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Beautiful church in Old Town. They have local volunteers that greet you at the door and tell you some of the history. When you walk up to the front, there is a recording explaining who some of the statues represent and more history of the...More
The grounds were well kept and facility was very nice, in adobe style. There was an impressive carving of the virgin Mary in a tree stump in one corner of the property. Their gift shop was excellent, with both religious and non-religious items at very...More
San Filipe is considered the guardian saint of humor. The church is a magnificent example of old world adobe construction. Son got married there and quickly realized that a sense of humor was needed to nurture relationships.
The church is a real jewel. We were not able to go inside because of some work being done on the church. The shop attached to the church was wonderful (and I bought some cute angels). The church is surrounded by unique little shops and...More
Visited Oldtown Albuquerque for some shopping and was surprised to find San Felipe de Neri Church. The church was established in 1706 and for the most part has continued to this day. Included is a picture of the plaque outside the church outlining its history....More
Since 1706 it's been in operation... that's amaxy! How many prayers have been uttered to our Lord. Inside a recording plays telling the history of cross and passion of Christ in pictures/stations which have hung in church since 1800's. Well loved and cared for. I...More
I enjoyed my brief visit at this historical church. It is still in use and a wonderful spot to find some solace either in the church or in the serene courtyard. There is a also a very nice gift shop featuring religious articles.
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