This is a list of Catholic churches in Metro Manila, Philippines.

The Ecclesiastical Province of Manila covers the Archdiocese of Manila and its eight suffragan dioceses in Metro Manila and surrounding areas of the Greater Manila Area.

Archdiocese of Manila

Name Congregation Location Founded Style Notes Image
Binondo Church Saint Lorenzo Ruiz and Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Binondo 1587 Baroque
Divine Mercy Shrine Divine Mercy Mandaluyong 1995 Modern
EDSA Shrine Mary, Queen of Peace Quezon City 1989 Modern
Ermita Church Our Lady of Guidance Ermita 1571 Modernist
Ermita de San Nicolas de Tolentino Saint Nicholas of Tolentino Makati 1708 Baroque
Espiritu Santo Shrine Holy Spirit Santa Cruz 1932 Romanesque
Gagalangin Church Saint Joseph Tondo 1905 Modern
Guadalupe Church Our Lady of Grace Makati 1601 Baroque
Jesus The Way, The Truth and The Life Shrine Jesus: The way, the truth, the life Pasay 1999[1] Romanesque Church located within the SM Mall of Asia complex.
Kambal na Krus Chapel Holy Cross Tondo 1922 Modern
Makati Church Saint Peter and Saint Paul Makati 1620 Baroque
Malate Church Our Lady of Los Remedios Malate 1588 Baroque
Manila Abbey Our Lady of Montserrat and Santo Niño San Miguel 1925 Romanesque Church located within San Beda College campus.
Manila Cathedral Immaculate Conception Intramuros 1571 Neo-Romanesque Seat of the Archdiocese of Manila
Our Lady of Guadalupe Shrine Our Lady of Guadalupe Makati 1951[2] Modernist 100px
Paco Church Saint Ferdinand Paco 1580 Romanesque Also known as San Fernando de Dilao Church.
Quiapo Church Black Nazarene and Saint John the Baptist Quiapo 1588 Baroque
Saint Andrew the Apostle Church Saint Andrew Makati 1967 Modernist
Saint John Bosco Church Saint John Bosco Makati 1976[3] Modernist Parish church in Don Bosco Technical Institute campus.
Saint Jude Church Saint Jude Thaddeus San Miguel 1958 Modernist
Saint Therese Church Saint Therese, Doctor of the Church Pasay 1947 Modern
Sampaloc Church Our Lady of Loreto Sampaloc 1613 Romanesque
San Agustin Church Our Lady of Consolation and Cincture (Shrine); Immaculate Conception (Parish) Intramuros 1571 Baroque The oldest church in the Philippines and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
San Felipe Neri Church Saint Philip Neri Mandaluyong 1863 Romanesque
San José de Trozo Parish Saint Joseph Santa Cruz 1933[4] Neo-Romanesque
Saint John the Baptist Church Saint John the Baptist San Juan 1894 Neo-Romanesque Also known as Pinaglabanan Church.
San Miguel Church Saint Michael and the Archangels San Miguel 1630[5] Baroque
San Roque Church Saint Roch Mandaluyong 1971 Modern
San Sebastian Church Saint Sebastian Our Lady of Mount Carmel Quiapo 1891 Gothic Revival The only all-steel church in Asia.
San Vicente de Paul Church Saint Vincent de Paul Our Lady of The Miraclous Medal Ermita 1909[6] Neo-Romanesque Also known as the Adamson University Church.
Santa Ana Church Our Lady of the Abandoned Santa Ana 1720 Baroque
Santa Cruz Church Our Lady of the Pillar Santa Cruz 1608[7] Baroque
Santuario de San Antonio Saint Anthony of Padua Makati 1975[8] Mission Revival
Santuario de San Jose Saint Joseph Mandaluyong 1966 Modernist
Santuario de Santo Cristo Santo Cristo San Juan 1602 Baroque Also known as San Juan del Monte Church.
Tondo Church Santo Niño Tondo 1572 Neo-Classical

Diocese of Antipolo

Name Congregation Location Founded Style Notes Image
Jesus de la Peña Chapel Saint Isidore the Laborer Marikina 1630 Neo-Romanesque
Our Lady of the Abandoned Church Marikina Our Lady of the Abandoned Marikina 1690 Baroque

Diocese of Caloocan

Name Congregation Location Founded Style Notes Image
Caloocan Cathedral Saint Roch Caloocan 1815 Baroque Seat of the Diocese of Caloocan.
Grace Park Church Our Lady of Grace Caloocan 1946 Modern
Malabon Church Saint Bartholomew Malabon 1614 Greco-Roman
Navotas Church Saint Joseph Navotas 1859 Baroque

