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Saturday, October 4, 2008

Simala Church in Sibonga Cebu

This place I often visit is located 2 hours drive up north from Cebu city. If you take the SRP the travel time is even lesser.

On the way you can pass by Carcar town public market and eat lechon ( roast pork) with Puso (hanging rice) and softdrinks. The price of the lechon is relatively cheaper compared to the lechon in Cebu city and the taste is also richer with lots of condiments.

As I arrived at Simala Church in Sibonga Cebu, I was amazed with the structural improvements of the place. New walls, floors and even the roof are all new and shinny.

The last time I went to this place was last year and what a year it has been because the place looks great. Thanks to all the patrons and devotees of the church for all their donations.

If you get a chance to visit this place try to read the personal letters addressed to Mother Mary. It is a source of inspiration of the all the people who flock the church everyday from different places.

Check out also their gift shop where you can find all kind of items from pendants, rosary, prayer books , bibles and statues. All proceeds they say will go to the monks food and lodging.

The place is run by The Marian Monks of the Eucharistic Adoration.



Sibonga is a municipality of Cebu in the Philippines.

Located between Argao and Carcar City.

Sibonga is well known for having one of the most beautiful churches in the Philippines.

Located in a paradise of nature.


The Marian Monks of the Eucharistic Adoration

Marian Hills, Lindogon, Simala

Sibonga, Cebu, Philippines


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