San Nicholas de Tolentino Parish Church/ Simbahan ng Dimiao/ The Church of Dimiao (Dimiao, Bohol)

The Church of Dimiao:

The Church of Dimiao

The Church of Dimiao / Photo @ Joelaldor / Wikimedia Commons

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Saint Peter the Apostle Parish Church/ Simbahan ng Loboc/ The Church of Loboc (Loboc, Bohol)

The Church of Loboc:

The Church of Loboc

The Church of Loboc /  Photo @ Jeroen Hellingman,

Main Altar and Side Altars of the Loboc Church / Credits: Temple Raider (Roy John de Guzman)

Main Altar and Side Altars of the Loboc Church / Photo Credits: Temple Raider (Roy John de Guzman)

About the Church:

The Church was  built in 1622 by Father de Torres. In 1638 it was destrtoyed by a fire and rebuilt in 1734. On October 15, 2013, around 8am, a 7.4 Magnitude Earthquake Rocked Bohol and the Loboc Church Collapsed.

The Earthquake of 2013:


Photo @ Robert Michael Poole @tokyodrastic


Photo @ Robert Michael Poole @tokyodrastic


Photo @ Robert Michael Poole @tokyodrastic


Photo @ Robert Michael Poole @tokyodrastic

My Visit to the Church:

In 2008 i had the Privilege and Honor to see the Loboc Church with my very eyes. The Church stood proudly beside the Loboc River, its reflection mirrored in the waters of the River. I would have not imagined that my first time to see her in her glory would be the last. The morning Earthquake of October 15,2013 virtually destroyed the Church, sending its once glorious facade crashing to the grounds, its walls weakened and its foundations shaken. I hope and pray that from the rubble, she would once again rise with her glory restored and take her rightful place among the Great Old Heritage Churches of the Country.

Other Pictures of the Church:

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La Purisima Concepcion de la Virgin Maria Church @ Baclayon, Bohol

How to Get Here: From Tagbilaran City one can take Jeepneys or a Tricycle. We paid P150.00 for a round trip via Tricycle.

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Saint Augustine Parish Church / Simbahan ni San Agustin / The Church of Panglao (Panglao, Panglao Island,Bohol)

About the Church: The Church was started by Father Valentin Utande from 1894-1897. The Church was inaugurated by Cebu Bishop Juan Gorordo on September 1,1924.

Where is the Church Located: The Church is located in Panglao Town in Panglao Island, BOHOL. There are Jeepneys which go here. Or you can also hire a Tricycle to take you there.

Other Blog Sites to Visit: PinoyRoadTrip, World Wanderings

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Our Lady of Assumption Parish Church (Dauis, Panglao Island, Bohol)

The Church is already the Fifth on the site and it was started in 1863 by Father Julio Saldana. It was consecrated by Cebu Bishop Juan Gorordo on August 23,1923. The Bell Tower was built from 1938-1939.

For a Map to the Church, click here: Google Map of Dauis Church

For Blog entries about the Church by other Bloggers, click on the following: Libotero, Mole on my Sole, Byahero Snap Shots, The Thirsty Blogger

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Cathedral of Saint Joseph the Worker (Tagbilaran City, Bohol)

The Church was first built in 1787 but was burned on December 23, 1798. It was rebuilt from 1839-1855 by Father Valero de San Sebastian. The Bell Tower was built from 1886-1891 by Father Jose Sanchez.

For a more detailed history of the Cathedral go to: Bohol-Philippines.Com, Boholweb

For Blog Entries about the Cathedral by other Bloggers click on the following: Journey’s and Travels, Libotero, Angel’s Church Visits

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Saint Vincent Ferrer Parish Church @ Calape, Bohol

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Our Lady of Light Church @ Loon, Bahol

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Diocesan Shrine of Saint Vincent Ferrer “Santa Cruz Church” (Maribojoc, Bohol)

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