Kamay ni Hesus was built under the leadership of Fr. Joseph Faller, a well-known healing priest. It is located in Brgy. Tinamnan, Lucban, Quezon. Kamay ni Hesus is a healing center where a healing mass is being conducted in the chapel every Wednesdays and Saturdays at 9:30 in the morning.
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As any traveler will tell you, it?s impossible to fully explore Quezon province or any destination in just 24 hours. But if this is all the time you?ve got, we along with the Philippine Tour Operators Association (PHILTOA) have made a guide, which showcases some of the best this beautiful Tagalog province has to offer. Buckle up and bon voyage!
With an area of 870,660 hectares, including islands dotting the Pacific Ocean, Quezon province offers visual and gustatory delights to visitors. A two-day stay, mostly in the central towns and cities, is enough to sample the best of its attractions.
Right after a welcome arch along the Maharlika Highway in Barangay Lalig in Tiaong town, a three-hour trip southeast of Metro Manila, is Villa Escudero, a coconut plantation resort. Its Labasin waterfalls restaurant is a perfect spot to enjoy native food "kamayan" style, spread on bamboo tables as gushing waters tickle your bare feet. (Footwear ...
Lucban has been on my "must-travel" ever since I've seen the colourful leaf-shaped decoration in front of the town's old houses during the Pahiyas Festival. The vibe on the pictures are so lively and generous. They call Lucban the Summer Capital of Quezon Province because of its cool weather all throughout the year. No doubt because the town is nestled at the foot of Mt. Banahaw. This title made me more excited to visit the town which came true just this month! I was able to find a hotel in Lucban that's very comfortable and perfect for my stay.
I have been to Lucban twice but the heavens w ...
It was a good decision to explore Lucban, specifically Kamay ni Hesus, one Saturday morning with my parents and my son, Gavin. I was under the impression that there's nothing to explore but I was wrong and found myself guilty about it. It was a 3-hour trip but it was all worth it.
Our itinerary was at Kamay ni Jesus Shrine in Lucban, Quezon, which is a pilgrimage destination among Filipinos. Some go there to offer prayers and request for healing. Some go there for their time alone and have a silent celebration of their birthday. My family and I went there to request for healing for my mom a ...
Lucban is one of the Municipalities in Quezon Province, north of Manila. It is famous for Pahiyas Festival which is held every 15th of May.
How to get there….
by Public Transportation from Metro Manila (Quezon City):
1. Take a bus (Jac Liner, Lucena Lines, Grand Star, or Tritran/Jam bus) bound to Lucena City. Passenger terminals are located in EDSA-Kamuning/Kamias in Quezon City. You'll get off at Lucena Grand Terminal. (Duration : approx 5 hours, Fare: Php200+)
2. From Lucena Grand Terminal you can take a Jeepney, Van or a mini Bus going Lucban. (duration: approx 45 mins, fare P ...
Located in Barangay Tinamnan, Lucban in the province of Quezon, Kamay ni Hesus Shrine is a famous religious shrine and grotto of the province.
Also known as Via Dolorosa Grotto, Kamay ni Hesus was built under the initiative of Fr. Joseph "Joey" Faller in 2003. He is known as a gifted healing priest. Due to Fr. Faller's healing masses, Kamay ni Hesus became one of the country's most visited healing centers.
One of the highlights of Kamay ni Hesus is the 50-foot statue of Christ with his arm wide open found on the top of a hill. This statue is often referred to as the Risen Christ or Ascen ...