The church as a Catholic institution, holds Eucharistic celebration on a regular basis daily. It is the primary service of the church. It is emphasized in every activities and events as the centerpiece of the rituals in the Catholic faith.
The Catholic Church sees the Mass or Eucharist as "the source and summit of the Christian life," to which the other sacraments are oriented. Masses are held to announce and internalize God's words, to ask for forgiveness of sins and to commemorate and participate in the sacrifice of Jesus Christ as seen during the Holy Week celebrations and to receive Christ in communion.
Masses are held on certain times of the week, mostly on Sundays and Holy Celebrations in the calendar of the Catholic Church. The masses are in Filipino. Aside from the celebration of the Holy Mass, the church also holds novenas, rosary prayers, hold holy hours and vigils to commemorate a certain saint and to strengthen the faith of the people.
The schedule of masses during holy celebrations are announced after regular masses in the weeks prior to the celebrations and through this website.