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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

‘Nuestra Señora de los Angeles’ of Binangonan granted episcopal coronation

Bishop Francisco De Leon approved the coronation in a decree issued on June 29

Antipolo shrine to join global praying of rosary with Pope Francis

The pope’s rosary will be broadcast live at 6:00 p.m. from the Basilica of St. Mary Major in Rome, midnight of June 1 in the Philippines

Papal nuncio to lead reenactment of ‘Aranzazu’ canonical coronation

The devotion to the Virgin of Aranzazu dates back to as early as 1469 in Spain, and was introduced to the Philippines in 1705

Angono church elevated to diocesan shrine

The elevation of the shrine was held during the 270th year of the erection of the Spanish-era chaplaincy of the Angono hacienda in 1751

‘La Virgen de Sapao’ of Cardona granted pontifical coronation

Cardona’s patroness is the fifth Marian image to be granted a pontifical coronation in the Antipolo diocese

Antipolo shrine inaugurates ‘Hail Mary Wall’ for pilgrims

The wall is an invitation to pilgrims from the various regions of the Philippines and other countries to pray and reflect

Church in Antipolo diocese declared as diocesan shrine dedicated to St....

The church in Baras is the oldest parish dedicated to St. Joseph in the Southern Tagalog region, existing for 335 years

Rizal’s St. Clement Parish declared diocesan shrine

Angono's town fiesta and fluvial procession is one of the most visited religious and cultural events in the country

Philippine bishops endorse petition to elevate Antipolo church as ‘international shrine’

The Antipolo church is home to the 17th century image of the brown-skinned Madonna known as the "Nuestra Señora de la Paz y Buen Viaje"

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