Parish Church of Saint Gregory the Great of Ginatilan

Official Name: Parish Church of Saint Gregory the Great of Ginatilan[1]

Classification Status: Classified Historic Structures (covering all Colonial Churches and other Houses of Worship, per NHCP Res. No. 3, s. 1991)[1]

Town or City: Ginatilan

San Gregorio Magno Church, also known as Ginatilan Church or Parokya Ni San Gregorio Magno, is an ancient Roman Catholic church in Ginatilan, Cebu. It became a parish on October 5, 1847, separating from the mother parish of Samboan. The church, constructed from 1854 to 1866, is primarily made of coral stone.

The church's entrance is marked by a portico with two piers supporting an arched gable and elongated eaves. The doorway is arched, and two arched windows are found above it, flanking the niche of the patron saint in the center. Pilasters with decorative finials are on either side of the entrance. Stone cornice bands delineate the two levels of the facade and the pediment, which is plain and crowned with a cross.[2]