Roman Catholic Diocese of Novaliches

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Diocese of Novaliches

Diocesis Novalichesina

Diyosesis ng Novaliches
Diócesis de Novaliches
Coat of arms of the Diocese of Novaliches.svg
Coat of arms
Location
Country Philippines
Territory
Ecclesiastical provinceManila
MetropolitanManila
Statistics
Area138 km2 (53 sq mi)
Population
- Total
- Catholics
(as of May 1, 2012)
2,545,398
1,610,137 (63%%)
Parishes70
Schools9
Information
DenominationCatholic
Sui iuris churchLatin Church
RiteRoman Rite
EstablishedDecember 7, 2002
CathedralArchdiocesan Shrine and Cathedral-Parish of the Good Shepherd
PatronJesus, the Good Shepherd
Current leadership
PopeFrancis
BishopRoberto Orendain Gaa (Bishop-elect)
Metropolitan ArchbishopLuis Antonio Tagle
Apostolic AdministratorAntonio Realubin Tobias
Vicar GeneralVery Rev. Msgr. Jesus-Romulo C. Rañada, PC, Ph.D, STh.D (for Administration), Very Rev. Fr. Antonio E. Labiao, Jr. (for Pastoral Affairs)
Bishops emeritusTeodoro C. Bacani
Website
www.novalichesdiocese.org

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Novaliches (Latin: Dioecesis Novalichesina Filipino: Diyosesis ng Novaliches) is a diocese of the Latin Church of the Roman Catholic Church in the Philippines. The diocese was created by Pope John Paul II on December 7, 2002 by virtue of his Apostolic Constitution Animarum Utilitati[1], and was canonically erected on January 16, 2003 from the Archdiocese of Manila. The diocese previously existed as the Ecclesiastical District of Quezon City-North, which was renamed the District of Novaliches in 2002.

As of September 2018, the diocese is composed of 70 full-fledged parishes (five of which are diocesan shrines) and one mission area, clustered into twelve vicariates. Its titular seat or patron is Jesus, the Good Shepherd, after the cathedral or seat of the diocese, the Archdiocesan Shrine and Cathedral-Parish of the Good Shepherd.

Territorial Jurisdiction[edit]

The diocese comprises the northern part of Caloocan City and the northern part of Quezon City, starting from Tandang Sora Avenue leading northward and comprising District 2 (all barangays), District 5 (all barangays), Barangay Matandang Balara (from District 3), and some barangays in District 6, namely: Pasong Tamo, Sauyo, and Talipapa, including portions of Tandang Sora and Culiat found north across Tandang Sora Avenue.

Emeritus Bishop Teodoro C. Bacani, resigned
Bishop Antonio R. Tobias

History[edit]

The history of the Diocese of Novaliches can be traced to the creation of the town of Novaliches in the 1800s during the Spanish colonization period in the Philippines.[2][3][4][5] General Manuel Pavía was named Governor-General of the Philippine Islands. He arrived in Manila in 1854 with the task of establishing a penal colony where prisoners would be granted lands they would develop in exchange for their release. The colony was given the name Hacienda Tala since the once heavily-forested area became identical to one where a star (“tala”) had fallen after clearing. This hacienda grew into a larger community that eventually merged with the haciendas of Malinta and Piedad in forming the independent town of Novaliches on January 26, 1856.

Novaliches (which present-day area is now shared by Quezon City and Caloocan City) became part of the Province of Bulacan until 1858, when it was annexed to the Province of Manila. The name Novaliches came from the name of a small village 60 kilometers away from the city of Valencia, Spain that was awarded to General Pavía, who was given the title Marqués of Novaliches by Queen Isabella II in 1840 for having defended her from the claims of her uncle Prince Carlos during the First Carlist War (1833-1839).

Soon after the establishment of the new town, Manila Archbishop José Julián de Aranguren, O.A.R. decreed the creation of its parish on September 24, 1856. The chapel of the Corpus Christi was elevated to the status of a parroquia (parish church) and Fray Andres Martin, O.S.A., an Augustinian priest from Spain, was appointed as the first parish priest. The parish church was dedicated in honor of Nuestra Senora de la Merced (Our Lady of Mercy). However, the church was burned during the Philippine Revolution of 1896, and the assigned Augustinian priests returned to Spain. The parcel of land where the parroquia once stood was donated to the Archdiocese of Manila. In 1899, Novaliches ceded its township to the Municipality of Caloocan. It was in 1928 when the parish was restored with the appointment of a diocesan parish priest, Father Victor Raymundo.

