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St. Joseph the Worker Parish Church

Victorias City, Negros Occidental, Philippines


About St. Joseph the Worker Parish Church

A roman catholic church which was located in the heart of the NEgros Occidental. This church has a lot of history to say and It is considered as the first example of modern sacred architecture in the Philippines. It is dedicated to St. Joseph the Worker. The church is also known for its modern altar painting of the so-called "Angry Christ" painted in vivid colors by Alfonso Ossorio, the Filipino-American abstract expressionist artist.

Attractions near St. Joseph the Worker Parish Church

Bernardino Jalandoni Museum12.96km from St. Joseph the Worker Parish Church

The Bernardino Jalandoni Museum is located inside the Jalandoni Ancestral House in Silay City. The Museum is owned by one of the prominent citizens of Silay – Don Bernardino Jalandoni. The house commenced its structure in 1908.  It turned museum opened doors for public viewing only in 1993. It was the first heritage house of its kind to come up at Silay City.

The Ruins20.96km from St. Joseph the Worker Parish Church

The Ruins Mansion is a famous tourist destination in Bacolod/Negros. It is the remains of the mansion built by Don Mariano as a testament of his love for Maria Braga.  It is also known as the “Taj Mahal” of Negros. Amidst the cruelties of life and World War 2, this testament still stood the test of time.  The mansion was built in the early 1900s and inspired by Italian architecture.

Capitol Park and Lagoon25.78km from St. Joseph the Worker Parish Church

The Capitol Park and Lagoon is a provincial park located in Bacolod, Negros Occidental, in the Philippines. One of the features of the park are matching sculptures depicting a woman standing alongside a water buffalo and that of a man pulling another water buffalo. It is one of the famous places which was located in the heart of Bacolod and a lot of people visits this place to spend some free time here.

The Negros Museum25.96km from St. Joseph the Worker Parish Church

Negros Museum is a privately owned provincial museum situated in the Negros Occidental Provincial Capitol Complex in Bacolod, Philippines. The museum is the first in its kind to not house precious archaeological artifacts but rather was designed to display Negrense lifestyle and society, which includes old furnishings and loaned items from ancestral houses. It also includes art exhibits and expositions from different local artists and foreign artists resident in Negros Island Region.

San Sebastian Cathedral26.65km from St. Joseph the Worker Parish Church

Famously called Bacolod Cathedral, the San Sebastian Cathedral is the most famous religious and historical landmark in the province of Bacolod. It was first built as a little chapel made of wood in the early 19th century. That time, the church only had one small bell. the church was reconstructed in 1882 into a bigger structure made of coral stones from Guimaras and hardwood from Palawan. It was one of the famous pilgrimage centres in this area.

Bacolod Public Plaza26.75km from St. Joseph the Worker Parish Church

One of the remarkable landmarks of Bacolod City is the Bacolod Public Plaza, a 2-hectare trapezoidal park with trees around the periphery and a gazebo at the center. Constructed in 1927 with music as the theme, the plaza has been a perfect place for recreation, political, cultural, and spiritual activities. Today, the plaza is used as a gathering place for workers, students, and families during all times of the year. Church service is also held at the park during Sundays.

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It is known as the "Sugarbowl of the Philippines", Negros Occidental produces more than half the nation's sugar output.