Compare to the first two churches on our Pilgrimage tour, San Isidro Labrador Parish is relatively new. The construction of this building started in 2006 -2009 as a Quasi Parish (A quasi-parish is a community of the faithful which is not yet established as a parish for some reason) until officially declared as an independent Parish in 2012. Prior to that, they stated off as a chapel which can still be found beside the church.
(The church’s facade). The church can be found along Naic – Indang Road. They got a limited space outside so it’s quite hard to take a good shot of their facade.
The view of the church from the other side of the road. The facade actually reminds me of our very own San Roque Parish Church in Cavite City but in a smaller scale. It is also interesting to note that aside from San Isidro Labrador, San Roque (St Roch) is also one of their Patron Saints.The belfryThe church’s main door with carvings depicting their patron saintsA marker outside the church commemorating the official declaration of San Isidro Labrador Church as an Independent Parish headed by Cardinal Tagle.The church might look simple outside but we were all amazed after seeing the heavenly beautiful interior. The heaven-inspired ceiling paint adorned with angels is simply mesmerizing. It is very comforting and solemn as well. Not to mention its open altarI think our parish (San Roque Parish Cavite City) is also aiming for the same concept and I’m looking forward to itThe decorated ceiling near the choir loftA closer look to the main altarThe choir loft
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