Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Pink Sisters Adoration Convent of Divine Mercy in Tagaytay City

We visited the Pink Sister Servants of the Holy Spirit of Perpetual Adoration during our day tour in Tagaytay City. It's one of the many and famous churches in Tagaytay City. It was a Sunday morning and we we're there as early as 7 a.m.; the place has a decent parking area that I think can accommodate more than 150 cars. There were a lot of attendees given that it's a Sunday, the chapel was full packed, and during the mass you can't stay or stand in the aisles. There were plastic seats lined outside the chapel to accommodate more mass goers. The place was so serene, peaceful, and relaxing. The chapel's altar was barricaded with iron grilles; you cannot go beyond the grilles.

You can write and leave your prayer intentions located in the left wing of the chapel. There's a small corner wherein you can find pieces of paper, envelopes, and pens. After you write down your request or intentions, place it in an envelope and drop it in the box. 

How to go to the Pink Sisters Chapel in Tagaytay City? From Sta. Rosa-Tagaytay Road, turn right (you'll be in Tagaytay-Calamba Road). Drive straight ahead until you reach the Tagaytay Rotonda, turn right to Emilio Aguinaldo Highway (landmark Galaxy Restaurant & Famous Eli's Delicious BBQ). Drive straight, turn right on Arnoldus Road until you reach the Pink Sisters Chapel. It takes 6 minutes (1.6 km) from the Tagaytay Rotonda to Pink Sisters Tagaytay. Pink Sisters Adoration Convent of Divine Mercy, Holy Spirit Drive, Brgy. Maitim 2nd East, Tagaytay City, Cavite, Philippines.

Holy Mass schedule:
Daily 6:30 a.m.
Vespers/Benediction 5:00 p.m. 
Sunday 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. with Vespers
First Saturday 4:15 p.m.

There are lots of pasalubong stores outside the Pink Sisters Chapel. The most numerous of which were honey, nuts, dried tawilis (a type of sardine which can only be found in Taal Lake), guyabano (soursop) juice, and native vinegar. You can also buy fresh lettuce and other veggies, suman, ube halaya, guyabano (soursop) fruit, coffee grounds, tea powder, and more. Unfortunately I haven't found the famous pasalubong treat from the Pink Sisters Chapel which is the cloister cookies.

Before exploring other places to go in Tagaytay City, why not start your trip by visiting a church.

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