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interesting experience. the church needs improvement on its ventilation as it is hot even if there are various big fans around. the mural at the altar/front is very meaningful and detailed. it was painted with feelings.
Philippine churches are named in dedication to the Blessed Mother, Mary. The church of Sta. Cruz Manila is named Our Lady of the Pillar. It is a very active parish and is one of the unique churches: unlike other churches which has the statue of...More
What I like about this church is that it is open for very long hours. It closes at around 9PM so you have no reason not to drop by there to reflect, to meditate, to pray, to say thanks. Location is at the heart of...More
A very nice Baroque Roman catholic church name Santa Cruz Parish church stand in the district of the same name.
Just so close to the Escolta street which is the oldest street also in Manila, the Sta. Cruz church stands surrounded by business establishments usually...More
I always drop by everyday in this church after work when I was assigned in Sta. Cruz, Manila. Every night before heading home, I always drop by to have my daily Eucharistic Adoration. The Blessed Sacrament is usually exposed in the church's altar for everyone...More
It is an old church in what used to be the prime business center of old Manila. There is a beautiful fountain in front of the church.
During our visit last Saturday morning there was a wedding.
It is a popular Manila Church though not...More