The Immaculate Conception Church was established on May 4, 1830. While the plans of the church were made by Bishop Santos Gomes Maranon, Fr. Julian Bermejo selected the site for the church. Bishop Maranon is the same prelate behind the construction of the kiosk protecting Magellan’s Cross. Fr. Bermejo supervised the construction of the church, which was completed in 1848. Aside from the residents of Oslob, the residents of Santander, formerly Tañon, and Nueva Caceres, formerly Ivisan, helped in building the church.
You can visit the Immaculate Conception Church of Oslob by getting on a bus headed for Oslob at the Cebu South Bus Terminal. Once you reach the town proper, you can simply ask for directions from locals since the church is within walking distance from the center of the town.
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