Located in the southwestern part of the Philippines, Palawan is a slender island shaped like a raft. A church in the upper reaches of the island built in 1872, also known as the Blue Church. I have a kind of awe in the church because of the tall church building and the image of Jesus' crucifixion; there is a little closer, because from the university, there are roommates who are church members, often accompanying to go to parties and choirs.
The entrance to the church stands a statue of the Virgin, surrounded by babies, which is the symbol of the church. When the visitors were gone, the church was quiet. Only I stood in front of Jesus Christ on the shelf, silently looking at each other.
In the corner that is not noticed, there is a cupboard with Jesus lying in the sky. If it is coming at night, suddenly seeing this cabinet, is there any inexplicable fright?
The Blue Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral of the Holy Inspiration, can be reached all the way along Rizal Avenue. The
Blue Cathedral was built in 1872 and is a Catholic church with a light blue main building.
The glass inside the church is very transparent. Although it is not so luxurious and complicated, it has another fresh taste.
When we went, we were catching up with a newcomer in the church, which was very festive.