Me at San Sebastian
There were three major destinations on our day tour in Negros; The Ruins in Talisay, San Sebastian Cathedral, and Pope John Paul II Tower in Bacolod. We went to see The Ruins first, and from there, we took a taxi back to Bacolod city and had a quick visit at the San Sebastian Cathedral. As I've previously read in some blogs, there's nothing much to see here. However, I choose to see beyond the mediocrity in the comments and appreciate instead, the history of the imposing edifice. I can't narrate much though about this church because of the very limited time we spent there (less than 30 minutes). Touring The Ruins in Talisay for several hours made us deviate from the original itinerary thus, hastened the visit to this magnificent Cathedral.
Engraved historical facts save me the trouble of composing texts. =)
The bigger bell was installed in 1866, and the smaller one in 1890. These bells were formerly mounted on the towers and lowered down in 1969 during the church's reconstruction.
Paul Little in his book "How to Give Away Your Faith" defines witnessing: