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38 Churches to explore in Metro Manila

Metro Manila

The region is the center of culture, economy, education, and government of the Philippines.

Archdiocesan Shrine of Saint Anne - Taguig City
Archdiocesan Shrine of Saint Anne - Taguig City18 Gen. A Luna St, Taguig, 1637 Metro Manila, Philippines

A Catholic church located at Barangay Santa Ana, Taguig. The church houses the Museo De Sta. Ana, which contains religious relics and repository of artifacts detailing the rich religious culture and history of Taguig since 1857. The structure of the church follows the barn-style Baroque architecture design "with its very defined articulation of both vertical and horizontal bays topped by a simple triangular pediment."

Binondo Church
Binondo ChurchPlaza Lorenzo Ruiz, Binondo, 1006 Metro Manila, Philippines

The original structure of the Binondo Church, formally known as Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Parish was constructed in 1596. Founded by Dominican friars, it is one of the oldest places of Christian worship in the Philippines. Most parts of the church was collapsed and the octagonal bell tower, however, is the only significant remaining part of the original structure. It was reconstructed in three phases and completed in 1984 and ti was now one of the key attractions in this area.

Chapel of the Most Blessed Sacrament
Chapel of the Most Blessed SacramentSecond Floor, La Salle Hall South Wing, 2401, 1004 Taft Ave, Malate, Manila, 1004 Metro Manila, Philippines

One of the main and the largest chapel in the Philippines. The chapel was designed in the art deco style by the commissioned architect, Tomas Mapua. Built-in the 1930s and is now one of the main attractions in this area.

Church of the Gesu
Church of the GesuKatipunan Ave Ateneo de Manila Campus, Quezon City, 1800 Metro Manila, Philippines

The Church of the Gesu is the Roman Catholic church of the Ateneo de Manila University campus in Quezon City in the Philippines. The landmark becomes designed via Jose Pedro Recio and Carmelo Casas. The edifice’s huge triangular structure symbolizes the Holy Trinity, as well as the 3-fold challenge and vision of the college. It was one of the main attraction in this area.

Dambanang Kawayan - St. John the Baptist Parish Church
Dambanang Kawayan - St. John the Baptist Parish ChurchMaestrang Pinang, Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines

Dambanang Kawayan, officially known as Saint John the Baptist Parish, is a Roman Catholic parish church located in Barangay Ligid-Tipas in Taguig, Philippines. This church of Tipas formerly belonged to the Immaculate Conception Parish of Pasig and later transferred to the Shrine of Saint Anne in Sta. it was now one of the main attractions in this area.

Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Our Lady of the Abandoned
Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Our Lady of the AbandonedJ.P. Rizal, Corner V. Gomez St, Marikina, 1801 Metro Manila, Philippines

Also known as OLA Church, this Spanish-era church is located along J. P. Rizal Street in Santa Elena. The church was started by the Augustinians in 1687 and was finished in 1690. On October 21, 1791, the whole parish was consecrated under the Marian title, Nuestra Sra. Delos Desamparados, the second oldest parish in the Philippines after that of Sta.

Diocesan Shrine and Parish Our Lady of Light
Diocesan Shrine and Parish Our Lady of LightA., Bonifacio Ave, Cainta, 1900 Rizal, Philippines

The Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Our Lady of Light, popularly known as Cainta Church, is a Roman Catholic parish church located in the heart of Manila. The church also operates a neighboring school, Cainta Catholic College. From its time of erection as a parish in 1760 until 1983, it belonged to the Archdiocese of Manila. This church has so many histories to say and it's one of the famous churches from ancient time.

EDSA Shrine
EDSA ShrineEDSA, corner Ortigas Ave, Ortigas Center, Quezon City, 1100 Metro Manila, Philippines

One of the popular shrine located in the Metro Manila which serves as a monument to the Virgin Mary, the protector of those who participated in the People Power Revolution of 1986. This place is now one of the popular attractions in this area and daily a lot of people visit this place.

Immaculate Conception Cathedral (Pasig Cathedral)

This is the first Marian Parish in the Philippines. The Augustinian Missionaries founded it in 1572. The original patroness of the church was the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary whose feast falls on 2 July. The title of Immaculate Conception was only recognized on 25 April 1587.

Jesús dela Peña Chapel
Jesús dela Peña Chapel62 Zamora, Marikina, 1804 Metro Manila, Philippines

Jesus dela Pena Chapel is a historic visita in Marikina where the primary Catholic Mass changed into held. Built by means of the Society of Jesus within the yr 1630 with the permission of the reigning Archbishop of Manila, its established order marked the beginning of the recorded history of Marikina, which become once a massive and mountainous vicinity traversed via the Marikina River.

