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Daet Cathedral

The Daet Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity, is a prominent Latin Rite Roman Catholic cathedral located in Daet, Camarines Norte, Philippines. It was erected in 1984 after the Diocese of Daet was created by a Papal Bull on May 27, 1974. As of 2013 the rector is the Most Reverend Gilbert Armea Garcera.

Daet Cathedral
Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity
Catedral de la Santísima Trinidad
Daet Cathedral
Location in Camarines Norte
Daet Cathedral
Daet Cathedral (Luzon)
Daet Cathedral
Daet Cathedral (Philippines)
14°07′27″N 122°56′53″E / 14.12430°N 122.94799°E / 14.12430; 122.94799Coordinates: 14°07′27″N 122°56′53″E / 14.12430°N 122.94799°E / 14.12430; 122.94799
LocationGahonon, Daet, Camarines Norte
CountryPhilippines
DenominationRoman Catholic
History
StatusActive
FoundedSeptember 1, 1984 (1984-09-01)
Founder(s)Bishop Celestino R. Enverga, D.D.
DedicationMost Holy Trinity
St. Joseph the Worker
Architecture
Groundbreaking1974
Completed1984
Specifications
MaterialsStone, cement and bricks
Administration
ProvinceCamarines Norte
DioceseDiocese of Daet
Clergy
Bishop(s)Bishop Rex Andrew Clement Alarcon, D.D.
RectorBishop Rex Andrew C. Alarcon, D.D.
Vicar(s)Fr. Ronal Anthony P. Timoner
Assistant priest(s)Fr. Michael T. Rañeses
Deacon(s)Rev. Peyton De Viana
Laity
Music group(s)Daet Cathedral Choir

History

The construction of the parish church took a long time of preparation. It started long before Camarines Norte became a diocese. During the incumbency of Msgr. Antonino O. Reganit as parish priest of Daet, the cathedral compound was acquired from the Magana Family. Construction of a complex building was started, the center of which was the proposed main altar. Reganit died before completion.

September 1, 1974 was the canonical erection day of the diocese, with the ordination and installation of the first bishop, Celestino R. Enverga. Enverga completed construction, with modifications, and launched other infrastructure projects: the bishop's residence with the annexed parish house, the cathedral, the Carillon Multi-purpose hall, the library, museum and printing house, the Blessed Sacrament Chapel, the Kolbe's House (now the Holy Trinity Cathedral Rectory Office), the Bishop Enverga Hall, the concrete fencing of the compound with guard-house in the two gates, and the stand-by power house.

The cathedral church was consecrated on September 1, 1984, on the first decade celebration of the diocese. It was dedicated to the Most Holy Trinity by Jose T. Sanchez, Archbishop of Nueva Segovia, with Wilfredo D. Manlapaz as preacher and Pablo Balon as rector.[1]

On November 2, 1995, a strong typhoon destroyed the cathedral's roof and a series of typhoons damaged the church again in the year 2005.

List of recent Rectors

References

  1. ^ . Archived from the original on 2012-05-25. Retrieved 2012-12-31.

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