In 1962, following the canonical erection of the Dioceses of Imus and Malolos from the Archdiocese of Manila, the Our Lady of Mercy Parish stood as the only existing parish in the area now belonging to the Diocese of Novaliches. Before Cardinal Santos' death in 1973, a new parish was erected: the Our Lady of Fatima Parish in Urduja Village, Caloocan City. The growth of the Catholic faith in the area would be evidenced by the establishment of parishes in Fairview (1975), Lagro (1977), and Bagbag (1978) - which took place during the early years of leadership of Manila Archbishop Jaime L. Cardinal Sin.

Cardinal Sin divided Quezon City into four vicariates on December 3, 1974. These are the Vicariates of Santa Rita, Holy Family, Saint Joseph, and Santo Nino. Our Lady of Mercy Parish was placed under the Vicariate of Santo Nino, along with parishes of Santo Niño (Bagobantay), Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Project 6), Our Lady of Perpetual Help (Project 8), and Our Lady of Hope (Pag-Asa), which presently belong to the Diocese of Cubao. On August 10, 1987, the Ecclesiastical District of Quezon City was divided into two: Quezon City-North and Quezon City-South. The new Ecclesiastical District of Quezon City-North comprised the Vicariates of Good Shepherd, Our Lady of Mercy, Ascension of Our Lord, and Saint Joseph, although some parishes belonging to the present-day Diocese of Novaliches were still belonging to the Vicariate of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in the southern district at that time.

Following the appointment of Quezon City-North District Bishop Francisco Claver, S.J. as Apostolic Vicar of Bontoc-Lagawe, Manila Auxiliary Bishop Teodoro C. Bacani was designated by Cardinal Sin to head the two districts of KALMANA (Kalookan-Malabon-Navotas) and Quezon City-North. Bishop Bacani designated Fr. Alfonso Bugaoan, Jr., parish priest of Saint Joseph Parish in Project 3, as his Episcopal Vicar for Quezon City-North.

The Ecclesiastical District of Quezon City-North was renamed District of Novaliches on March 15, 2002, in preparation for the creation of new dioceses in Metro Manila as response to the growing number of Catholic faithful. Pope John Paul II established the Diocese of Novaliches on December 7, 2002 by virtue of the Apostolic Constitution Animarum Utilitati and appointed Bacani as its first residential bishop. This news was announced by Cardinal Sin during a conference of the clergy and lay leaders held at Villa San Miguel in Mandaluyong City. The decree also declared that the episcopal seat of the new Diocese would be the Archdiocesan Shrine and Parish of the Good Shepherd along Regalado Avenue, Fairview, Quezon City. The episcopal seat serves as the residence of the Bishop and the center of all activities in the Diocese.

In solemn rites held at the Good Shepherd Parish-Shrine on January 16, 2003, the new Diocese of Novaliches was canonically erected, with the Most Reverend Teodoro C. Bacani, D.D. being installed as its first bishop, coinciding his 63rd birthday. He named Father Gerardo Giovanni Tapiador as the diocese's first Vicar-General, Fr. Fr. Jaime Lara as Chancellor, and Fr. James Gaa as Oeconomus or treasurer. Bishop Bacani led the beginnings of the pastoral commissions or ministries in the diocese through the involvement of active lay members of the Council of the Laity of Novaliches (CLaN), which he created on March 21, 2003. These lay leaders represented the different sectors of the Church active since the time of the Ecclesiastical District of Quezon City-North. On May 8, 2003, Bishop Bacani left a legacy of establishing the first parish under the new diocese - Santa Krus Parish in Bagumbong, Caloocan City.

However, Bishop Bacani resigned in June 2003. San Fernando, La Union Bishop Antonio Tobias, who served as Apostolic Administrator in Bacani's absence from June to November of that year, was named second bishop of Novaliches. He was installed at the Good Shepherd Cathedral on January 26, 2004 in the presence of Cardinal Sin, Apostolic Nuncio Archbishop Antonio Franco, and Manila Archbishop Gaudencio Rosales. Bishop Tobias convened the first Diocesan Pastoral Assembly on March 11-12, 2005, during which the Diocesan Pastoral Thrust, Direction, and Vision-Mission Statement were designed along with the Diocesan Hymn and Parish Pastoral Council (PPC) Guidelines.

From having 50 pioneer parishes in 2003 (with Santa Krus Parish in Bagumbong being the first to be established under the new diocese - by decree of Bishop Teodoro Bacani), the diocese has now 70 full-fledged parishes and 1 mission area.

Bishops[edit]

First Bishop (2003)[edit]

The MOST REVEREND TEODORO CRUZ BACANI JR., D.D., S.Th.D was born in Tuyo, Balanga City, Bataan on January 16, 1940. He obtained his philosophy and theology studies at San Jose Seminary. On December 21, 1965, he was ordained priest of the Prelature of Iba (now, a full-fledged diocese) at the Manila Cathedral in Intramuros, Manila. In 1971, he obtained his Doctorate in Sacred Theology from the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) in Rome. He served as Parochial Vicar of Holy Infant Jesus Parish in San Antonio, Zambales (1966-1968) and San Sebastian Parish in San Narciso, Zambales (1971-1976). From 1976 to 1979, he was Parish Priest of Saint James Parish and Director of Saint James School in Subic, Zambales. From 1979 to 1984, Father Bacani was an on-loan priest in Manila as a Theology Professor in San Carlos Seminary (where he served as Dean of Theology, 1982-1983) and in Loyola School of Theology-Ateneo de Manila University, as well as a theological consultant in the Archdiocese of Manila. Pope John Paul II named him Auxiliary Bishop of Manila and Titular Bishop of Gauriana on March 6, 1984, and was ordained bishop on April 12, 1984. He served as Parish Priest of San Fernando De Dilao Parish in Paco, Manila from 1984 to 1996. He was named District Bishop of the Ecclesiastical District of Manila in 1985, and District Bishop of Quezon City-North and Kalookan in 1996. With the creation of the Diocese of Novaliches on December 7, 2002, he was named its first bishop and was formally installed on January 16, 2003, but later resigned in November 25 of that year.

Second Bishop (2004-2019)[edit]

The MOST REV. ANTONIO REALUBIN TOBIAS, D.D., J.C.L was born in Manila on June 13, 1941. He completed secondary studies at Our Lady of Guadalupe Minor Seminary in Guadalupe, Makati City. He finished his philosophy and theology studies at San Carlos Seminary in Guadalupe, Makati City. On December 21, 1965, he was ordained priest of the Archdiocese of Manila at the Manila Metropolitan Cathedral in Intramuros, Manila. Moreover, he holds a Licentiate in Canon Law from the University of Santo Tomas, Manila.

From 1966 to 1970, he served as Parochial Vicar of San Juan Nepomuceno Parish in Malibay, Pasay City. From 1970 to 1982, he was assigned formator at Our Lady of Guadalupe Minor Seminary, where he also served as its rector from 1974 to 1982. In 1974, he was invested Monsignor with the title of Papal Chaplain.

Few months after he was assigned as Parish Priest of Christ the King Parish in Greenmeadows, Quezon City, on October 28, 1982, he was named by Pope John Paul II as Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Zamboanga and Titular Bishop of Tipasa in Numidia (in present-day Algeria). He was ordained bishop on January 25, 1983 at the Manila Cathedral. From 1984 to 1993, he was Bishop of Pagadian (Zamboanga del Sur). From 1993 to 2003, he was Bishop of San Fernando (La Union). Concurrent to his assignment in La Union, he was named Apostolic Administrator of Novaliches in June 2003. Pope John Paul II named him the Second Bishop of Novaliches on November 25, 2003, and was formally installed on January 26, 2004, at the Archdiocesan Shrine and Cathedral-Parish of the Good Shepherd.

While serving as local ordinary of Novaliches, he concurrently served as Parish Priest of the cathedral (2011-2012) and Visitation of Our Lady Parish, Pasong Putik, Quezon City (2016). He teaches Canon Law at the Saint Vincent School of Theology in Tandang Sora, Quezon City.

Parishes[edit]

As of 2019, there are 70 full-fledged parishes and 1 mission area.

Caloocan City - District 1[edit]

Vicariate of Santo Niño (Bagong Silang Area)

Name of Church Year of Establishment Address Pastor / Administrator
Ang Muling Pagkabuhay Ng Ating Panginoon Parish 1998 Phase 10-A, Package 2, Bagong Silang, Caloocan City Fr. Michael Hifarva, SS.CC
Ina Ng Laging Saklolo Parish 1997 Phase 7-B, Bagong Silang, Caloocan City Rev. Fr. Leoncito Falcasantos
Saint Paul Of The Cross Parish 2015 Phase 8-A, Bagong Silang, Caloocan City Fr. Frank Glenn Maga, CP
San Jose, Amang Mapagkalinga Parish 1994 Langit Road corner Saint Joseph Street, Phase 5, Bagong Silang, Caloocan City Rev. Fr. Antonio Dela Cruz
San Roque Parish 2011 Phase 9, Bagong Silang, Caloocan City Fr. Elpidio Luza Jr., SCJ
Santo Niño Parish 1986 Old Zabarte Road, Phase 1, Bagong Silang, Caloocan City Fr. Wilfredo Estraza, CP

Vicariate of the Holy Cross (Tala-Amparo Areas)

Name of Church Year of Establishment Address Pastor / Administrator
Holy Cross Parish 1982 Mangga and Makabud Streets, Amparo Village, Novaliches, Caloocan City Rev. Fr. Rogelio Positar
Holy Spirit Parish 1998 Narra Avenue, Pangarap Village, Tala, Caloocan City Rev. Fr. Albert Monares Jr., ESHT
Our Lady Of The Holy Rosary Parish 1986 Langit 1, Tala, Caloocan City Fr. Vincent Bunagan, CICM
Saint John Paul II Parish 2018 Carnation Street, Capitol Park Homes II, Novaliches, Caloocan City Rev. Fr. Ronnie Provido
Saint Joseph The Worker Parish 1997 Saint Joseph Avenue, Barracks II, Tala, Caloocan City Rev. Fr. Tomas Flores Jr.

Vicariate of Our Lady of Lourdes (Camarin Area)

Name of Church Year of Establishment Address Pastor / Administrator
Epiphany Of The Lord Parish 1997 San Isidro Street, Camarin Road, Kiko Area D, Camarin, Caloocan City Rev. Fr. Alvin Balean
Mary, Mother Of The Church Parish 2005 Peter corner Corinthians Streets, Cielito Homes, Zabarte Road, Camarin, Caloocan City Rev. Fr. Leonides Laguilles
Our Lady Of Guadalupe Parish 2005 Phase III, Palmera Springs Subdivision, Camarin, Caloocan City Rev. Fr. Antero Natividad
Our Lady Of Lourdes Parish 1986 1117 Petunia corner Chrysanthemum Streets, Area B, Camarin, Caloocan City Rev. Fr. Roy Maliglig
Saint Agnes Parish 1995 Rosas corner Champaca Streets, Almar Subdivision, Camarin, Caloocan City Rev. Fr. Ferdinand Dulong

Vicariate of Christ the King (Bagumbong-Deparo-Urduja-Llano-Kaybiga Areas)

Name of Church Year of Establishment Address Pastor / Administrator
Christ The King Parish 1983 Ninang Lydia Street, Phase 1, BF Homes, Novaliches, Caloocan City TUAN, Rev. Fr. Yohanes Kopong, MSF (Fr. Juan)
Mother Of The Redeemer Parish 1997 Deparo Road, Novaliches, Caloocan City Rev. Fr. Jose Casas Jr.
Our Lady Of Fatima Parish 1972 Magat-Salamat Street, Urduja Village, Novaliches, Caloocan City Rev. Fr. Aristeo de Leon
Our Lady Of Peace And Good Voyage Parish 1998 Paraiso Street, Sampaguita Subdivision, Camarin, Caloocan City Fr. Ronaldo Guzman, MS
Sacred Heart Of Jesus Parish 1995 350 General Luis Street, Kaybiga, Caloocan City Rev. Fr. Aldrin Lopez
Santa Krus Parish 2003 A-814, Bagumbong Road, Caloocan City Rev. Fr. James Nitollama
Santo Kristo Parish 2018 Llano Road corner Del Mundo Avenue, Novaliches, Caloocan City Fr. Dennis Talagtag, FLP
Santo Niño De Congreso Parish 1998 Congressional Road, Congressional Village, Bagumbong, Caloocan City Fr. Janssen Ronquillo, MS

Quezon City - Districts 2, 5, 6, and Barangay Matandang Balara[edit]

Vicariate of the Ascension Of Our Lord (Lagro and Pasong Putik Areas)

Name of Church Year of Establishment Address Pastor / Administrator
Ascension Of Our Lord Parish 1977 Block 89 Lot 32-29 Ascension Hill corner Domingo De Ramos Street, Greater Lagro, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Elpidio de Peralta Jr.
Jesus, Lord Of The Divine Mercy Parish 1994 Garcia Street, Hobart Village, Kaligayahan, Novaliches, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Rudy Tulibas
Mary The Queen Parish 1989 Belfast Avenue, Neopolitan, Pasong Putik, Novaliches, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Ambrosio Nonato Legaspi
Saint Francis Xavier Parish 1992 160 Champaca Street, Maligaya Park Subdivision, Pasong Putik, Novaliches, Quezon City Fr. Polash Henry Gomes, SX
Saint Paul Shrine 2019 Casa Milan, Regalado Highway, Pasong Putik, Novaliches, Quezon City Rev. Msgr. Jesus-Romulo Rañada
Visitation Of Our Lady Parish 1999 Visitation Street, Phase 3, Sacred Heart Village, Pasong Putik, Novaliches, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Jaime Lara

Vicariate of Our Lady of Mercy (Central and Northern Novaliches Areas)

Name of Church Year of Establishment Address Pastor / Administrator
Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Our Lady Of Mercy 1856 Quirino Highway corner Dumalay Street, Santa Monica, Novaliches, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Jose Peregrino Tomas
Immaculate Conception Parish 1997 Don Alejandro Street, Greenfields 3, San Agustin, Novaliches, Quezon City Fr. Joel Saballa, CFIC
Ina Ng Buhay Parish 1986 Jordan Heights Subdivision, Damong Maliit, Nagkaisang Nayon, Novaliches, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Ralph Mestosamente
Saint Maximilian Mary Kolbe Parish 2000 Marytown Circle, Greenfields I, Kaligayahan, Novaliches, Quezon City BACAYAN, Rev. Fr. Aquilino M. Jr., OFM Conv. (Fr. Linus)
San Isidro Labrador Parish 1999 Capri-Villa Nova, Capri, Novaliches, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Oscar Lucas

Vicariate of the Good Shepherd (Commonwealth and Fairview Areas)

Name of Church Year of Establishment Address Pastor / Administrator
Cathedral Shrine and Parish Of The Good Shepherd 1975 Regalado Avenue corner Omega Street, Fairview, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Antonio Labiao
Corpus Christi Parish 2012 Kamatsile corner Durian Streets, Palmera Homes I, Santa Monica, Novaliches, Quezon City Fr. Vu Van Doanh, ICM
Divine Savior Parish 1993 Archer Street, North Fairview, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Noel Azupardo
Holy Trinity Parish 1982 Geraldine corner Candelaria Streets, Don Jose Ideal Subdivision, Commonwealth, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Reynaldo Percival Flores
Kristong Hari Parish 1991 Commonwealth Avenue near Litex, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Luciano Ariel Felloni
Mabuting Pastol Parish 1993 Santo Niño Street, Commonwealth, Quezon City Fr. Pedrito Peñaranda, CICM
Santa Lucia Parish 1985 J.P. Rizal Street, Sta. Lucia, Novaliches, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Marvin Riquez

Vicariate of San Bartolome (Central Areas near Quirino Highway)

Name of Church Year of Establishment Address Pastor / Administrator
Banal Na Sakramento Parish 1981 J.P. Ramoy Street, Talipapa, Novaliches, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Victor Emmanuel Clemen
Christ, King Of The Universe Parish 2004 King Christian Extension, Kingspoint Subdivision, Bagbag, Novaliches, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Eleno Tepace
Holy Family Parish 1997 San Luis corner Villareal Streets, Gulod, Novaliches, Quezon City Fr. Dennis Descallara, Sch.P.
Pagkabuhay Parish 1978 Pagkabuhay Road, Bagbag, Novaliches, Quezon City Fr. Ross dela Cruz, SS.CC
San Bartolome De Novaliches Parish 1986 Quirino Highway corner P. dela Cruz Street, San Bartolome, Novaliches, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Albert Delvo

Vicariate of the Holy Spirit (Holy Spirit Area)

Name of Church Year of Establishment Address Pastor / Administrator
Hearts Of Jesus And Mary Parish 2007 USAFFE Road, Veterans Village, Holy Spirit, Quezon City rev. Fr. Noel Elorde
Holy Spirit Parish 1980 Nepomuceno Street, BF Homes, Holy Spirit, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Mario Sanchez
Jesus Of Nazareth Parish 2008 Villa Beatriz, Purok 1, Area 5, Old Balara, Quezon City Fr. Daniel Godefroy, SC
Jesus, Lord Of The Divine Mercy Parish 1993 Caimito Street, Mapayapa Village 1, Pasong Tamo, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Roland Jaluag
Saint Benedict Parish 2006 Don Victorino Street, Don Antonio Heights, Holy Spirit, Quezon City Fr. Alexander Nolasco, MGL
San Jose, Ang Tagapagtanggol Parish 1997 Santo Domingo Street, Doña Juana Homes, Holy Spirit, Quezon City Fr. Arnel Percival Tayem, OFM

Vicariate of Ina Ng Lupang Pangako (Northeastern Areas of Commonwealth Avenue)

Name of Church Year of Establishment Address Pastor / Administrator
Christ The King Parish 1991 Atlas Street, Filinvest Homes II, Batasan Hills, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Danilo Pajarillaga
Ina Ng Lupang Pangako Parish 1990 Phase 1, Urban, Payatas B, Quezon City Fr. Michael Sandaga, CM
Mother Of The Divine Providence Parish 1991 24 San Juan Evangelista Street, Campsite, Payatas A, Quezon City Fr. John Castillo, FDP
Sagrada Familia Parish 2008 Sitio Veterans, Bagong Silangan, Quezon City Fr. Arnel Glodobe, O.Carm.
San Isidro Labrador Parish 1997 A. Bonifacio Street, Bagong Silangan, Quezon City Fr. Gilbert Billena, O.Carm.
San Pedro Calungsod Mission Area 2018 196 Yakal St., Group 1B, Payatas, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Noel Bacasnot

Vicariate of Saint Peter (Matandang Balara and Batasan Hills)

Name of Church Year of Establishment Address Pastor / Administrator
Nuestra Señora De La Paz y Buen Viaje Parish 2013 Tandang Sora Avenue corner Capitol Hills Drive, Old Balara, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Joseph Buslon
Presentation Of Our Lord Parish 2010 Mount Fairweather Street, Filinvest Homes I, Batasan Hills, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Jerome Rosalinda
Saint Michael The Archangel Parish 2008 23 Amsterdam Street, Capitol Park Homes, Old Balara, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Miguelito Lagrimas
Saint Peter Parish - Diocesan Shrine of Leaders 1993 Block 44, Lot 7-8, New Capitol Estates I, Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Daniel Allan Samonte
San Antonio De Padua Parish 2011 Constitution Hill, San Mateo Road, Batasan Hills, Quezon City Fr. Rodrigo Vasquez SX
San Antonio Maria Claret Parish 2018 Liwanag Street, Old Balara, Quezon City Fr. Ronaldo Epifanio Banaria, CMF

Vicariate of San Isidro Labrador (Tandang Sora Area)

Name of Church Year of Establishment Address Pastor / Administrator
Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Santuario De San Vicente De Paul - Shrine Of The Poor 2012 Saint Vincent Seminary Complex, 221 Tandang Sora Avenue, Tandang Sora, Quezon City Fr. Rolando Tuazon, CM
Diocesan Shrine Of The Incarnation - Our Lady Of The Annunciation Parish 1992 Saint Dominic 3 Subdivision, Mindanao Avenue, Tandang Sora, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Marlou Lemaire
Our Father Parish 1986 Lobella corner Fucshia Streets, Del Nacia Ville 4, Sauyo, Novaliches, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Bienvenido Luke Dobles
Our Lady of Consolation Parish 1986 81 Alondras Street, Mira-Nila Homes, Tandang Sora, Quezon City Fr. Arnel Diaz, OAR
Saint Joseph Parish 2013 Loboc Street, NPC Village, Tandang Sora, Quezon City Fr. Anthony Bautista, AM
San Isidro Labrador Parish 1987 Philand Avenue, Pasong Tamo, Tandang Sora Avenue, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Christopher Santos
San Lorenzo Ruiz Parish 1987 16 Gabriel Silang Street, Tierra Verde 1 Subdivision, Culiat, Tandang Sora Avenue, Quezon City Fr. Niño Etulle, SCJ

Diocesan Schools[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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