Roman Catholic Diocese of Legazpi

About Diocese of Legazpi

Also called the Albay Cathedral, this is the Episcopal Seat of the Diocese of Legazpi. The cathedral started as a lowly wooden chapel built by the early Spanish missionaries in the 1580s. It was extensively damaged during WW2 and was renovated in 1951. Today, the St. Gregory the Great Cathedral is the most prominent landmark in the Old Albay District and is the endpoint of one of the grandest Good Friday processions in the region.

Also called the Albay Cathedral, this is the Episcopal Seat of the Diocese of Legazpi. The cathedral started as a lowly wooden chapel built by the early Spanish missionaries in the 1580s. It was extensively damaged during WW2 and was renovated in 1951. Today, the St. Gregory the Great Cathedral is the most prominent landmark in the Old Albay District and is the endpoint of one of the grandest Good Friday processions in the region.

Also called the Albay Cathedral, this is the Episcopal Seat of the Diocese of Legazpi. The cathedral started as a lowly wooden chapel built by the early Spanish missionaries in the 1580s. It was extensively damaged during WW2 and was renovated in 1951. Today, the St. Gregory the Great Cathedral is the most prominent landmark in the Old Albay District and is the endpoint of one of the grandest Good Friday processions in the region.

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