,,parati kaming ngpupunta dito sa Quiapo church malapit lang kasi sa PIYU kaya nilalakad nlang nmen, pra lang makapagsimba peo hindi parepareho ung araw minsan wednesday , Friday , or di kayay Sunday .
As I struggled through a narrow lane under the swath of crowds, I saw a surge of people in front of the church, and there were cheerful chants, candles and flowers selling booths, which were holding Mass activities. At this time, I remember that today is the day of collective pilgrimage for Catholics every week.
Quiapo Church, also known as the Black Face Nazarene Church of Jesus, is a Catholic church, named for its life-size wooden black statues of Jesus. It is one of the most famous landmarks in Manila. Many believers still believe that the black statues of Jesus in churches have magical power and bring good luck to people.
How can you travel to Manila without visiting this church to feel the local customs?
Although the church looks like, after the baptism of wind and rain, there are some damaged, but the interior is still relatively well preserved.
Among the many churches in Manila, this one belongs to the one that feels more beautiful.
Tall buildings, very distinctive, with white as the keynote, very commendable
It feels very good. I like this place very much. I like this place very much. I really like it very much.
The solemn church is very beautiful. Once inside, the solemn and sacred feeling of the church comes to the place where there are stories.
A very old church, many buildings are some cracks, experienced earthquakes and wars, it is not easy to be here perseverance.