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Penitents consider these acts to be mortification of the flesh to ask forgiveness for sins, to fulfil a vow, or to express gratitude
Photos: Faithful in Philippines’ Bulacan province ‘arrest’ Jesus
Self-flagellations and crucifixions are some of the popular forms of rituals that Filipino Catholics participate in during the Holy Week
Filipino community in Los Angeles celebrates 500 years of the Santo...
“We give thanks to God ... for the rich Catholic heritage of the Philippines that has become such a beautiful part of our Catholic life"
Philippines celebrates its most famous child
The Child Jesus is no doubt the most famous child in the Philippines with his image prominently displayed in all possible places
The Black Nazarene and the Filipinos’ quest for resurrection
The Black Nazarene devotion is perhaps one of the Philippines' most predominantly working-class Catholic devotions
Filipino devotion to ‘Black Nazarene’ getting stronger, more challenging amid pandemic
This year, there will be no sea of bodies of devotees of the Black Nazarene who would usually flood Manila's Quiapo district
Cebu holds ‘virtual Fiesta Señor’ due to rising COVID-19 cases
Devotion to the image of the Child Jesus, which is usually dressed as a king, has been part of popular piety in the Philippines for centuries
Watch: ‘Up Close’ with Dr. Jayeel Cornelio on how faith impacts...
Joe Torres, editor-at-large of LiCAS.news, speaks with Dr. Jayeel Cornelio, a professor of Sociology of Religion, on Filipino religiosity
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