Website Launching

Coinciding with the 115th celebration of the opening of Malolos Congress on 15 September 2013, the Barasoain Church is proud to announce the launching of the official website of Barasoain Church. The new website boasts several improvements over its predecessor, including more bandwidth space, newer layout, downloads page and interactive content such as maps and calendars.

The website has been an indispensable part of the church’s mission of evangelization. It enables readers to access educational information and get in touch with the programs and activities of the church. It also enables readers to acquire the services of the church for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

As said earlier, the website boasts many new features, among them are:

  • New Calendar of Activities page now includes an interactive calendar courtesy of Google Calendars.
  • New Contact Us page now includes a map and email links for visitors and people with concerns.
  • New Downloads page for downloading forms and Ang Eskapularyo copies.
  • New layout to increase the readability and organization of content in the website.
  • New Social Bar integrates the social media sites to the website.
  • New Virtual tour for a 360 degree view of the church and its facilities.
  • Unlimited bandwidth space to eliminate bandwidth exceeded errors.
  • Utilization of HTML5 to enable new and cutting-edge technologies and interactive content for the website. It also enables faster page loading and better compatibility between browsers.

The church utilizes the Wix platform for website creation and maintenance and the domain is hosted on Network Solutions.

Many more improvements are being planned for the website so please stay-tuned and also check out our Social Network Sites pages from Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/barasoainchurchofficial) and Twitter (https://www.twitter.com/churchbarasoain). Thank you.

About Barasoain Church

Barasoain Church is a Roman Catholic Church in Malolos City, Bulacan. It is renowned for its significance in the Philippine History during the late Spanish and early American periods. Today, it is a silent witness of present different from its past but staying resilient in the challenges lying ahead.
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