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My last visit in November was the third. Except for the statue of Divine Mercy which is under construction, other physical structures remain the same. This is a great place to meditate and learn something about some history regarding prominent peoples of the Catholic Church....More
Located in Marilao town, there is an exit from the North Luzon Expressway which will lead you to the Shrine. Many people come to this place. The grounds are expansive and Masses are said every hour on Sundays and on weekdays in the early morning...More
Unlike any other churches. This one is i think one of the most wide area of praying. This you may takes surelly peace of mind. For they have a wishing well, even they called SINAKULO Is perform here. Try to visit with your family and...More
I've been living in the UK for 13 years without going home because of my status until finally in 2014- Home Office in the UK made a decision to sent me back home in the Philippines. Now, I went to my brother's house at Loma...More
This is a must visit especially for those who want to attend a healing mass or do the Way of the Cross or a regular Sunday mass. The healing mass every Saturday is held on a bigger hall with ample parking space. The way of...More
The National Shrine of the Divine Mercy is really the best place to meditate, as well as, if you have burdens, just explore every views and it will relax your body, soul and mind...a place I recommend to all....
I can say the National Shrine is a good place to reflect and fit for the whole family. There is a museum, several chapels, a fountain and some displays even children would appreciate. While existing for almost 20years, the place is well maintained.