Churches covered in the Facades book

Below is the list of the churches that is included in the book Philippine Church Facades and an interview of the author, Pedro Galende, OSA.

Malabon ChurchMetro Manila

San Agustin, Manila Cathedral, Malate, San Sebastian, Binondo, Santa Ana, Quiapo, Tondo, Gaudalupe in Makati, Malabon, Pasig

Northern Luzon

Ilocos Norte Laoag, Bacarra, Sarrat, Piddig, Batac, Badoc, Paoay, San Nicolas, Dingras

Ilocos Sur Tagudin, Sta. Lucia, Candon, Santa Maria, Narvacan, Bantay, Vigan, Magsingal, Cabugao, Sinait, San Vicente, Santiago, San Esteban

Tumauini ChurchLa Union Bauang, San Fernando, Bacnotan, Luna, Balaoan, Bangar

Pangasinan Manaog, Dagupan, Calasiao

Abra Tayum

Batanes Mahatao, Basco, Sabtang, Ivana

Cagayan Tuguegarao, Rizal,

Isabela Tumauini

Nueva Vizcaya Bayombong, Bambang, Dupax del Sur

Guiguinto ChurchCentral Luzon

Bataan Abucay, Balanga, Orion, Orani

Bulacan Bulacan, Obando, Marilao, Baliuag, Malolos, Guiguinto, Angat, Plaridel, Malolos, Hagonoy, San Miguel de Mayumo, Barasoain, Calumpit

Nueva Ecija Gapan

Pampanga Bacolor, San Fernando, Angeles, Candaba, Betis, Guagua, Santa Rita, Santa Ana, San Luis, Apalit, Lubao, Minalin

Zambales Masinloc
Romblon Church

Southern Luzon

Batangas Taal, Batangas City, Caysasay, Bauan, Balayan, Lipa, San Jose

Cavite Maragondon, Kawit

Laguna Nagcarlan, Longos, Pakil, San Pablo, Majayjay, Paete

Quezon Tayabas, Lucban

Rizal Tanay, Morong, Baras

Romblon Romblon

Palawan Cuyo

Camarines Norte Paracale, Vinzons

Camarines Sur Naga, Penafrancia, San Jose

Albay Daraga, Malilipot, Tabaco

Catanduanes Bato

Naga ChurchVisayas

Capiz Dumalag, Pan-ay, Dumarao, Roxas

Antique Anini-y

Iloilo San Jose, Tigbauan, Miag-ao, San Joaquin, Pavia, Santa Barbara, Cabatuan, Lambunao, Dingle, Molo

Negros Occidental Bacolod, Hinigaran, San Carlos

Negros Oriental Bacong, Amlan

Bohol Dimiao, Loboc, Baclayon, Dauis, Loon

Dapitan Church

Cebu Pardo, Sto. Nino, Cebu Cathedral, Dumanjug, Argao, Minglanilla, Carcar, San Fernando, Oslob, Dalaguete, Daan Bantayan, Boljoon, Naga, Bogo, Guinatilan, Samboan

Siquijor Lazi, Siquijor

Eastern Samar Guiuan

Mindanao

Zamboanga del Norte Dapitan

Misamis Occidental Jimenez

Misamis Oriental Jasaan

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8 Comments

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  2. im so glad you featured all the colonial churches of nueva vizcaya. i was born and raised there before moving to nueva ecija. i was in fact baptized in bambang’s st. catherine’s church. you might want to drop by the bagabag church ruins in case magawi ka ulit sa NV. now, i really want my book. is it available now in the bookstores? popular, tradewind?

  3. shubert, I’m not sure if its available sa tradewinds but you can surely drop by san agustin to get your copy.

    i might be traveling to the Cagayan Valley after 24 September to do some church photography.

  4. Jaime, thanx for your visit and comment. The book is available at San Agustin Museum and soon in bookstores. The hardbound copy is P2,500 while the softbound copy is P2000.

  5. im am glad that u are featuring such churches to promote our tourism industry here in the philippines..on the other hand, i would like to comment why haven’t u included the Paoay Church in Paoay, Ilocos nOrte?..I’ve been there not just once but many times..and I think it is one of the most beautiful churches not only in the Philippines but in the whole world…

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