SM Seaside City Cebu opens San Pedro Calungsod Chapel for Holiday Masses


The ongoing SM Seaside City Cebu construction won’t stop us from going to the vicinity since they will be opening to the public the magnificent San Pedro Calungsod Chapel to celebrate Holiday Masses this Christmas. Named as “An architectural representation of God’s open-ended love” by Carlos Arnaiz of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, the faith sanctuary published schedules from December 8, 2012 to January 1, 2013.

The Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod located at SM Seaside Complex in South Road Properties [Photo credit: SM Seaside City Cebu on Facebook]

On December 2, Sunday, a Eucharistic mass was held in the celebration of the First Sunday of Advent. The Holy Mass was officiated by its first rector, Msgr. Vicente Tupas. Masses will be celebrated every Sunday hereafter at 6PM.

Holiday Mass Schedule at San Pedro Calungsod Chapel [Photo credit: SM Seaside City Cebu on Facebook]

Here is an updated listing of the masses at the Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod for the holidays:

Holiday Mass Schedule

December 8, Saturday – Anticipated Mass
December 9, Sunday – Sunday Mass
December 15, Saturday – Anticipated Mass
December 16, Sunday – Sunday Mass
December 17 to 23 – Christmas Masses
December 24, Monday – Anticipated Christmas Mass
December 25, Tuesday – Christmas Mass
December 29, Saturday – Anticipated Mass
December 30, Sunday – Sunday Mass
December 31, Monday – Anticipated New Year Mass
January 1, Tuesday – New Year’s Day Mass

December 8, Saturday – Feast of the Immaculate Conception Mass

Please join us at the Chapel and visit the image of San Pedro Calungsod that was brought to Rome and displayed at the templete during the National Thanksgiving Mass last November 30, 2012.

The Chapel is open from 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM daily and until 7:30 PM during Mass days.

Join the Official SM Seaside City Cebu Facebook Page and learn more about the Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod.

You can also read the “An architectural representation of God’s open-ended love” by Carlos Arnaiz of the Philippine Daily Inquirer.

Locate the Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod, South Road Properties

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