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The renovation and restoration is now complete and it was a pleasure to walk around this Cathedral this morning. The church is quite busy with worshippers but there is still much to see.
Good example of Spanish church architecture with nearby adjoined bell tower. Quite...More
The Immaculate Conception Metropolitan Cathedral in Roxas City in the Province of Capiz, Panay is a pretty new one. Although the town of Capiz (which later became Roxas City) was founded in 1707 (while the Spaniards, including some missionaries, were already in the site as...More
This cathedral stands in the very center of Roxas City, next to the province house, city hall and the Spanish bridge, in a small park.
As such, it's worth a visit if you're in Roxas City anyway. It's a nice cathedral where they have taken...More
I call this a majestic place because it has this special ambiance that you can feel if you are in this place. We went here in the afternoon and went back again at night. In the afternoon, you can see a lot of people visiting...More
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The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception is an impressive church located on the banks of the Panay River. Entry is from the right hand side as you face the cathedral. A primitive church was on this site before 1698, the year in which a typhoon...More
During my boyhood days in Roxas City, I learned my Catholic teachings in this Immaculate Conception Cathedral. Our catechism teacher then was a jolly young priest named Father Sin who was always smiling. Little did we know that this young priest many years later would...More