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  Adoration of Divine Chapel, Cebu, Philippines
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Adoration Convent of Divine Peace is in Mandaue City, Cebu ...

After a visit by Mother Mary Aurora to Cebu early in 1970, due among other things to the generous good will of a number of prominent laymen, who helped to find the right piece of property and rendered assistance in many other ways also. In September 1971 Cardinal Rosales was to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of his episcopal ordination and arranged to have the cornerstone laying of the new Adoration Chapel and Convent of Divine Peace on September 19 as a worthy part of the festivities. On June 26, 1973 the Cardinal offered the inaugural Mass in the temporary chapel in the completed convent building, and the service of adoration of the Blessed Sacrament began.

More than a year passed before the inauguration of the beautiful chapel on July 27, 1974 could take place. The members of a zealous League of Adorers, animated by a missionary spirit, promote the apostolate of adoration and plan periodic recollection days.

The chapel is a gathering point of both individuals and groups to honor our Eucharistic Lord in the liturgy and in para-liturgical services, as well as in the annual Eucharistic Festival for nine days before the Solemnity of Corpus Christi, which draws fervent overflow crowds.

othercontact: Banilad, Mandaue City, Cebu.

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