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Catholics told to let go of ‘worldly attachment’ as Lent begins

The prelate cautioned against “the delusions of self-righteousness, self-sufficiency, self-entitlement, and self-grandiosity”

Quiapo Church as international shrine? CBCP head says he won’t be...

“I would not be surprised if in a few years this national shrine would also be declared as an international shrine,” David said

Pope Pius XII Catholic Center in Manila declared ‘important cultural property’

Over the years, the facility has served many and has become a “silent witness’” to the historic meetings of the country’s bishops

Over 6 million people turn up for Nazarene feast in Manila

But on a humid, rainy day, moisture clouded the glass enclosure, affecting everyone’s view of the Black Nazarene

Pamunuan ng Quiapo church, nagpapasalamat sa mapayapang Nazareno 2024

Tinatayang nasa higit anim na milyong mananampalataya ang nakibahagi sa pagdiriwang ng Nazareno 2024.

Manila archdiocese asks Vatican to designate Jan. 9 as nat’l feast...

The feast, initially a parochial celebration, has organically spread and is now celebrated by devotees across the country and even abroad

TRASLACION 2024: Manila archbishop encourages devotees to proclaim ‘Jesus sees and...

In his homily during the feast day of the Black Nazarene, the prelate encouraged the faithful to be "models of faith and concern for others."

Black Nazarene devotees flock to Manila’s Quiapo district

The life-sized image is now encased in laminated tempered glass and climbing onto the carriage is deemed prohibited

Quiapo priest reveals state of centuries-old Black Nazarene statue

“Since it is already very old, we cannot predict what could happen if an extraordinary impact happens. It could lead to something worse"

As ‘Traslacion’ returns, Church seeks to keep solemnity of Nazarene feast

The parish church earlier announced that climbing onto the carriage is prohibited to ensure the safety of the devotees

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