Mary Immaculate Parish Nature Church
Mary Immaculate Parish Nature ChurchApollo III, Moonwalk Village, Las Pinas, Metro Manila, Philippines

The church is the signature structure in the complex which spreads over a 4,000 square meter mango orchard beside a flowing creek. The church stands under a canopy of mango boughs, the altar section concealed from street view by thick tropical palms and plants thus providing the necessary privacy for prayer and meditation.

Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene
Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene363 Quezon Blvd, Quiapo, Manila, 1001 Metro Manila, Philippines

Quiapo Church, also known as St.John the Baptist Parish, is located in the District of Quiapo, Manila, and is one of the most famous churches in the Philippines. This Roman Catholic Church houses the venerated statue of Jesus Christ, known as the Black Nazarene and hence the official name, Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene. The Church currently belongs to the Archdiocese of Manila.

National Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima
National Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima2 Fatima Ave, Valenzuela, Metro Manila, Philippines

This is a christ parish church which was located in the Diocese of Malolos in the Philippines. The shrine is one of the three major pilgrimage sites in the Diocese of Malolos, with the National Shrine of St. Anne in Hagonoy and the National Shrine of Divine Mercy in Marilao as the other sites.

National Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe
National Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe1923 Orense, Makati, 1212 Metro Manila, Philippines

The National Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe is located at 1923 Orense Street, Guadalupe Nuevo Makati City. It is under the jurisdiction of the Archdiocese of Manila. The Church was established in the 17th century and, at first, named Our Lady of Grace Church. It was only in the Year 1803 when its name was changed to Our Lady of Guadalupe.

National Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes
National Shrine of Our Lady of LourdesN.S. Amoranto Sr. St, Santa Mesa Heights, Quezon City, 1114 Metro Manila, Philippines

A huge church which was also called a Lourdes church is located in the heart of Quezon City and is famous among the city. The present church was completed and inaugurated in 1951. In 1997, it was declared as a national shrine by the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines.

National Shrine of Our Mother of Perpetual Help (Baclaran Church)
National Shrine of Our Mother of Perpetual Help (Baclaran Church)Redemptorist Road, Baclaran, Parañaque, Kalakhang Maynila, Philippines

The National Shrine of Our Mother of Perpetual Help also known as Redemptorist Church and colloquially as the Baclaran Church, is a prominent national shrine dedicated to Our Lady of Perpetual Help along Roxas Boulevard in Baclaran. The church enshrines the icon of Our Mother of Perpetual Help and is one of the largest Marian churches in the Philippines. Devotion to Our Mother of Perpetual Help is popular amongst Filipino Catholics.

Nuestra Señora de Gracia Church
Nuestra Señora de Gracia Church7440 Bernardino, Makati, 1211 Kalakhang Maynila, Philippines

A huge Baroque Roman Catholic church in Makati, Philippines. It was one of the famous buildings in this area. The church is a mixture of different architectural styles. An example of this is the façade which shows the Neo-Romanesque-Gothic style. The church is one of the most popular wedding venues in Metro Manila.

Our Lady of Remedies Parish (Malate Catholic Church)
Our Lady of Remedies Parish (Malate Catholic Church)2000 M. H. Del Pilar St, Malate, Manila, 1004 Metro Manila, Philippines

Malate Church was first built in 1588 and was dedicated to Nuestra Señora de Los Remedios. The statue of Our Lady of Remedies was brought over from Spain in 1624 and continues to stand at the altar to this day. The church is a Baroque-style church overlooking Plaza Rajah Sulayman and ultimately, the Manila Bay.

Our Lady of the Abandoned Parish (Mandaluyong)
Our Lady of the Abandoned Parish (Mandaluyong)Coronado Street, Hulo, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, Philippines

The Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Our Lady of the Abandoned, better known as Our Lady of the Abandoned Parish Church, is a Roman Catholic church in Marikina, the Philippines. The church enshrines one of several images of the Madonna and Child venerated as miraculous, which has received papal recognition.

Pateros Church
Pateros ChurchB. Morcilla St, Pateros, Metro Manila, Philippines

One of the former roman catholic diocese located in Pateros, Metro Manila. In this church, Santa Martha is enshrined inside a “virina” on the altar. Daily a lot of people visit this place and is one of the renowned places in Metro Manila.

Map of Churches to explore in Metro Manila