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Magdalena Church - Laguna

Located near Bonifacio Street in Barangay Tipunan in the municipality of Magdalena in Laguna, Magdalena Church is one of the oldest Spanish-colonial era churches of the province. The church is dedicated to St. Mary Magdalene . Magdalena Church Magdalena Church Details Also called St. Mary Magdalene Parish Church , Magdalena Church was constructed sometime in 1820. The first church was built using materials that are abundant in the area such as cogon and wood. Its first parish priest was Father Antonio Moreno , OFM who was appointed there in 1821.  Magdalena Church - Magdalena, Laguna In 1829, Magdalena Churc h was rebuilt using sturdier materials like stone, bricks, and adobe. The locals helped in its construction through paying taxes and also by providing labor (forced labor to be exact). The locals quarried stones and sand from the Pagsanjan River for the said construction.  Magdalena Church -  St. Mary Magdalene Parish Church Magdalena Church facade The plaza in front of Magda

Pagsanjan Church Revisted 2021

The first and last time that I got to visit Pagsanjan Church was during our 2015 Laguna-Quezon Visita Iglesia . It was the 4th church that we visited that day. Pagsanjan Church Revisited 2021 Pagsanjan Church Details For those who are not familiar with Pagsanjan Church , it is located in the poblacion of the town of Pagsanjan in Laguna. Pagsanjan Church is formally called Our Lady of Guadalupe . This Spanish-colonial era church was built/founded on November 12, 1687.  Pagsanjan Church - Pagsanjan, Laguna Pagsanjan Church facade Pagsanjan Church NHI Marker Pagsanjan Church Decree of Erection The original church was built using materials such as bamboo, nipa, and wood. It was rebuilt using adobe after only three years. The church underwent extensive renovation from 1847 - 1852. During this time, the Romanesque dome and belfry were built.  Inside Pagsanjan Church Pagsanjan Church interior Pagsanjan Church Main Altar Pagsanjan Church right altar Pagsanjan Church left altar Thro

Boso Boso Church - Rizal

Located in Sitio Old Bosoboso, Barangay San Jose, Antipolo City in the province of Rizal, Boso Boso Church  also called  Bosoboso Church is one of the beautiful Spanish-colonial era churches built in the province. It is also one of the oldest.  Boso Boso Church Boso Boso Church details Formally called Nuestra Senora de la Annunciata Parish Church , Boso Boso Church was originally built by Franciscan missionaries as a mission church in 1669. The church served as a sanctuary and conversion site for the Dumagat people who lived in the mountains of modern-day Rizal.  Boso Boso Church - Antipolo City, Rizal Nuestra Senora de la Annunciata Parish Church /   Boso Boso Church The gate of Boso Boso Church In 1741, the Jesuits took over the management of the church until t hey were expelled from the Philippines in 1768 and control of Bosoboso Church was turned over to the secular priests. St. Camillus de Lellis Boso Boso Church Porta Sancta Boso Boso Church NHI Marker Come, join me. Let

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