Saturday, January 9, 2016

THE SHRINE OF SAINT ANTHONY DE PADUA, Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines

The Shrine of Saint Anthony de Padua is located at the heart of Sampaloc area and the University Belt. It is under the administration of the Franciscan Friars; and is under the jurisdiction of the Archdiocese of Manila. 

The powerful intercession of the Saint, particularly on finding lost items, is drawing more and more people to visit the Shrine. Devotional Mass is celebrated every Tuesday.

THE SHRINE OF SAINT ANTHONY DE PADUA, Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines


How to go here using Public Transportation:
  • If you are coming from the NORTH (Monumento Area) or SOUTH (Baclaran Area): You may ride the LRT and alight off at Doroteo Jose Station. From there, go to C.M. Recto Avenue and look for Jeepneys bound to Cubao, Kalentong or San Juan. Ask the driver to alight you off at Bustillos. From there, you can just walk going to the Shrine.
  • If you are coming from the EAST (Rizal and Antipolo Area): You may ride the LRT 2 in Santolan Station. Alight off at Legarda Station. From there, you can ride a pedicab going to the Shrine or just walk.
  • If you are coming from the EAST (Taytay, Rizal and Rosario, Pasig Area): You may ride a Bus bound to Quiapo. Ask the driver to drop you off at Bustillos. From there, you can just walk going to the Shrine.
THE SHRINE OF SAINT ANTHONY DE PADUA, Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines

THE SHRINE OF SAINT ANTHONY DE PADUA, Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines

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