Philippines, as only Christian country in whole Asia Pacific, contains hundred of Roman Catholic Churches derived from other Orders such as Dominican and Franciscan. Being under the control of Spanish regime for more than 300 years, Philippine culture has been greatly influenced by Spanish culture, belief and customs. One of the highlight of the Spanish regime here in the Philippines is their religion–the Catholic Church.
The miraculous well which were sealed since1912 due to cholera outbreak
small chapel which is intended to the Our Lady of the Well is located
just behind the Church of Sta. Ana de Manila. The chapel housed the
image of the Our Lady of the Well or the The Our Lady of the Abandoned,
and a well, which is said to be older than the Church itself. The well
is said to be miraculous, give healing to those who believed.
Unfortunately, the well was sealed in 1912 due to cholera outbreak. As
to this date, the well is still sealed.
the Capilla de Virgen dela Pozo is a small Chinese temple dedicated to
no other than Our Lady of the Well or the Our Lady of the Abandoned.
This temple was built by the Chinese people converted into Catholics