Religion is arguably one of the biggest cultural traits of the Filipinos. Expectedly, the Lenten season or Holy week is considered as one of the most important among our holidays. While for some it is the time to welcome the summer season, for many it is also a time to further their faith.

Standing high and respectable within Lobo town proper is a spiritual arch oasis church of St. Michael the Archangel. This concrete religious structure covered with stained windows with medieval art-like to depict biblical event has been the center of religious ornaments, weddings, and resemblance of the Local patron “St. Michael the Archangel”.

The parish was established in November 1872 and the original church was first built in 1886. It was reconstructed in the 1970s, replacing the old structure with a concrete one. But this church was destroyed by typhoon Yeyeng and got reconstructed again from 1980-1986 with sturdier materials.