SM’s Chapel Revisited

First of all, I’d like to apologize for the lack of updates. I had to work elsewhere so I had to leave Cebu for a couple of months. In fact, I missed the only thing that gets all me excited (other than Christmas) – the Sinulog.

Anyways, I’m back for good and I promise to regularly update this blog from now on.

The first thing that I did over the weekend was revisit the Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod at SM’s compound at the South Road Properties. The photos in my previous post were all night shots. The photos in this post are a lot clearer and better (I hope. Haha.) So, I hope you enjoy the photos!

And thanks for sticking around! :)


SM’s Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod


Here are some snaps of the skyline of Cebu City.

The construction of SM SRP: SM Seaside City in full swing!

Have you been to the chapel? Tell us about your experience!

Cebu's Changing Landscape
Midnight Shopping In Colon



15 Comments on SM’s Chapel Revisited

  1. Yey, attended mass here yesterday ^_^

  2. The nice thing about this chapel is the air-conditioned children’s room. So now the children can play and shout and cry without disturbing the mass and the mass goers! I salute SM for that innovation. Whenever our schedule permits, we hear mass here.

  3. What a beautiful chapel! I hope to visit there someday!

  4. Your’e back na jud bai ley,

    naa na bay puj nga maka sulod na dra?

  5. inday myrna // March 2, 2013 at 4:49 pm // Reply

    very very nice. asa man diay ka gikan Ley?

  6. Lander! Good to hear that you’re back. :)

    Nice kaau ang Pedro Calungsod chapel. The design is very contemporary and unique.

    Gian and Sheila

  7. Our family attended mass here during our quick vacation to Cebu last January. It’s nice that it has airconditioning and a cry room for kids.

  8. edward vowell // March 15, 2013 at 11:40 pm // Reply

    Someday we will go to this new and very beautiful chapel , in about a year from now….

  9. Yes, finally visited this Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod last Feb. 6, 2014 b4 my flight back to OZ.. And of course picture2x dayon.

  10. armagalona // June 18, 2014 at 5:08 pm // Reply

    open bani bsag karun everyday or sa mga special holidays ra like Holy Week? or naa cla year round sunday mass?

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