It is a church in the town of Robo by the Lobo River in the middle of Bohol. It is famous for its juvenile choir. It is a pity that the church was almost completely destroyed in the earthquake and is currently awaiting restoration. I have to say that this earthquake
Robb Church is a Christian church on Bohol Island, where a former pastor is buried, so it is also a place for many Christians to make pilgrimages. Later, after rebuilding, the church has a new look. The ceilings are all gilded and colored The glass, at the top level is the museum, which displays various holy objects in the church.
Taking pictures on a motorcycle is beautiful! The venue is very open-but we passed an elementary school along the way. The elementary school in the Philippines also feels very good! I recommend everyone to check it out~ on vacation, just play slowly and take nice photos~ and there is a pier next to the church! I originally wanted to watch the sunset, but I didn't see it, but the photos are also very feel. The local Filipino kids are super cute and play bubble with us... We brought the bubble machine, haha! However, there are no guardrails on both sides of the pier, so it is a bit dangerous! This must be ⚠️!
There is a reason why we chose to arrange a day trip around the island on Sunday, and that is to listen to the live singing of the famous Lobo Church Children’s Choir (TheLobocChildren’sChoir). This choir has performed many world tours and has won awards in choir competitions worldwide. Their concerts at the Manila Cultural Center cost as much as 1,500 pesos, and they have also been invited to China to participate in the Shanghai Art Festival. Robo Church is a Christian church. The exterior is designed with the shape of the Pope’s triple crown and the cross of the Jesuit Order. It belongs to the centrally symmetrical Baroque architectural style with many angel statues, giving people a sense of tranquility and harmony. This church was the burial place of priest Alonsode Humanes in the early 17th century, and many believers regard it as a place of pilgrimage. In 1768, the Jesuits rebuilt the church and built a colonnade to strengthen the foundation of the building. There is a convent behind the church with a gilded ceiling. The three-story seminary has a balcony made of stained glass. The top floor is now a museum where precious holy objects are displayed to visitors. The singing time on Sundays is 7:30-8:30. Tell the driver that we want to listen to the singing. He kindly sent us to the Robb Church at 7 o'clock. At this time, many believers were seated, and we too I found a seat and thought it was just a choir singing. In fact, the whole ceremony started from outside the church. The pastor led the congregation to circle around the church before entering. Although I didn’t understand what the pastor said, the whole atmosphere was very solemn. At the back of the building, but most of the time, the whole chorus is used. The front will use projection to type out the lyrics. We can also keep up with the pinyin. When we first heard the chorus, it was shocking, and the children's voice in the choir was pure and sweet.
Loboc Town (Loboc Town) may be the second largest town on Bohol Island after Tagbilaran, as is the Loboc San Pedro Church (Museo De Loboc) built in 1602 One of the oldest churches on the island. The earthquake collapsed in 2013. As famous as this church’s long history, there is also an interesting story about her. People decided to build a bridge over the Loboc River next to the church. They didn’t know this. The bridge was designed by a friend who was short-sighted. When the construction was halfway, the workers found that the bridge was facing the church. If it was built further, the church had to be demolished, so the construction had to be stopped.
I don’t understand that the entrance is introducing the church of St. Augustine, but the Internet is loboc