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On bended knees, devotee prays before image of Black Nazarene for...

As Filipinos venerate the image of the Black Nazarene on January 9, Jas Salem prays on bended knees "for justice" for her sister

Black Nazarene devotion should draw faithful to charity, says Philippine bishop

“No matter how strong our devotion to God is if we don’t have genuine concern for others, our devotion is not real"

‘Traslacion’ ng imahe ng Itim na Nazareno ipagdiriwang sa buong bansa

Maraming mga parokya ang makikiisa sa sabayang pagdiriwang ng “traslacion” upang maipabatid ang mensahe ng Poong Hesus Nazareno

Mensahe sa mga deboto ng Itim na Nazareno: Hindi tumatalikod ang...

Ang taong 2021 ay punung-puno ng mga hamon at pagsubok na kakaharapin ng bawat isa dahil sa pangambang dala ng coronavirus disease

Quiapo church to allow only 400 people inside during ‘feast’ of...

The decision is in line with the government’s health restrictions that allows attendance of only 30 percent of the venue’s seating capacity

Black Nazarene devotees urged to stay home

Devotees of Manila's Black Nazarene are urged to instead stay at home and pray with the family

Image of Black Nazarene tours Manila, nearby provinces during pandemic

The "pilgrimage" of the image of the Black Nazarene is one of the activities to mark the "traslacion" during the pandemic

Mga deboto ng Nazareno, hinikayat na makiisa sa ‘localized traslacion’

Humingi na ng tulong ang Quiapo Church sa mga simbahan sa Metro Manila at sa mga lalawigan na magsagawa ng novena at Misa para sa kapistahan

‘Biseklita de Traslacion’ ng Poong Nazareno, isasagawa sa Davao de Oro

Ang “Biseklita de Traslacion” ay isang "motorcade" ng imahe ng Mahal na Poong Hesus Nazareno habang nakasunod ang mga naka-bisikletang deboto

Photos: Filipinos brave pandemic to venerate ‘Black Nazarene’

Along with the devotion to the Santo Niño (Child Jesus), the “Black Nazarene” is the most popular object of devotion in the Philippines

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