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Parish church in Diocese of Novaliches to be elevated as diocesan...

Urduja Village is formerly known in 1968 as the Philippine Homesite and Housing Corp., a government project in Zabarte, Novaliches

CBCP elevates Bataan’s St. John  Paul II Church to nat’l shrine...

The shrine and parish is located at the village of Culis in Bataan province’s Hermosa town.

Manila archbishop elevates San Jose de Trozo Parish to archdiocesan shrine

With the decree, the parish located on Masangkay Street is now officially the Archdiocesan Shrine of Saint Joseph

2 Manila churches declared archdiocesan shrines

To be a diocesan shrine, a church must be a place of historical significance, prayer and pilgrimage for a special reason of piety

Cainta Shrine gets affinity bond with papal basilica 

The grant was given by the Vatican’s Apostolic Penitentiary on September 28 and by the Papal Basilica on October 4 this year

National meeting of groups working in Catholic shrines set in September

The gathering will carry the theme “Developing a Systematic Approach to the Role of Shrines as ‘Dynamic Sources of Continuing Evangelization"

Muntinlupa Marian shrine gets affinity bond with Papal Basilica

The shrine announced the new spiritual grant during the Angelus at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, August 23

Cebu church declared Philippines’ first shrine dedicated to St. Rose of...

Located in Daanbantayan town at the northern tip of the island province of Cebu, the parish was founded in 1858

Magdalene shrine in Pililla recognized as ‘affiliate’ of France’s basilica

The shrine in Pililla, Rizal, was founded by the Franciscans in 1583 and is one of the most visited heritage churches in the province

Muntinlupa’s Our Lady of the Abandoned granted pontifical coronation

The Our Lady of the Abandoned is patroness of the mother parish of the city founded in 1863

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