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"Doon Po Sa Amin, Abot Kamay ang Langit"
Transcript of "Doon Po Sa Amin, Abot Kamay ang Langit"
THIS IS AN ENTRY TO THE
COMMUNITY MAPPING COMPETITION
SMART COMMUNICATIONS, INC.
DOON PO SA AMIN: ABOT KAMAY ANG LANGIT
CHRIST THE KING PARISH CHURCH, MUZON, TAYTAY, RIZAL
The parish of Christ the King is bounded by the two barangays of Muzon and San Juan. These barangays are formerly part of the parish of St. John the Baptist. So there are two parishes in the politically set – up town of Taytay Rizal east of Metro Manila.
The parish of Christ the King formally erected on May 15, 1984 after almost a year of preparing the would – be parishioners-setting up their minds, pulling out human resources and bargaining for the establishment of the seat of the parish, less than a year after the formal inauguration of the Diocese of Antipolo. It was the first parish created under the Diocese of Antipolo.
The parish of Christ the King has a total land area of 1,831 hectares, a close to 30,000 population, 85 percent of which are Catholics residing in almost 30 sitios, compounds and subdivisions from "Homeland to Kapalaran:" in a common boundary speaking manner.
The barangays of Muzon and San Juan become distant from the parish center of St. John the Baptist because of the increasing demands of the people for a shepherd-tending –his- flock, the emergence of non Catholic sects and denominations, the disorientation "Saradong Katoliko" and the misguided potential leaders.
Steven Kent G. Lomtong
Jean Nicole Zapanta
Ma. Nykha Domondon
Mark Anthony Abordo
Ms. Bernadette G. Bautista
Christ the King Parish was known as "Church in the Sky" because of its location. When you're in the vicinity, you will be thrilled with the overlooking scenery
This Church builds a monument dedicated for the spirits of unborn children.
Church in the Sky became a sanctuary for Catholics in the community where people are followers of different religions
Christ the King Parish symbolizes the strong faith of the community.
Locat tourists usually visit the Church in the Sky.