Visita Iglesia 2013

I’m so glad we pushed thru our plan to visit Cavite-based churches for our Visita Iglesia this year. We checked out a total of seven churches located in five different places: Bacoor, Imus, Dasmariñas, Silang and Tagaytay. Aside from the heavy traffic we encountered on our way to Tagaytay Rotonda and on our way home from Tagaytay, everything turned out fine.

After our fourth church, we had a late, meatless lunch at a Chowking store in Tagaytay. We also bought some fresh pineapples and other goodies from the roadside stalls. It was a long day for us but definitely very meaningful and fun. By the way, I was with the hubby and his family. My entire family was in Manila having their own Holy Week celebration. But the hubby and I headed back to Manila earlier than planned. I was able to meet with my family on Black Saturday and we heard mass together on Easter Sunday.


Here’s a photo blog of the churches we visited:

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1st Church (upper photos, facade and interior): Holy Trinity Parish in Bacoor City
2nd Church (lower photos, facade and interior): St. Michael Parish in Bacoor City

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3rd Church (upper photos, facade and interior): Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Parish in Dasmariñas, Cavite
4th Church (lower photos, facade and interior): Our Lady of La Salette Shrine in Silang, Cavite

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5th Church (upper photos, facade and interior): Our Lady of Lourdes Parish in Tagaytay City
6th Church (lower photos, facade and interior): Queen of Angels Church in Tagaytay City

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7th Church: Pink Sisters Chapel in Tagaytay City

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interior of Pink Sisters Chapel

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my OOTD, haha

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the hubby and I (pardon the oily faces, it was so hot outside and we were almost fnished with our Visita Iglesia at this time)

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my parents-in-law

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my FIL and my SIL

I hope to visit more churches in Cavite next year, and probably, cover some Batangas-based churches as well.

Where did you go for your Visita Iglesia last Maundy Thursday? :)

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