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Butch Cassidey wrote a review Oct 2018
26 contributions3 helpful votes
one of san juan’s oldest buildings..a great place of solitude and peace..if u ever visit the town of san juan, do dropby for a minute or two of peace and reflection..
Date of experience: October 2018
Toni M wrote a review Nov 2017
Milwaukee, Wisconsin62 contributions5 helpful votes
My parents retired to San Juan and when my family visits we usually attend mass at this church. The first mass at 6:30 am on Sunday is in Ilocano. If you remember your catechism you should not have a problem following along. The order of mass and the words to the hymns are projected on a screen at the front of the church. The second mass at 8:30 am is in English. The church does not have air conditioning but there are several electric fans along the walls. A hand held fan is helpful if you go to the second mass since the church gets very hot.…
Date of experience: November 2017
RinnaPuno wrote a review Apr 2016
Manila, Philippines161 contributions27 helpful votes
We attended last Palm Sunday mass here, unfortunately the mss is Ilocano (but the they have English also just check the mass schedule) that's why we hardly understand it. The church is beautiful and the surroundings are nice. It is one ride tricycle from Sebay Surf Central.
Date of experience: March 2016
Hungry-sailor86 wrote a review Feb 2016
San Fernando La Union, Philippines318 contributions70 helpful votes
A nice church, not overstated or too fancy. Nice for short visit or quiet contemplation. Worth a visit if you are in town with a few minutes to spare
Date of experience: January 2016
Lenglu wrote a review Sep 2015
Reykjavik, Iceland1,615 contributions160 helpful votes
The building is really old and not well maintained. There are areas with vandals. Good location because it has a park nearby.
Date of experience: August 2015