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    Baguio Cathedral: Mass Schedule, Then and Now Photos

    "I visit Baguio cathedral every time I'm in Baguio" claimed by Tutubi's officemate that's why even if it's getting late and "millions" of people crowding the narrow snake roads of Baguio City, they hied off to the hill where The Our Lady of Atonement, the formal name of Baguio Cathedral, stands.

    Pictures of Baguio Cathedral, now and then:

    baguio cathedral mass schedulePicture of Baguio Cathedral at Night taken using a lamp post to steady the shot (Tutubi is too lazy to drag a tripod in most of his travels)

    baguio cathedralOur Lady of Atonement, Baguio Cathedral photo (circa 2004) when it was the still "single." You'll readily notice modifications to the church structure. It's not possible to take an uncluttered photo of the church now, thanks to lamp posts and other eyesore structures at the place

    Baguio Cathedral Mass Schedules:

    Sunday: hourly morning masses start from 5am to 12nn; afternoon masses at 3pm to 7pm. All masses in English except 5am and 9am masses in Ilocano and 10am mass in Tagalog.

    Weekdays:
    6am, 6:30am, 7am, 12:15pm, 5:15pm (daily novena at 4:30pm)

    Saturdays:
    6am, 6:30am, 7am, 12:15pm, and anticipated masses at 5pm and 6pm

    Expect Baguio Cathedral to be full of people during the Panagbenga Festival as well as summer pilgrims during Holy Week.

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 7:21 PM,

    5 Comments:

    At Mar 9, 2010, 8:40:00 PM, Anonymous witsandnuts said...

    I didn't notice the difference during my previous visits. Thanks to this post. I'm too lazy to bring a tripod, too. ;)

     
    At Mar 10, 2010, 6:13:00 AM, Anonymous bing said...

    this is where i prayed to win in the National Press conference in 1984 in high school. will never forget becuz the wish was granted. i won third place in the feature writing contest. :-D

     
    At Mar 11, 2010, 4:27:00 PM, Blogger dodong flores said...

    There were already lamp posts when I visited this place lately. In the earlier years of my visits in Baguio, parang hindi yata ako pumasyal dito...

     
    At Mar 11, 2010, 11:05:00 PM, OpenID docgelo said...

    this is hard to miss for catholics. although i'm not sure if that covered facade was already there on our last visit back in 2008. wala pa ata; baka last year lang yan... after a mass, we like going to zola, the 24-hr coffee shop at the foot of the cathedral in session road. they serve free flowing brewed coffee once you order a breakfast meal.

     
    At Mar 15, 2010, 2:18:00 PM, Anonymous Weekend Haven said...

    We just visited the place. I like it more before than today with the parking space covering the sides of the church ( which used to be a nice overlooking area.)

     

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