1.) Church of Santa Cruz (Immaculate Concepcion Parish of Santa Cruz)
Church of Santa Cruz, dedicated to Our Lady of the Immaculate Concepcion, was originally constructed of stone in 1608 under the direction of Franciscan Father Antonio De La Llave, the first parish priest. Enlarged in 1672 by Father Miguel Perciva with the addition of two wings giving the church the form of a cross. In 1850, Father Juan Antonio Marzo built the principal nave and the convent and remodelled the five altars. Destroyed by fire on 26 January 1945 during the liberation. Reconstructed in 1948 under the auspices of the 10th post-war executive planning council of Santa Cruz through the initiative of Reverend Father Mariano Limjuco.
2.) Cathedral Of Our Lady of Maulawin
3.) Gadula Chapel
located along National Highway, Brgy. Gatid
4.) Ina ng Awa
5.) San Roque Chapel
6.) Bagumbayan Chapel
8.) San Vicente Chapel- Bubukal
9.) St. Joseph The Worker Chapel
10.) Church in Brgy. Duhat
11.) Brgy. Patimbao Church
12.) Nuestra Señora De Los Angeles Chapel – Brgy. Calios
Cathedral of Our Lady of Maulawin is an Aglipayan Church (Iglesia Filipina Independiente) and not a Roman Catholic Church.
I agree po, I retítled it to Catholic Churches