Slideshow: Bohol Heritage Churches Then & Now (Eathquake Aftermath)

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At exactly 8:12 AM (GMT +8) of October 15, 2013, a powerful earthquake with magnitude 7.2 struck Central Visayas with epicenter on the east of the town of Carmen in the island of Bohol. The earthquake was also felt in Cebu, Negros, Leyte, Siquijor, Guimaras, Panay, Masbate and parts of Bicol and Mindanao.

A total of 222 people were reported dead, 8 were missing, and 976 people were injured, while a lot of structures are reportedly collapsed and severely damaged including centuries-old heritage churches of Bohol.

Here are the photos of the heritage churches of Baclayon, Dauis, Loay, Loboc, Loon, Clarin, Inabanga and Maribojoc in their original state and their state after the powerful earthquake.

Credits to the original owners of the photos.



14 thoughts on “Slideshow: Bohol Heritage Churches Then & Now (Eathquake Aftermath)

  1. It is about time for the church to wake up. Soon people will start asking where their money/donations go…It is time to act responsibly now before the people do a rally against the church. Thank you.

  2. @ catholic church management, what happened to the tithes offered to you by your patrons? was well spent for your personal use?

  3. This could be a wake up call to the Catholic Priest to stop meddling with the affairs of the state, but take care of their own churches instead.

  4. The message here is very clear…. the real God not only doesn’t dwell in those stone buildings but also despise what with in its walls and what it stands for

  5. If they only spend the Millions on retrofitting this Churches instead of keeping it in their own pocket it will be one of the best places that the pilgrimage tour will be tourinng.

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