close to nature, closer to God
"Caleruega celebrates the priceless gift of life and its Giver. Here, the lost soul finds direction; the weary traveller is shown the Way. Every tree, flower, and brick is a testament to God's splendor and power.
Caleruega speaks through signs and symbols. It is a haven, a home, a sanctuary amidst the beauty of nature where pilgrims are open to prayer, to creative transformation, and to Gospel values."
The Veritas Hall
During our Juniors' Retreat, our sessions were held at the Veritas Hall. But during our Seniors' Retreat, our sessions were held at the Gazekubo because another school was having their sessions at the Veritas Hall. But both halls were beautiful and functional.
"Caleruega was named after the birthplace of St. Dominic de Guzman, father of the Order of the Preachers. Wishing to honor and remember the legacy of the founder, the Filipino Dominicans established Caleruega with the hopes that it will, like the town of Caelruega in Spain, be a birthplace --- a genesis for people speaking to and for the Divine Creator.
Silence, solitude, harmony, the majesty of creation, the freedom of Light, and the passion to share God's Word --- this is Caleruega: the seedbed of preachers, the cornerstone of spiritual inspiration."
If you're exploring Tagaytay, do consider dropping by at Caleruega and make the most of your time there. It is a wonderful feeling to unwind and relax even for just a few minutes.
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