Caloocan City in Metro Manila is a city of national significance being the setting of several iconic events in Philippine history. The Cry of Balintawak (aka Cry of Pugad Lawin) of 1986 which marked the start of the Philippine Revolution against the Spanish rule, is believed to have taken place somewhere in Caloocan. The city also bears witness to the bravery and heroism of the Filipinos against the Americans in the Filipino-American War and the Battle of Caloocan.
Modern day Caloocan City is now home to more than 1.5 million population, busy shopping malls and supermarkets.
There are also several Catholic churches in Caloocan City that you can visit and show devotion. MisaDito has added 32 churches in our directory where you can find the latest church information and mass schedules. This includes the San Roque Cathedral, St. Joseph The Worker Parish, and St. Francis of Assisi and Sta. Quiteria Parish to name a few.