Pope Francis in Philippines: Live Stream Sites

Pope Francis in Philippines live stream sites will be available for the public during his five-day apostolic and state visit to the country.

Pope Francis in Philippines
Courtesy of www.presidencia.gov.ar
Telecoms and multimedia service provider PLDT, together with Smart and Sun Cellular, is setting up 33 free public viewing sites in select parishes and Sales and Service Centers (SSC) that will livestream the historic event.

"This will allow more Filipinos to experience and be part of the papal visit. PLDT, Smart and Sun Cellular have partnered with several parishes in order to bring the Pope’s presence to more Filipinos using modern communications technologies," said PLDT spokesperson Ramon Isberto. release.

"Those who live far from the papal itinerary are welcome to view the mass and dialogue activities of the Pope in the video streaming sites that PLDT, Smart and Sun Cellular have set up in different PLDT offices and churches in the country together with their respective parishes," he added. "We have partnered with TV5 and Cignal TV to provide the video feed for these free viewing sites."

Metro Manila
  • Five Wounds Shrine Parish, Las PiƱas
  • Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, Quezon City
  • Mary Help of Christians Parish, ParaƱaque
  • San Felipe Church, Greenhills
  • San Lorenzo Ruiz Parish, San Juan
  • St. Joseph Parish, ParaƱaque
  • St. NiƱo Parish, Novaliches
  • Sts. Peter and John Parish, Malabon
Tacloban City
  • Guadalupe Church, Brgy. Abucay
  • Nuestra SeƱora de Salvacion Chapel, Burayan, San Jose
  • Our Lady of Lourdes Parish, V&G Subdivision
  • Our Lady of Miraculous Medal Parish, Marasbaras
  • Redemptorist Church, Real St.
  • Sto NiƱo Church, Real St.
  • Cebu Cathedral
  • Lady of Assumption Church, Dauis
  • Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Parish, Pawing, Palo
  • San Juan Nepomuceno Parish Church, San Remigio
  • San Vicente Parish Church, Bogo
  • St. Augustine Parish Church, Sagbayan
  • St. Peter the Apostle Parish Church, Loboc

Metro Manila
  • SM Marilao
  • SM North EDSA
  • SM Sta. Mesa
  • SM Southmall
Non-Metro Manila
  • Calamba, Laguna
  • Jones, Cebu
  • Ponciano, Davao
  • San Fernando,Pampanga
  • Tarlac
Sources: PDLT, PhilStar.com