additional sitting area for the congregation. On each side of the circular window are banners about th Santuario De San Jose's 50th anniversary. Four chandeliers hanging from the ceiling are also visible in this picture. Each chandelier is made up of four lamps with equal elevation surrounding a fifth lamp that is positioned lower.This is what you will see at the back of the inside of Santuario De San Jose, a stained glass window made of two concentric opaque circle, and an opaque cross dividing both circles into four sections. The inner circle has a yellow sunflower-like pattern inside, and outside are blue and cyan diamond patterns. Each of the four sections of the outer circle has circular stained glass depicting Saint Joseph the earthly father of Jesus: a carpentry shop, Joseph with Mary in what looks like the flight to Egypt, Joseph talking to angels in dreams, and the fourth one is blur, but I can see Joseph with another man in blue and white holding a staff. Below and in front of this stained glass decoration is a loft that provides an additional sitting area for the congregation. On each side of the circular window are banners about th Santuario De San Jose's 50th anniversary. Four chandeliers hanging from the ceiling are also visible in this picture. Each chandelier is made up of four lamps with equal elevation surrounding a fifth lamp that is positioned lower.


Published on March 16, 2019 under categories: Parish Churches.


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