Tuesday, January 16, 2018

St. Andrew the Apostle Parish

Viva San Adres the Apostle! 

The Altar (2016)

In year 2016, the church’s altar was reconstructed to fit in the baroque inspired sanctuary just like what we always see at churches in Rome. But Last Year, 2017, was a remarkable year for the newly reconstructed Parish. It was the church’s “festivity”,November 30, 2017 when the church was fully opened and welcomes church goers to witness the beauty of the newly built church.

St. Andrew the Apostle Parish had come from it’s classical and simplified stature to a elaborate, more ethereal façade that would make you feel like you’re in Roma!

The church was built during the 1950’s and the church had been a symbol of strength for the church had stood the test of obstacles in time and calamities. The Church was eaten by fire way back in March 31, 1959 and to preserve it’s original abode, the church was reconstructed at October 2,1961.

Here are some photo glimpses of St. Andrew Apostle Parish from way back the 1950’s to present. 



From it's simple colors of bronze, white and brown it's colors had changed from today's church as Gold, Gray, Red, white and blue colors that represents like the Sun and Skies.  it's ceiling from simple bronze structured design it was now painted with exquisite paintings of Christ Passion of the cross.  


Come and visit one of the tourist attractions of Norzagaray Bulacan! Viva San Andres!

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