Vicariates and Parishes

 

  • Christ the King Parish (Greenmeadows)
  • Nativity of the Lord Parish
  • Our Lady of Miraculous Medal Parish
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish (13th Ave)
  • San Roque Parish
  • Saint John Paul II Parish
  • Transfiguration of our Lord Parish

  • Immaculate Conception Parish (Damar)
  • Most Holy Redeemer Parish (Masambong)
  • National Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes
  • St. Joseph the Worker Parish (Balintawak)
  • Sto. Domingo Parish (La Naval de Manila Shrine)
  • Sanctuario de San Pedro Bautista Parish
  • Sta. Perpetua Parish
  • Sta. Teresita del Nino Jesus Parish

  • Diocesan Shrine of St. Joseph
  • Holy Cross Parish
  • Holy Family Parish (Kamias)
  • Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish
  • Our Lady of Pentecost Parish
  • Parish of the Holy Sacrifice
  • Parish of the Lord of Divine Mercy
  • San Isidro Labrador Quasi-Parish
  • Sta Maria della Strada Parish

  • Christ the King Parish (Project 7)
  • Parish of the Hearts of Jesus and Mary
  • Resurrection of Our Lord Parish
  • San Antonio de Padua Parish
  • Saint Jude Quasi-Parish
  • Sta. Rita de Cascia Parish
  • Sto. Cristo de Bungad Parish

OUR LADY OF FATIMA PARISH

 


The Our Lady of Fatima Parish used to be a chapel community of the Most Holy Redeemer Parish in Brixton Hills, under the care of the Sacred Heart Missionaries. The chapel was built mainly because of the stories about the shower of petals in a house located at the corner of Luskot and Cordillera streets, which was adjacent to the house of the MSC fathers. Upon hearing these stories, the faithful in the area flocked to the site, and prompted them to build a make-shift chapel. They eventually realized the need for a church of their own. A vacant lot along Alcam St. (now Lourdes Castillo Street) was chosen as the site. In 1973, diocesan clergy took ever administration of the Most Holy Redeemer Parish from the MSC fathers. On May 18, 1974, Archbishop Sin visited the Most Holy Redeemer Parish, after which he also visited the chapel community of Our Lady of Fatima. Seeing the need of the community, he announced right there and then that Our Lady of Fatima Parish be established formally. Three days after, the decree came for the creation of the new parish, and four days later, Fr. Agerico Galang was installed as the first parish priest.

PRESENT: Rev. Fr. Herbel F. Torres

Former Parish Priests 

  • Rev. Msgr. Agerico L. Galang (1974-1985)
  • Rev. Fr. Alex Amandy (1985-1989)
  • Rev. Fr. Jojo Maximiano (1989)
  • Rev. Fr. Ric Torrefiel (1990-1998)
  • Rev. Fr. Omer Prieto (1999)
  • Rev. Fr. Ben Arceño (1999-2006)
  • Rev. Fr. Arthur T. Opiniano (2006-2012)
  • Rev. Fr. Alfredo A. Pascual, Jr. (2012)

MASSES:
​Monday to Saturday
 – 6:00 AM, 6:30 PM
Sunday
 – 6:00 AM, 7:15 AM, 8:30 AM, 9:45 AM, 12:00N
 – 3:30 PM, 4:45 PM, 6:00 PM, 7:15 PM

BAPTISM:
 – Sunday at 10:00 AM

WEDDINGS:
 – By appointment

DEVOTIONS:
 – Novena to San Lorenzo Ruiz – Monday: 6:00pm 
 – Novena to St. Anthony of Padua – Tuesday: 6:00pm 
 – Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help – Wednesday: 6:00pm 
 – Novena to Sacred Heart of Jesus – Friday: 6:00pm 

CONFESSION:
 – Every after Mass. (Please advise the priest before the Mass starts.)

37 Cordillera St., Quezon City
Tel:
 (02) 413-4512
Titular: Our Lady of Fatima
Date Established: May 21, 1974
Feast Day: Third Sunday of May

 

About

A community of Christ-like disciples empowered and sent through effective servant leadership moving towards becoming Church of the Poor

 

GET IN TOUCH

  •  Location: 41 Lantana Street, Cubao, Quezon City, Metro Manila, 1109 
  • Phone: (02) 723- 5113 to 16
  • Email: info@dioceseofcubao.ph