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Of course, nothing beats seeing our Shrine for yourself, but this is the next-best thing.
Click on one of the photos below to view a 360-degree experience of everything from the Shrine to different places that NSDA took it’s devotees. You’ll find different faces and places and their experiences looks like.
Mass – Weekdays
Everyday, 6:00 AM & 6:00 PM
This photo was taken inside the church while having a regular weekday mass.
NSDA during Procession
Active participation of devotees on every event.
Majestic photo of Our Lady of Aranzazu during the recently concluded Grand Marian Procession at Intramuros, Manila.
Every year, every ministry on their Renewal of Service
Heads from different Organizations & Movements under each Ministries must renewed their vows of service to the Community.
Spearheaded by Family and Life Apostolate Ministry
As the popular saying goes: “A happy marriage is a long conversation which always seems too short.”
The seat of Our Lady of Aranzazu on the grandeur altar.
Here is the amazing shot taken while having a cleanup of the retablo at the main altar.
Pilgrimage to Antipolo Cathedral
Annual participation of “Pagdalaw ni Aranzazu”.
Coined as “Ahunan sa Antipolo”, the whole Community joins the devotees on its pilgrimage to the OLPGV Cathedral.
Domingo de Ramos
Holy Week is one of the most anticipated activity of the Shrine.
Mass presided by Fr. Larry Paz on this Palm Sunday surrounded by the flock.
Mass was presided by the Bishop of Antipolo.
On some special occasions, Bishop Kiko leads our Fiesta Mass’s together with the invited clergies.
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