San Felipe Neri Parish Church/ The Church of Mandaluyong (Mandaluyong City)

The Church of Mandaluyong:

San Felipe Neri Parish Church

About the Church: In October 30,1863 the Parish was erected Canonically with Reverend Father Francisco Gimenez as Parish Priest. In 1870, Father Gavino Ruiz, the incumbent Parish Priest was authorized to purchase a new Church site from the Augustinian Fathers for 475 Pesos con 35 Centimos. The corner stone of the Church was blessed on March 25,1870.

My Thoughts About the Church: Having been a long time resident of Mandaluyong i found it odd that i do not know anything about the Oldest Church of the City. All I knew was that it was the oldest but as to how old?? Searching the internet about the Church turned negative so we decided to pay the Church Office a Visit and thanks to Ms. Marlyn Bernardo for giving us a Brief History of the Parish.

The Church is a Beautiful stone Church dedicated to San Felipe Neri. It has the unique distinction of being the only Church in the Philippines with San Felipe Neri as its Patron.

Where is the Church Located: The San Felipe Neri Parish Church is located along Boni Avenue, Barangay Poblacion in the City of Mandaluyong

How Can the Church by Contacted: The Church can be contacted thru Telephone No(s) 5314827 and 5312931. They may be contacted also thru their Facebook Page: San Felipe Neri Parish (OFFICIAL)

Map Showing the Location of the Church:

San Felipe Neri Parish Church of Mandaluyong

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