San Pedro Cathedral

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The San Pedro Cathedral will be the oldest church in Davao City, Davao, Philippines. It was named immediately after San Pedro (Saint Peter), the patron saint of Davao. The original structure was built in 1847 throughout the Spanish period led by the Spanish Conquistador Don Jose Uyanguren, the San Pedro Cathedral is a single in the city’s first establishments for worship. The current church that can be seen at the corners of San Pedro St and C.M. Recto Avenue is really a modern design with a distinctive frontal curved-concept made from solid concrete. The old altar from the San Pedro Church is preserved within the right wing from the cathedral which features antique images and relics of Saint Peter and other saints.

Regular activities such as Catholic Life inside the Spirit Seminar are held inside the San Pedro Cathedral Parish Auditorium. The church is also asking to support the “Mission Society of the Philippines (MSP)” along with the “No to Reproductive Health Bill”.

One particular of your really notable sights at San Pedro Cathedral will be the bell tower which housed an image in the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Ten Commandments of God inside garden. There is really a statue in the Mother Mary putting the dead body of Jesus on her lap.

Inside San Pedro Cathedral, there are numerous stalls which sell religious items including relics, rosaries along with the like.
Schedule of Parish Services


Daily Masses

* 6:00 am – English
* 12:00 nn – English
* 4:30 pm – Cebuano (Each and every Wednesday and 1st Friday)
* 5:thirty pm – Cebuano

Initial Saturday

* 6:thirty pm – Nocturnal Eucharistic Adoration
* Every Wednesday right after 12:00 nn, 4:thirty pm and 5:30 pm masses – Blessing of religious articles

Sunday

* 5:00 am – Cebuano
* 6:30 am – English
* eight:00 am – English
* 9:thirty am – Cebuano
* 11:00 am – Baptism / Confirmation
* 12:00 nn – English
* 1:thirty pm – Cebuano
* 3:00 pm – Cebuano
* 4:30 pm – Cebuano
* six:00 pm – English

Baptism – Just about every Sunday except final Sunday of the month
Confirmation – Each last Sunday in the month
Community Wedding – 1st and third Saturday from the month at 8:00 am

Individual Wedding

* Every day except Sunday at eight:00 am
* Monday at three:00 pm only
* Initially Friday and initial Wednesday at 10:00 am and 2:00 pm only

Sick Call – Coordinate with the parish office
Confession – Each Wednesday and Friday at 5:thirty pm to six:30 pm
Funeral Mass, Blessing of House, Office or Building – To be scheduled at the office, preferably three days prior to.

How to get there

In most parts within the downtown area of Davao City, 1 can see jeepneys going to San Pedro St or Bankerohan. Some routes will pass 1-2 blocks away. Just ask the driver from the jeepney if he would pass (or pass near) San Pedro Cathedral. Fare is usually at P7.00 unless you’re coming from a far place.

Address: San Pedro St., Davao City (In front of the Sangguniang Panglungsud Building-Legislative Building)
Contact Person: Ms. Jenette Bakial
Tel no.: +63(082) 226-4740

Marriage Fees:

Church Fee Image of Peso 3,000.00
Decoration 1,000.00
Video Coverage 200.00
LCR registration fee 200.00
Organist 100.00
Singer 100.00
Total: Image of Peso 4,600.00

Please Note: Price inclusive of 2 sponsors (additional sponsors P 50.00/person)




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5 responses to “San Pedro Cathedral”

  1. Teresa Balili says:

    Hi,

    I’m looking for a Church which okay with Mixed Marriage. My boyfriend is a born again. Some Churches here in Davao won’t accept a different religion. Is this Church okay with it? Please help.
    Thank you.

  2. tom Schuim says:

    Dear friends

    When you ever need somebody to take care for the church
    I am yours.

    After a long life working I like to find a place with rest to serve people to the church

    Dreaming of a prayerhome ( a smal and simples house near an church where we can invite people for bed and brealfast to give them the oppurtunities to pray for some days

    I am a Dutch man 65 years young and like to stay the rest of my life somewhere in the wordl with this opportunities

    When you know something, hear something or just have a good advice, I will appreciate very much your information

    Tom Schuim
    Holland

  3. mary says:

    hello,
    accept po ba kayo ng dating protestant but not active na po..balak po nmin sa catholic church pakasal nagsisimba na rin po ko sa catholic eh..if yes po anu po iba requirements? pwede po ba ang tita ko magpareserve ng time nd date kasi dito pa ko manila po..pls email me po..
    thank you
    Li

  4. Jeve says:

    hi,my name is jeve I’am a lector in san pedro cathedral parish well this LCCP children is very kind paminsan-minsan nag-uusap sila sa loob simbahan pero respectful naman sa mga elders and especially to the praise and to the sisters. 🙂 pls. visit the san pedro cathedral parish sobra pong maganda sa san pedro cathedral parish :)……………..

  5. Mary Therese Sevilla says:

    May I request for my sacramental certificates for 1st Holy Communion and Confirmation, please? I received them in 1957 from Msgr. Clovis Thibault. I was a student of the University of Immaculate Conception (Immaculate Conception College or ICC, then). Our Mother Superior was Mo. Maria Assumpta David. Please help me obtain recent copies of my certificates. Thank you very much.

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