List of Churches and Chapels In Las Piñas and Parañaque For Visita Iglesia

21428860253_8268dd7240_zt Today, I want to share another list of churches and chapels that you might want to consider visiting this coming Holy Week. In case you are in Cavite or planning to visit the Cavite Province for Holy Week, feel free to check my first list of Churches in Cavite for Visita Iglesia or you might consider visiting a Retreat Center or Pilgrim sites near Manila, Here’s the list for you! I was able to explore some churches in Las Piñas last year and I had an unplanned pilgrimage in Parañaque last month (will blog it soon) so allow me to share a list them all here since Las Piñas and Parañaque were not too far from each other.
21428860253_8268dd7240_z1. St Joseph Parish Church (better known as the Bamboo Organ Church) – If there is one church in Las Piñas that everybody is aware of, it would be the Bamboo Organ Church. They just celebrated the 41th Bamboo Organ Festival last week in commemoration of the 200th Anniversary of their Bamboo organ pipes which is still functional up to this day.
2. Holy Family Parish – Alamanza Dos, Las Piñas
3. Mary Immaculate Parish (Nature Church) – Apollo III, Las Piñas ©
4. Saint Joseph The Worker Parish – Ontario, Las Piñas22718716387_0e9b1c2e7b_z5. San Isidro Labrador Church – Contrary to what you can see outside, this church has  lavish interior and magnificent altar. They also have a huge Chapel of Saints underneath.21861826790_e7e8e9c8eb_z (1)6. Shrine of The Five Wounds of Our Lord Jesus Christ– This is probably one of the most modern church I have ever visited. The story behind the architecture is really interesting as the architect patterned it to a marine organism known as “nautilus”. It is located in Alabang-Zapote Rd., (Talon Uno), Las Piñas City

IMG_0496_as_Smart_Object_1_1_d56b56209b4b85987f8936c3d63f6efc7. Mary Mother of The Church Parish – Alabang-Zapote Rd., (Talon Uno), Las Piñas City
8. Parish of The Last Supper – Pamplona Tres, Las Pinas
9. Good Shepherd Parish – Cherry Blossom St., Dona Manuela Subdivision, Pamplona Tres
22023814206_5440231961_z10. Santuario De San Ezekiel Moreno – A newly built church founded by Villar Foundation and is currently dubbed as the grandest center of faith  in South Metro Manila. It has a huge Colombarium and a small museum with San Ezekiel Moreno’s relic. 21862114118_62e75d6d1e_z (1)11.Notre Dame De Vie Chapel at Palazzo Verde – It’s a very huge garden reception venue designed and created by Al De Veyra who is also the mastermind behind the famous Fernwood Gardens in Metro North. I am not sure though if they are open during Holy Weekcoollogo_com-50135205Resurrection-of-Our-Lord-Parish1. Resurrection Of The Lord Parish – Gng. E. Gatches St., BF Homes, Phase 1
2. Presentation of the Child Jesus Parish – Francisco Cruz Cor. Aguirre Ave., BF Homes, Phase 3

P2012601t3. National Shrine of Our Mother of Perpetual Help (Baclaran Church) – BaclaranP2012642t4.Saint Andrew Cathedral – Quirino Ave., La Huerta
American_Wheelchair_Mission_e3d956f9377d9274365d6b899443fd5e5. Holy Eucharist Parish – Schirra, Parañaque,

6. Holy Infant Jesus Parish – Corner Pres. Aguinaldo Street, Pres. Roxas, Parañaque
ZZASDSDFSF7. Mary Help of Christians National Shrine – Better Living Subd., Brgy. Don Bosco © 
8.Our Lady of Beautiful Love Parish – 80 Washington St., Merville Park Subd
ZDFSAWFDF9.Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Parish – 4098 Bougainville Rd., Sun Valley 1 Subd

10.Saint Martin De Porres Parish – Narra St., United Hills Village, Paranaque City, Metro Manila
11.San Antonio De Padua Parish – 139 San Antonio Avenue Corner San Pancrasio Streets
12.Santa Rita De Cascia Parish – Baclaran

16 thoughts on “List of Churches and Chapels In Las Piñas and Parañaque For Visita Iglesia

  • February 26, 2016 at 6:35 am

    Hey have you asked the office of the 5 wounds when taking phot of their church? Iey are very maarte and need to give them letter muna.

    • February 26, 2016 at 6:38 am

      Really? When we got there, wala naman sumaway sa akin haha.. i even went to the upper floor to take photos… maybe kasi pumunta kami dun ng Monday and there are no mass or maybe were just lucky enough that none of their administrators were there hehe

  • February 27, 2016 at 1:58 am

    Number one church in Las Pinas is ancient while number eleven is majestic! I often see number six whenever we go to my husband’s parents’ home and yes you are right, its a modern looking church! Hehe

  • February 27, 2016 at 3:21 am

    Wow!!! This is a great compilation!!! I’m always amazed with the architecture of churches 🙂

  • February 27, 2016 at 5:15 am

    Shrine of the Five Wounds — interesting architecture for a church! This is a very helpful list! Appreciate the effort in putting this list together, very timely for the coming Holy Week 🙂

  • February 27, 2016 at 6:31 am

    Lovely! Our churches really are a sight to see, aside from their attractive history. Bigla kong na-miss yung Binondo posts mo, hahaha, for some reason. Awesome!

  • February 27, 2016 at 6:53 am

    Great compilation and a perfect guide for those travelers eyeing chapels and churches. 🙂

  • February 28, 2016 at 9:49 am

    Ahh too bad I’m not from the South! But I found this really helpful, thanks for the list!

  • February 28, 2016 at 11:40 pm

    Thanks for sharing this, i will explore Calabarzon Soon and i’ll visit this churches that you featured 🙂

  • February 29, 2016 at 12:07 am

    I am not that much of a devout Catholic but I do love visiting churches. I have not been to any of those you mentioned, but I sure hope I can visit them one day soon! 🙂

  • January 12, 2017 at 12:29 am

    Hi, I’ve seen a church almost across SM Bicutan (it can be seen if you’re on your way to Better Living). Is that a Catholic Church? Do you happen to know the name and street?

  • March 5, 2017 at 10:27 pm

    Hi, is your list mga parish church lang? Check out as well the Our Lady of Fatima Church, Philam Life Villlage LP. If mga small churches, include as well St. Monica, Don Galo PQ and the small but grand St Dionysius, La Huerta, PQ.
    Visita iglesias are traditionally nilalakad- i will share my route. every morning of Good Friday.
    1. National Shrine of Our Mother of Perpetual Help
    2. Saint Rita de Cascia’s Church
    3. Saint Monica’s Church
    4. Saint Andrew’s Cathedral
    5 Saint Dionysius Chapel
    6 Saint Joseph’s Church
    7 Saint Ezekiel Moreno’s Church
    Wear comfortable rubble shoes, bring umbrella, small towel, and water. If you start 5am at Baclaran church, you will reach Villar Sipag by 9am, by foot! I pray 2 Stations of the Cross per church plus 1 decade of Sorrowful Mystery per Church. On the 6th Church will be Hail Holy Queen. 7th Church will be the Litany of Loreto and Memorare.

    • March 6, 2017 at 4:37 am

      Hi John, thank you for this guide… I will update my list soon…


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