Cebu’s Cathedral


The Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral is the ecclesiastical seat of the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Cebu. Completed in 1909, the construction of the church underwent several delays. And, in fact, during the second world war, the cathedral was one of the casualties of the Cebu bombing.

Today, the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral is one of the most visited structures in Cebu. A Cebu heritage tour is never complete without a stop at the beautiful church.

When was the last time you dropped by the cathedral? Check out these photos I snapped during my recent visit.

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The Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral

Church faced. Check out the details. Very nice.

Church interior. Notice the golden ‘retablo.’  Looking really regal.

A small gallery near the front door showcases images of various saints.

Images of the Our Lady of Guadalupe and other saints.

Images of the recently canonized San Pedro Calungsod.

The left wing of the church.

Huge image of Jesus on the Cross.

Confessionals

A small retablo located on the left wing of the church.

Golden chandelier!

Right wing of the church.

Image of Jesus and Mary.

Golden retablo on the right wing of the church.

A Station of the Cross marker.

The rectory of the Cathedral.

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7 thoughts on “Cebu’s Cathedral

  1. Wow how nicely renovated and yet they preserved the antique details of the Cathedral! Used to go there and the rectory often during the time of Msgr. Toming Maglasang who was from Consolaction.

  2. Can’t remember if i’ve been to Cebu Cathedral. In God’s will, i’ll better visit this time from Sto Nino to Cathedral. One Luyanganon been married to this church.
    Salamat Bai.

  3. Been here twice last month. The first time the church is jam pack, close door and aircon. Second we just cross fr Sto. Nino and there’s a wedding.

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