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Tutubi has lots of friends devoted to weekly Sunday masses at Pink Sisters in Tagaytay where their family bonds afterwards. You can see their faith and devotion not just in attending masses regularly in the chilly Tagaytay and eaking up very early so as not to arrive late (where car parking is too hard to find besides your church seat)
Just to post Sunday mass schedules of Pink Sisters Convent in Tagaytay:
Weekday Mass Schedule (Daily, Monday to Friday): 6:30am (no mass in the afternoon)
First Saturday Holy Hour: 4:20pm
Saturday Mass at 5pm (no idea if this is anticipated mass)
Pink Sisters Sunday Mass Schedule:
7:30am (but be sure to be there early as you can't find a seat as early as 7am)
No information yet on official website, facebook or twitter account for the sisters are always locked in prayer but you can try calling their contact number for information, donations, request for prayers or other inquiries. :)