St. Joseph The Worker
Parish Church

St. Joseph The Worker Parish is one of the oldest churches in the province of Bulacan. In 1751, the parish was only made from light materials. The construction to make it into stone started in 1842 and finished in 1854. Like any other 19th century churches, this church had undergone renovations and development to maintain the elegant classic architecture.

The St. Joseph The Worker Parish has been a witness throughout the wars. It had been burned thrice but still survived over the years. It was firstly burned during the Spanish-Filipino War in 1896 to 1898. Secondly, during the Japanese-Filipino War in 1841 to 1945. And lastly, during the Hukbalahap Rebellion in 1950. 

This remodeled parish retained its antiquity ambiance and its original bell that has been considered one of the oldest bells in the Philippines.

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