Monday, May 24, 2010

Inside the Imus Cathedral

May 24, 2010

It was a very sunny day when we went to the Imus Cathedral at Imus, Cavite. When you get inside the Cathedral, the first thing you will notice is the Dark-Ages France style designs on the upper parts of the walls and the trusses up until the altar. Upon the walls are embossed Latin words which are important to the teachings of the Catholic Church.

The whole of Cavite is under the Diocese of Imus. The Diocese was canonically erected on April 1962. The Imus Cathedral or the Cathedral Parish of Our Lady of the Pillar serves as the seat of the diocese.

In 2011, the Diocese of Imus will celebrate their Golden Jubilee as diocese since their establishment in 1961.

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Misalyn said...

Nice mono shot Steven and thanks for the info.

Steven (Cavite DP) said...

Thank you so much Misalyn! I'm really glad you liked it! Nice to see you again here :D


JM said...

I agree, it's a nice b&w shot, Steven!

Steven (Cavite DP) said...

Thank you very much my friend JM! I really love shooting on Black and White and I'm happy it shows on my Works!


Anonymous said...

Nice shot, but sadly, this church sufferred from renovations in the 70s.