May 28, 2016

Parish of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (aka Church near Hinulugang Taktak)

Have you heard of the church near Hinulugang Taktak in Antipolo ~ The Parish of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (PIHM)?

I have heard from friends that this church is beautiful and the area serene. So when an opportunity to head to this church came, I can't just let it pass.

According to the PIHM facebook page,
PIHM was donated by a certain Don Carlos Fernandez for use as a seminary or a parish.

The St. John Ma. Vianney Formation house and Domus Christi (Home of Retired Priests) were then built. They held weekly masses at the refectory of the formation house, which was later converted to a mini-chapel every Sunday.

When the community grew and the seminary was transferred to another location in 2000, the Parish of the Immaculate Heart of Mary was born. 


PIHM is fast growing popularity ~ with its unique architecture designed by Architect Dom Galicia and the its sprawling peaceful location.  

Here are some pictures of PIHM:-




Are you heading to Antipolo? 
Include a visit to PIHM in your itinerary.

Schedule of Masses 7:00am – Mondays to Saturdays
9:00am, 10:30am, 4:00pm, and 5:30pm – Sundays

The Parish of the Immaculate Heart of Mary is located at the Daang Bakal Road, Antipolo City
(head towards the road leading to Hinulugang Taktak, stay on the right. PIHM is less than 1 kilometer away from Hinulungang Taktak).
For more information, visit their facebook page at www.facebook.com/PIHMAntipolo




12 comments:

  1. The church looks nice and serene. I'm sure that it looks lovely there especially when you can see the sun's rays enter the church.

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  2. The Church looks so serene. I wish I could visit it someday. Thanks for sharing! ;)

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  3. Beautiful! Perhaps I can take my mum here before she leaves. She had been raving the other day that she was able to go to different churches for 4 Sunday Masses. This might be a good one for her 5th and last PH church this year.

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  4. so there was something like this pla near hinulugang taktak. Awesome! thanks for sharing :)

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  5. Nice to know that aside from the famous Antipolo Church, there is another place of workship worthy of our visit. Would love to go there with my family. Such a refereshing sight.

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  6. Great and unique architectural design. It looks very spacious.

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  7. What a lovely church with unique architecture! I hope we can visit it, too.

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  8. This church looks interesting. Made a mental note to drop by this church when we go to Antipolo again.

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  9. A very nice place to meditate. Looks very peaceful.

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  10. Wow... the church looks like it's from a scene of John Lloyd and Bea's movie. Looks ideal for weddings and solemn gatherings.

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  11. I haven't been there, but I always hear about the place especially during Holy week.

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