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Welcome to the Philippine Church!

This is a website made by the second year Computer Science and Information Technology (CSIT) students of St. Paul University Manila (A.Y. 2020 – 2021). As aspiring programmers/developers in the future, we aim to create various contents in the Internet for a good cause to others. Our goal is to advocate the prosperity of the Catholic Church in the Philippines through the years. Christianity hugely affected many parts of the nation, especially in the culture and tradition of Filipinos. Putting Christ in the center of our lives, we dedicate ourselves to proclaim the Good News to all that will make this world a better place. To God be the glory!


Community

The population of Filipino Catholics


80.6%

Filipinos are Catholic

77%

Filipino Catholic adults consider religion to be very important in their lives.

500 years of Christianity in the Philippines

A celebration of who we are as people and nation.

Enlightenment

Where it all started and how it goes


The Christian religion was a blessing that the Spanish missionaries turned over to us.

Over 3 centuries of colonial rule and missionary evangelization, the archipelago with many islands, various regions and barangays steadily developed into a country united by a shared religion.

The Church and Christianity are therefore an important part of the history and culture of the Philippines. It is for this cause that the celebration of the 5th centenary is not only a celebration of the Church, but deserves the attention and admiration of the state and the country.

Significance

The beauty of the Catholic Church in the Philippines


The Liturgical Year

The Liturgical Year is an essential part of the Catholic Church which is a cycle for determining the important feast days and which portions of Scripture are to be read annually.

Catholic Celebrations and Festivals in the Philippines

Festivals are a good way to express, to celebrate our culture and traditions. At present, almost 85 percent of the Philippines’ population are Roman Catholic. Thus, most festivals in the Philippines are associated with Catholic beliefs and traditions.

Mother Mary in the Philippines

Mother Mary is an important figure in the Catholic Church. First of all, she is the Mother of Jesus who is God. She is also a disciple of God because she is full of grace. Most importantly, Mary is honored by us, Filipino Catholics, because of her humility, simplicity, and charity.

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