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|— Municipality —|
|Camarines Sur showing the location of San Fernando|
|Region||Bicol Region (Region V)|
|• Mayor||Eugenio Lagasca, Jr. (June 30, 2010 - present)|
|• Total||156.13 km2 (60.28 sq mi)|
|• Density||520/km2 (1,300/sq mi)|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+8)|
|Income class||1st class municipality; rural|
Ambos Camarines, the old Camarines Sur, included among its "visitas" or barrios the town of San Fernando . The town, however, also remained as a "barrio" of Milaor for more than 230 years.
It was just on the first day of January in the year 1813 when Pueblo de San Fernando separated from Milaor and established its own name as a pueblo.
The residents of this old settlement were noted for their religiosity as manifested by their honor and dedication to San Fernando, the town's patron saint. This patron of San Fernando, according to historical records, was however not the original patron saint for whom the first settlers built the chapel. They actually built a chapel in honor of their beloved patron saint San Fernando . However, for some unusual reasons, the image was lost after it had been transferred into the newly-erected chapel. It was said that efforts were wielded to find the missing icon but it all ended into great frustration as the lost image of San Fernando was not found. One resident from the old site where the image was housed later informed the people of San Fernando that the image returned to its original location. With this incident, the Teniente del Barrio then decided to install the image of another saint, Saint John the Baptist. Their celebration of the town and parish fiesta is every 24 June.
The present parish priest is Rev. Fr. Antonio Melecio L. Felix. The parochial Vicar is Rev. Fr. Apolinar Rull Napoles Jr. At present the parish is taking care of 21 barangays of the municipality with the vision of forming SKK, saradit na kristiyanong komunidad (Basic Ecclesial Communities). There are 235 clusters of families. Each cluster is composed of 15-20 neighboring families. Each cluster has a shepherd, called as cluster leader. A leader serves as coordinator for all pastoral and community activities.
San Fernando is administratively subdivided into 22 barangays.
Industries include the following:
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