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Photos: Religious procession of image of Cebu’s ‘Nuestra Señora de Regla’
The celebration of the "feast" of the image every 21st of November usually attracts thousands of devotees in the central Philippines
Risks of crowd crush in Philippine religious festivities
Filipino Catholics are known for their sincere, enormous, and extreme expressions of piety
Photos: Solemnity of Our Lady of Peñafrancia
A much-awaited fluvial procession was held on September 17, in Naga City, to mark the “Solemnity of Our Lady of Peñafrancia”
Debosyon sa ‘Holy Face of Jesus’ at ‘Nuestra Señora De Peñafrancia,’...
Mahalaga sa paglalakbay bilang isang Simbahang nagkakaisa ang pagbabahagi at pagpapayabong sa biyaya ng pananampalataya, misyon, at debosyon
Photos: ‘Nuestra Señora de Peñafrancia’
The Nuestra Señora de Peñafrancia is believed to be a miraculous image of the Virgin Mary that is venerated in Naga City since 1710.
Photos: Celebrating faith in a southern Philippine town
The sleepy little town of Dapitan in the southern Philippines comes to life every 24th of July to celebrate their faith
Devotion to Our Lady of Caysasay and Ma-Cho
It is common for seafarers to engage in faith-based routines that they hope would offer them some protection from ill-fate
‘Taong Putik’: Filipino farmers express faith the ‘muddy’ way
People wake up before sunrise, cover their bodies with mud from the surrounding rice fields, and their faces with dried leaves
Where have all the ‘Santacruzan’ and ‘Flores de Mayo’ gone?
The Santacruzan now being held as a pageant is an indication of how the Catholic Church has been losing its grip on the faithful
Photos: ‘Via Crucis’
Many towns in the predominantly Catholic Philippines stage various versions of the "Passion and Death of Jesus" on Good Friday