August 22, 2009
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My friend Mary Ann – my tour guide in Manila together with Masil – bought some stuff for her nieces and nephews. She asked me to take the items to their house in Talisay City. I didn’t have to go to the office today so I drove all the way to Talisay to pay her family a visit. On my way to Talisay City, however, I dropped by the Santo Tomas de Villanueva church in Pardo. This very nice-looking church, I later learned, is more than a hundred years old. Here are some photos of Pardo’s very gorgeous church. Hope you like them.
The Santo Tomas de Villanueva church in Pardo, Cebu City.
Life-size statue of an angel near the front door. The statue is holding a small basin which contains holy water.
View of the church interior and the center aisle.
Statue of Jesus Christ and view of churchgoers inside the church.
Church altar with a giant image of Santo Tomas de Villanueva.
Church facade. Very nice.
Side door which leads to the garden.
The grotto right beside the church.
Closer look of the grotto of Mother Mary.
Visit the Santo Tomas de Villanueva church in Pardo now!
MCPB, as of August 22, 2009, 1:00 AM, has 967,786 site visits. We will hopefully hit 1 Million before September ends. Yey!