Doors of Mercy: Philippines
Feast day December 8
The Church was established by the Augustinian Missionaries in 1572. The Cathedral is the home of the Canonically crowned Image of the "Virgen Inmaculada Concepcion de Malolos"
The Immaculate Conception Parish was erected on July 15, 1950. On August 28, 2003, when the Diocese of Cubao was established, it was liturgically proclaimed a cathedral. Thus, it is now known as The Immaculate Conception Cathedral of Cubao.
This Church was founded in the year but due to typhoons was destroyed and reconstructed. In August 27, 1974, the Immaculate Conception Church in Virac was raised into a cathedral simultaneous with the erection of the Diocese of Virac.
The Church has a bond of spiritual affinity with the Papal Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls
the church dates from 1606 and was originally a part of the Archdiocese of Manila. The church was dedicated in honor of St. Martin of Tours and is a diocesan shrine in honor of the Holy Cross more popularly known as "Krus ng Wawa" to local devotees.
Coral and Limestone Church built in the 1700’s by the Recollects. On the right is a five story octagonal bell tower. Located in Iba, Zambales town centre.
San Jose City
The Church is dedicated to St. Joseph the Worker. Established as the Cathedral of the Diocese of San Jose, Nueva Ecija on July 14, 1984.
The patron saint of the Universal Church, St. Joseph, Husband of Mary, is honored here.