Guadalupe Parish Church: A Closer Look

The Guadalupe Parish Church is one of the many huge churches in Cebu City. Located at the heart of Barangay Guadalupe, the Guadalupe Parish church is considered the permanent home of the miraculous image of the Our Lady Of Guadalupe, Cebu’s patron saint.

Today, we take a closer look at the local church of Cebu City’s biggest barangay. Check out the photos below:

The Guadalupe Parish Church as of March 2007.

The parish church as seen from Guadalajara.

Two life-size angel statues guard the church’s main door.

The parish church’s bell tower is one of the tallest in the city.

The paved car park fronting the church is often used for different activities like playground demonstrations, sports events, and even nightly fiesta activities.

The ten commandments written on two slabs of concrete can be seen next to the main door.

The main door of the Guadalupe Parish Church.

Image of Mother of Perpetual Help (Inahan sa Kanunayng Panabang) seen inside the right wing of the church.

The main aisle of the Guadalupe Parish Church is one of the longest in the city. This is one of the reasons why a lot of people want to be wed here.

Ceiling details of the Guadalupe Parish Church.

The bust of Jesus Christ is located on the left wing of the church.

Stained glass art depicting the different stations of the cross.

Prayer beads greet churchgoers as they walk through the main door.

Image of the Our lady of Guadalupe at the candle-lighting area.

Image of Mother Mary at the church’s candle-lighting area.

The image of the Virgin of Guadalupe is on display on the left side of the altar.

The image is displayed together with Cebu’s very own Senyor Sto. Nino.

View of the pews and the main door.

The main altar which houses a painting of the Our Lady of Guadalupe.

The main door as seen from the altar.

The iconic dome right above the main altar.


Stained glass art surrounding the main altar.

The painting shows the image of the Our Lady of Guadalupe.

Stained glass art featuring Cebu’s patroness.

Have you been to the Guadalupe Parish Church? Tell us about your experience in the comments section below!

6 thoughts on “Guadalupe Parish Church: A Closer Look

  1. Hi Ley,
    Guadalupe Parish Church is beautiful indeed! I was actually baptized there! & Guadalupe is also my hometown, that is why i’m a big fan of BOLA-BOLA. When my mother passed away on 2002, diha sad namo gi held ang mass.

    I’m really loving your site kay it feels like i’m back home jud! Thanks again!


  2. naalala ko nung tym na nag serve pko jan i think 1992 before he past awy monsenor dela cerna.. d ko alam kelan pko makakabalik jan ulit sa guadalupe…
    na mis ko na mga kababata ko and also the place kong san ako lumaki…

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