Thursday, January 15, 2015

Cavinti Church

The Philippines play host to a multitude of old churches and Cavinti Church is not an exception. Build in 1621, Cavinti Church belonged to Lumbang until 1619. The present church was partially damaged in the earthquake of 1824 but was rebuilt by 1851.

 There is just something about old churches that draws me in. It is filled with stories and has laid witness to many things that we only read about. I'm sure if the walls could talk, it would tell many stories of love, hope, betrayal, heartache, and pain.

The church also had its own belfry and we were lucky to have been allowed up. This is my favorite spot. 

If you are visiting Cavinti, do not forget to drop by Cavinti Church. Even if you are not Catholic, it is definitely a sight to see.

Herald C. Bebis
#CavEAT: Cavinti Eco-Adventure Tour
Cavinti Water Sports Olympics 2015
Municipality of Cavinti
Caliraya Lake Mountain Resort
Mayor Milbert Oliveros
Camarin Resort
Lago Fishing Village
Digital Filipino
Pelikula Padayon
The #CavEAT: Cavinti Eco-Adventure Tour is a Tourism Advocacy Campaign to help generate online buzz for the upcoming Cavinti Water Sports Olympics: 1st International Competition happening on February 8-14, 2015.
The #CavEAT: Cavinti Eco-Adventure Tour is organized by Herald C. Bebis for the Municipality of Cavinti headed by Hon. Mayor Milbert Oliveros. The event is fully supported by the Municipal Tourism Office, DigitalFilipino, Pelikula Padayon, Caliraya Lake Mountain Resort, Camarin Resort and Lago Fishing Village

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