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As pandemic fades, Spain Easter traditions resurrected

This year, Spaniards want to make up for lost time and enjoy an Easter week as in times before the pandemic

What has changed in me?: A Palm Sunday Reflection

"Sad to say that the people who had palms in their hands on that day changed dramatically over a short period of time."

Palm Sunday observance becomes ‘business opportunity’ in Catholic Philippines

The observance of the Holy Week in the Philippines, has become an opportunity for Filipinos to showcase their artistry and business acumen

Good news! You can eat, steak, cheeseburger, meat on Friday, March...

Did you know that not eating meat on Friday is suspended when a solemnity of the Catholic Church falls on a Lenten Friday?

In northern Philippine town, faithful drink, dance before Ash Wednesday

It traces its roots to the arrival of Christianity in the Philippines when Spanish missionaries celebrate "Shrove Tuesday"

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