Diocese of Cubao

Name Congregation Location Founded Style Notes Image
Church of the Gesù Sacred Heart of Jesus and Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Quezon City 2002 Modern Parish church in Ateneo de Manila University campus.
Cubao Cathedral Our Lady of Immaculate Conception Quezon City 1950 Romanesque Seat of the Diocese of Cubao.
Holy Sacrifice Church Holy Sacrifice Quezon City 1950 Modern Parish church in University of the Philippines Diliman campus.
Diocesan Shrine of Jesus, The Divine Word Christ the King Quezon City 1933 Modernist Shrine located in the Christ the King Mission Seminary.
Kamuning Church Sacred Heart of Jesus Quezon City 1941 Romanesque
Our Lady of Lourdes Church Our Lady of Lourdes Quezon City 1942 Modernist
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Basilica Our Lady of Mount Carmel Quezon City 1954 Modernist
Saint Joseph Shrine Saint Joseph Quezon City 1951 Modernist
Saint Joseph the Worker Church Saint Joseph Quezon City 1959 Modernist Also known as Balintawak Church.
San Francisco del Monte Church Saint Pedro Bautista Quezon City 1590 Baroque
San Nicolas de Tolentino Church Saint Nicholas of Tolentino Quezon City 1975 Modern
Santo Domingo Church Saint Dominic and Our Lady of La Naval de Manila Quezon City 1954 Baronial-Modern

Diocese of Malolos

Name Congregation Location Founded Style Notes Image
Our Lady of Fatima Church Our Lady of Fatima Valenzuela 1982 Modern
Polo Church Saint Didacus of Alcalá Valenzuela 1632 Neo-Romanesque

Diocese of Novaliches

Name Congregation Location Founded Style Notes Image
Novaliches Cathedral Good Shepherd Quezon City 1975 Modern Seat of the Diocese of Novaliches.
Our Lady of Annunciation Church Our Lady of Annunciation Quezon City 1993 Modern
Christ the King Parish Church BF Homes Christ the King Caloocan 1983 Modern
San Bartolome de Novaliches Church Saint Bartholomew Quezon City 1986 Modern

Diocese of Parañaque

Name Patron Location Founded Style Notes Image
Baclaran Church Our Mother of Perpetual Help Parañaque 1958 Neo-Romanesque
Las Piñas Church Saint Joseph Las Piñas 1795 Baroque Also known as the Bamboo Organ Church.
Diocesan Shrine of the Five Wounds of Our Lord Jesus Christ Five Holy Wounds of Jesus Las Piñas June 1, 1985 Modern First Diocesan Shrine in Las Pinas
Our Lady of the Pillar Parish Our Lady of the Pillar Las Piñas 1986 Art Deco The biggest parish church in Las Piñas
Parañaque Cathedral Saint Andrew Parañaque May 11, 1580 Baroque Seat of the Diocese of Parañaque.
National Shrine of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Muntinlupa 1981 Brutalist
Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish Sacred Heart of Jesus Muntinlupa 2011 Neo-Romanesque

Diocese of Pasig

Name Congregation Location Founded Style Notes Image
Dambanang Kawayan Saint John the Baptist Taguig 1969 Romanesque
Pasig Cathedral Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Pasig 1572 Baroque Seat of the Diocese of Pasig.
Pateros Church Saint Roch and Santa Marta de Pateros Pateros 1815 Baroque

San Sebastian Church Saint Sebastian Pasig 1990 Modern
Santa Clara de Montefalco Church Saint Clare of Montefalco Pasig 1994 Greco-Roman
Santo Rosario de Pasig Church Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Pasig 1963 Modern
Santo Tomas de Villanueva Church Saint Thomas of Villanova Pasig 1953 Modern
Taguig Church Saint Anne Taguig 1587 Baroque

Others

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References

  1. ^ "History". Archdiocesan Shrine of Jesus, The Way, The Truth and the Life. 2010-09-30. Archived from the original on 2013-12-07. Retrieved 2014-05-30.
  2. ^ "Archdiocesan Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe declared National Shrine on May 31". Archdiocese of Manila. Archived from the original on 2016-07-01. Retrieved 2014-05-29.
  3. ^ "Parish Mission, Vision & History". Saint John Bosco Parish Church. Retrieved 2014-05-30.
  4. ^ "San Jose de Trozo Parish". Lorenzo Ruiz Mission Society. Archived from the original on 3 April 2015. Retrieved 30 August 2014.
  5. ^ "San Miguel Church (Malacañang Church)". The Philippine Star. 2013-03-06. Retrieved 2014-05-29.
  6. ^ "History of San Vicente de Paul Parish". San Vicente de Paul Parish. Retrieved 2014-05-29.
  7. ^ "Sta. Cruz Parish". The Philippine Star. 2014-04-05. Retrieved 2014-05-29.
  8. ^ Santuario de San Antonio Archived 2014-05-29 at the Wayback Machine