Cavite Churches

accessory philippine wedding
philippine reception wedding
philippine photographer wedding
philippine wedding tradition
philippine wedding culture and superstitions
philippine weddings
philippine wedding budget
wedding vow
wedding procession
wedding ceremony
wedding honeymoon
wedding guest attendants
engagement party
wedding destination
wedding flowers florist philippines
Cavite wedding supplier
Cavite wedding vendor
Cavite Wedding vendors suppliers
Philippine wedding vendors suppliers
Philippine wedding suppliers
Philippine wedding churches
Philippine wedding cakes
Philippine wedding destination
Philippine wedding photographers
Philippine wedding caterers
Philippine caterers
Philippine photographers
Philippine couturiers
Tagaytay Cavite wedding destination
Tagaytay Cavite honeymoon destination
Cavite wedding destination
Cavite wedding vendors
Cavite wedding
Cavite Jeweler
Cavite Churches
Cavite florist
Tagaytay Cavite Restaurant
Tagaytay Cavite Florist
Cavite Church
Tagaytay Cavite Photographers
OPM Music, Pinoy, Filipino, Free, Lyrics, MP3
Listen to OPM music online
Free MP3 Codes

Churches of Cavite City – San Roque Church built in 1632; and San Pedro Apostol built in 1970, but was a revival of the old church of the same name which must have been put up between 1586  and 1591
St. Mary Magdalene Church, Kawit built not earlier than 1618 but not later than 1629
Our Lady of the Pillar Church, Imus built between 1825-1837
St. Michael Archangel Church, Bacoor where Fr. Mariano Gomez served as parish priest
St. Francis of Assissi Church, General Trias which must have been built as early as 1611
St. Gregory the Great Church, Indang which was completed before 1710
Our Lady of Candelaria Church, Silang built in 1595
Our Lady of Assumption Church, Maragondon built in 1595
Sto. Niño Church, Ternate built in 1692  
Holy Cross Church, Tanza built in 1839 and restored in 1873 after a strong earthquake  had  caused its collapse. The original structure was the site where Emilio Aguinaldo took his oath as President of the Revolutionary Government.
La Purisima Concepcion Church, Naic built between 1867-1888
St. John Nepomucene Church, Alfonso built in January 20, 1861.
Imus Cathedral

Imus, Cavite
The church is an exponent of old Hispanic architecture and exudes an ambience conducive to monastic life and spiritual meditation. The colors have darkened with time; nevertheless, one would not fail to notice the red colored bricks that make up the arches and walls of the place. Latin inscription, accentuate the arches of the church.
Nuestra Senora dela Soledad de Porta Vaga

Reputed to be a relic from Spain, it is a painting of the Virgin Mary framed in carved wood. The relic is said to have been discovered, beached on the shores between the old Puerto Vaga in Cavite City and Barrio San Roque, during the 18th century. The painting, presently set in precious gems, is also known as the "Virgin of a Thousand Miracles" because of many miracles granted to the faithful devotees from the day of its discovery to the present.

Silang, Cavite
The church is large and altar has intricate designs. There are numerous statues of Christ, Mary, and the saints of the Catholic church ensconced within the altar's multi-level wooden platforms with stylized carving. Legend goes that the church simply miraculously appeared overnight during Spanish times. Others claim that it was created through forced labor instituted by the Spanish colonizers. The church was said to have been constructed in 1585.

This was built in 1624 and is one of the oldest churches in the Philippines. St. Mary Magdelene is the patroness saint of Kawit. The religiosity of the Kawitenos is deeply manifested through their fiestas, caracol, processions, and most especially, the Maytinis Festival, a Christmas Eve event that has become a tourist attraction.

Gen. Trias, Cavite
The church altar is decorated with many ornately-carved statues of Catholic saints set upon a multi-tiered wooden, carved platform. The church dates back to the Spanish period more than 300 years ago. The design is remarkably similar to that of Silang Catholic Church.

Maragondon, Cavite
Of 17th century vintage , the Marogondon Catholic Church was built by the Dominican friars. It has a large convent made of different antique wood and bricks. The wooden altar, pulpit and main portal are finely crafter. One of the main attractions is the tower which in the olden times, served as a lockout for signs of enemy intrusion.

This web site was optimized for search engine by the number one
Philippine Web Designing Firm and Philippine Search Engine Optimization Firm
VSI Web Designing Studio.

© 2006 VSI Web Designing Studio. All rights reserved.
2nd Floor, Walk-In Activity and Trade Center, Bacoor, Cavite, Philippines 4102.
Tel. No.: +63 (46) 417-1141 | Telefax: +63 (46) 417-6766
E-mail: | Website: