Pampanga’s heritage churches reopen

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, Pampanga, Philippines --- Twenty heritage churches in Pampanga province have been deemed structurally sound and have been reopened four months after a 6.1-magnitude earthquake rattled Luzon on April 22. On Saturday, the Metropolitan Cathedral in this capital city was the latest to reopen. But four churches remained closed as these were the worst hit by the temblor, according to Fr. Emil Guiao, head of the heritage committee of the Archdiocese of San Fernando. Safety features Masses and other Catholic rites continue to be held outside Holy Rosary Parish Church in Angeles City, San Andres Apostol Church in Candaba, San Agustin Church in Lubao and San N...Keep on reading: Pampanga’s heritage churches reopen

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