The Philippines is abundant in structures that are admirable. From historical churches that reveal beliefs and culture, massive buildings that represent growth in the economy, to commercial establishments that initiate fun, bonding, and leisure, we can proudly say that the history of Philippine architecture is perfectly interesting.
Schools are home to buildings, classrooms, and facilities that contribute to the growth of the students. However, due to busy schedules and extra-curricular activities, it is easy for us to overlook structures that are impressive.
Ateneo de Manila University the Church of the Gesù came at number 8.
The Roman Catholic Church of the Ateneo de Manila University campus was designed by Architects Jose Pedro Recio and Carmelo Casas. The massive triangular structure of the edifice symbolizes the Holy trinity and the three-fold mission and vision of the school. In September 2001, the cornerstone of the church was laid and blessed and in 2002, the dedication liturgy for was celebrated by Cardinal Jaime Sin.