St Jude Thaddeus Parish In Trece Martires Cavite
Since the weather was not cooperating with us and the rain started to fall, the plan is to make Sta Cruz Parish Church our last destination and conclude our pilgrimage by attending the mass but most of our members insisted that we should stick to our original itinerary so the majority wins and we decided to hit Trece Martires City despite of the weather condition.
Luckily, the rain stopped and we all managed to reach our destination safely. The sixth church on our list is located on San Agustin, Trece Martires Cavite, under the patronage of Saint Jude Thaddeus, the patron saint of lost causes and desperate situations
Saint Jude Thaddeus Parish has a very interesting facade. They have a huge balcony on top with a life-sized image of Saint Jude. It has an arch-shaped facade facing in four different direction forming a cross-like shape if you viewed it from top (you can check the map here)I can’t find details about the church history but it seems not too old compare to the previous churches we visited. The church’s nave and altarI was overwhelmed by the huge cross on the main altar which is seemingly designed to look like it is floating. A closer view of the huge cross
Saint Jude Thaddeus on the SanctuaryA huge image of Moses holding the tablets of the Ten Commandments. One of our members thought it was Hagrid of Harry Potter lol
Check Out These Other Churches From Western Cavite too
Sto Niño De Ternate │Our Lady of The Assumption Parish│San Isidro Labrador Parish│Diocesan Shrine of Immaculate Conception of Mary│Sta Cruz Parish Church│St Jude Thaddeus Parish│St Francis of Assisi
9 thoughts on “St Jude Thaddeus Parish In Trece Martires Cavite”
very beautiful church with a very special arch, and the stained glass are exceptionally nice to see.. I also love the very last photo, wow, it is so beautifully shot!! 🙂
We used to visit St. Jude church in Manila but I cannot recall the facade or the inside of the church. And since we never really venture far beyond our churches of choice ( three of them), I have no idea how other churches around Manila and its vicinity looks like. So these series of church posts give me an idea of the outside and inside of Philippine religious places.
thanks you Sir Jo
I noticed you like visiting churches. I’m sure you are familiar with the belief that once you visit a church for the first time you can make a wish. Do you believe that?
yes Marge.. i believe that superstition haha
So you must have made 100 wishes by now!
I realised there are so many churches in Manila and named after many different Saints. Interesting!
hahaha i haven’t reach hundred churches yet LOL
Like you I like churches also specially the old one, It is more interesting!
Nice blog! Since we borh like going to churches as it also gives me divine enlightenment at thus nourishes my inner soul.
It would also nice if you can add mass schedules in case readers would like to catch up their weekly mass in your featured church/es. Thanks!