Wednesday, March 11, 2015

7 CATHOLIC CHURCHES, around the University Belt area, that you can visit for Visita Iglesia

1. THE SHRINE OF SAINT ANTHONY DE PADUA
  •  Address: 254 Manrique St., Sampaloc, Manila City, Metro Manila
  •  Landmarks:
    • Near LRT-2 Legarda Station
    • Near Jollibee Bustillos
THE SHRINE OF SAINT ANTHONY DE PADUATHE SHRINE OF SAINT ANTHONY DE PADUA


2. THE ARCHDIOCESAN SHRINE OF OUR LADY OF LORETO

  • Address: Jose Figueras ( Bustillos) St., Sampaloc, Manila City, Metro Manila
  • Landmarks:
    • Near LRT-2 Legarda Station
    • Right beside the Shrine of Saint Anthony of Padua

THE ARCHDIOCESAN SHRINE OF OUR LADY OF LORETOTHE ARCHDIOCESAN SHRINE OF OUR LADY OF LORETO

3. THE ABBEY OF OUR LADY OF MONTSERRAT (SAN BEDA CHAPEL)
  • Address:  638 Mendiola Street, San Miguel, Manila
  • Landmarks:
    • San Beda College 
    • Mendiola Peace Arch
    • Centro Escolar University
    • College of the Holy Spirit 




4. NATIONAL SHRINE OF SAINT JUDE THADDEUS
  • Address:Dr. Jose P. Laurel Sr. Street, San Miguel, Manila
  • Landmarks:
    • Malacañang Palace


5. NATIONAL SHRINE OF SAINT MICHAEL AND THE ARCHANGELS
  • Address: 1000 Gen. Solano St, San Miguel, Manila, Metro Manila
  • Landmarks:
    • Malacañang Palace

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NATIONAL SHRINE OF SAINT MICHAEL AND THE ARCHANGELS


6. MINOR BASILICA OF SAN SEBASTIAN (Our Lady of Mount Carmel Shrine)
  • Address: Pasaje del Carmen St, Quiapo, Manila, Metro Manila
  • Landmarks:
    • Plaza del Carmen
    • San Sebastian College
    • Near National Teacher's College and Samson College of Science and Technology
MINOR BASILICA OF SAN SEBASTIAN (Our Lady of Mount Carmel Shrine)MINOR BASILICA OF SAN SEBASTIAN (Our Lady of Mount Carmel Shrine)



7. MINOR BASILICA OF THE BLACK NAZARENE (Quiapo Church)
  • Address:  910 Plaza Miranda, Quiapo, Manila. Philippines. 
  • Landmarks:
    • Near LRT-2 Carriedo Station
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3 comments:

  1. Why not include the Santissimo Rosario parish inside the UST.

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    1. I haven't been to the Santissimo Rosario Parish, Father. But I will do my best to visit the Church, so I can feature it here. Salamat po! =)

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  2. This make sense I studied in CEU Manila and it is possible to walk to these churches. I never tried going to UST walking, maybe tricycle or pedicab

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