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Timings : Monday to Friday - 7:15 AM, 12:15 PM, 5:45 PM, 7:00 PM; Saturday - 12:15 PM Filipino Mass, 4:30 PM, 6:00 PM Anticipated Sunday Masses; Sunday - 7:15 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM, 12:00 PM, 3:00 PM, 4:30 PM, 6:00 PM, 7:30 PM

Time Required : 1 - 2 hrs

Entry Fee : No Entry Fee

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Greenbelt Chapel, Manila Overview

Located within the Ayala Center, Greenbelt Park in the Makati district of Metro Manila, Greenbelt Chapel, also known as Chapel of Santo Niño de Paz, is a green oasis in the heart of the concrete jungle and chaos of the city. Enveloped in lush greenery, the church was completed in 1983 and is one amongst the most impressive and outstanding buildings of the city. Unlike the traditional Catholic churches, this one is open air, with a concrete dome and it resembles mostly a pavilion than a traditional church with thick enclosed walls. It has a roof built in the shape of a soldier’s cap and a covered walkway leading to the centre of the church from the entrance. Surrounded by a tranquil pond, green plants and spectacular sculptures, the park is an idyllic escape from the cacophony of the city.

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History of the Greenbelt Chapel

Not very long ago, there was a cancer patient named Fanny Diploma was admitted in the Makati Medical Center who had lost all hopes. The doctors had given up on her so she turned to the gods. She prayed to God and vowed to spend the rest of her life serving him in case she got well. And miraculously, she did. So her recovery from the fatal disease resulted in the birth of the chapel. She came from a wealthy family and so she, along with her family, got the church built as a thanksgiving gesture to the Almighty. The chapel was completed and ready to operate by 1983.

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