Welcome to the ROMAN CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF CUBAO WEBSITE

Welcome to the new website of the Diocese of Cubao! While this site primarily hopes to help Church leaders and volunteers rendering service to the Diocese and its parishes, visitors will also find it a useful resource to get information in & around, and about the diocese. This site is still a work in progress. However, the dedicated team of volunteers behind it will ensure that the site will be constantly updated with content that will be relevant and valuable, not only to those who want to build a relationship with the Diocese, but to those who want to strengthen their faith as well.

Closing of Holy Doors

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