Lucban is synonymous to Pahiyas – a yearly festivity for a bountiful harvest. The Pahiyas is celebrated during the feast day of St. Isidore – the Patron Saint of Farmers. This celebration is a thanksgiving event for last year’s bountiful harvest and an offering for next year’s harvest. […]
So where is it? The biggest church bell in Asia and 3rd in the world is located in Pan-ay, Capiz. The bell is still currently in use by the Parish of Sta Monica in Pan-ay. The bell is made up of 70 sacks of coins and measures 70 […]
This is St Agustine Church in Bay (pronounced as Ba-e), Laguna. The stone church was initially built in 1804 and was completed in 1864. The church has early renaissance facade and a 4-storey bell tower. Story to follow.
This is St John the Baptist Church (Lilio Church) in Liliw, Laguna. The church is even made more famous because of its elegant facade and brick-baroque style architecture. Story to follow.
This is the grand century old San Sebastian Church in Lumban, Laguna. It was erected in 1600 and the first stone church built in Laguna. Story to follow.
This is the magnificent century old Church of St Magdalene in Magdalena, Laguna. The church was built in its entirety in 1855. Interestingly, Emilio Jacinto, a Philippine Revolutionary Hero, was wounded, took refuge in the convent and died here. Until today, his blood stains is being preserved where […]
Laguna | The Century Old Nagcarlan Church of St Bartholomew the Apostle | Top Places To See In Laguna
This is St Bartholomew the Apostle Church in Nagcarlan, Laguna. This church was built in 1752 during the Spanish Colonial period. Story to follow.
This is the century old Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Pagsajan, Laguna. Story to follow.
This is the Archdiocesan of St. Anthony De Padua or commonly known as Pila Church located in the heritage town of Pila, Laguna. To commemorate the 350th death anniversary of the Saint In 1578, Pila Church became the Parish of St. Anthony De Padua and making it the […]
This is the Chapel in Trappist Monastery located in the province of Guimaras. Story to follow.
This is the Old Catarman Church Ruins also known as Gui-ob Church in Camiguin. The Church was destroyed when Mt Vulcan exploded on May 13, 1971. Today, only its walls remain. The Old Catarman Church ruins is made from coral stones. The ruins is open to the public […]