Church of Immaculate Concepcion in Cavite

Church Immaculate Concepcion Naic Cavite Diocesan Shrine Neo Gothic Architecture Construction Style Church Dominican Spanish University Santo Tomas War Damage Renovation History Location Schedule The Diocesan Shrine of the Immaculate Concepcion, also known as the Naic Church, is located in the municipality of Naic and is one of the largest churches in Cavite Province. It is the only Neo-Gothic style church in Cavite which was established in 1796 and constructed by the Dominicans. The Naic Church sits in the center of the former Dominican hacienda of San Isidro Labrador which funded the development of the University of Santo Tomas during the Spanish colonial period. Although its altar was totally demolished by the bombing of the town in World War II, the image of Immaculate Concepcion miraculously survived without a scratch and is still venerated by devotees as a strong mediatrix for prayers and petitions

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