St Joseph the worker parish Davao City
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St Joseph the worker parish Davao City

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St. Joseph the worker parish located at Pampanga, Davao City. Established on the year 1964 with the help of PME fathers. The first Air condition Catholic parish in Davao City.

  • flewen 6 months ago
    wow. This is the parish I belong...:-)
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