Along Pariancillo St., in Malolos, Bulacan, and right across an ancestral house coverted ino a Meralco office, is another heritage home of the Tiongson Family, that has been repurposed into a Museum.
The Museum of the Incarnation was the brainchild of Mr. Leo Cloma, a finance executive who is a native of Bulacan. After securing the agreement of the Tiongsons, he proceeded to restore the house and convert it into a museum where “the sacred is made real”.
|BUST OF CHRIST|
|DEATH OF SAN JOSE|
|A DAY AT THE MUSEUM|
|A SANTA AND A TABLEAU|
The images in the specious museum house are most Semana Santa images and tableaus—from Mater Dolorosa, the Tres Marias, to whole Calvario scene, the kiss of Judas, and the Last Supper. But there are also non- Holy Week images like the death of St. Joseph, the Nativity,and individual images of santos like St. Joseph, Immaculate Conception and San Miguel.
|BETRAYAL OF JUDAS|
The museum complements the other “museum house” of the Reyes family which also contains collections of restored images as well as stunning processional carrozas.
|AGONY IN THE GARDEN|
|AGONY IN THE GARDEN 2|
MANY THANKS TO MR. LEO CLOMA FOR THE INVITATION
TO VISIT THE MUSEUM OF THE INCARNATION.