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Eversince the church became a minor basilica in 2015, it has received special privileges one of which is the opportunity for pilgrims to obtain plenary indulgence. Read about it when you get to the church. My advise is to arrive early so there are no...More
Our pilgrimage to Our Lady of Manaoag is made much easier thanks to TPLEX which now runs until Binalonan exit which is just 10-15 mins away. There are hourly masses and the service is fairly quick. There are blessings of religious articles after every mass....More
Traveled here from Bulacan to visit the basilica. I believe it took about 3 hours to get to. My wife and I visited this church 9 years ago before it's recent designation. You can now receive blessings equal to those you'd receive in Rome.
After a 6 months on board far from my mom. It was my mom's wish to come and visit this place so from San Mateo Rizal we woke up early to get a bus from Cubao.
From San Mateo we took jeepney to Philcoa for...More
On Palm Sunday, we came from Rosario, La Union to The Holy Shrine of Our Lady of Manaoag. It was less than an hour drive. The parking was not sooo bad, though a lot of visitors.
We purchased palms to be blessed.
The masses were...More
Manaoag B, Web Manager at Minor Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Manaoag, responded to this reviewResponded 13 April 2018
You know when you’re near because the traffic slows down, more souvenir shops pop up and random men start barking at your car asking if you need parking space. Best to arrive early to avoid the crowds.
Once inside, itll be easy to follow the...More