Our Lady of Guadalupe at Guadalupe Cave
Guadalupe Cave is a small cave where one has to line up to enter. Further to enter you have to cover your head with Our Lady of Guadalupe’s blue veil to ameliorate your sorrow. The image found in Guadalupe Cave narrates that Cebuano forefathers hid the image there out of fear. They thought that it might be taken back by the Spaniards or dishonored by non-believing people. The image in the cave was slipped from public memory until a local wild chicken trapper found it by chance. The image was eventually placed in a chapel. This is the same place where the present Guadalupe Parish Church stands. The cave, meanwhile, was left unattended until a patron who remains anonymous offered to refurbish it. In 1977, parish priest Rev. Msgr. Esteban S. Binghay had it blessed. The water dripping from the cave is said to have healing powers and a pilgrimage to the cave is said to grant the believer’s wish. To visit this cave, you must come to Langub, Kalunasan, Guadalupe, Cebu City.
The way to Guadalupe Cave
The image of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Cran @ Guadalupe Cave