Visita Iglesia 2017: San Juan and Mandaluyong Churches

It is our devotion as Catholics to do Visita Iglesia every year, during the Holy Week.

Last year, we visited 7 Historical Churches in Manila. This year, we braved the scorching summer heat to reflect, pray, and visit 7 magnificent churches in San Juan and Mandaluyong and one in Quezon City since it’s on the way.

The details are going to be short, but it can serve as your guide if you haven’t completed this year’s Visita Iglesia yet, to help you with your planning, or just looking for a church in these areas.


1. Saint John The Baptist Church (Pinaglabanan Church)
Location: 140 Pinaglabanan St., San Juan City

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2. Mary the Queen Church
Location: Madison St., Greenhills West, San Juan City

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3. Shrine of Mary, Queen of Peace (EDSA Shrine)
Location: EDSA corner Ortigas Avenue, Quezon City

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4. San Roque Parish
Location: San Roque St., Barangka, Mandaluyong City

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5. Archdiocesan Shrine of Divine Mercy
Location: Maysilo Circle, Boni Avenue, Mandaluyong City

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6. San Felipe Neri Parish
Location: Boni Avenue corner Aglipay Street, Mandaluyong City

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7. Santuario del Santo Cristo
Location: 183 F. Blumentritt St., San Juan City

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If you need details on how to get there, drop a message in the comments section and we’ll do our best to help you.

You may also want to visit our previous post about last year’s Visita Iglesia. Aside from the churches, we included a brief background about what Visita Iglesia really means, where it started and why people do them.

Have a blessed Holy Week!

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