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Philippines’ ‘first town’ celebrates feast of Child Jesus with thanksgiving Mass

The San Nicolas church was built between 1787 and 1804 under the supervision of Augustinian friar Ambosio Otero

Festival hopping in honor of the Black Nazarene and Santo Niño

The colorful culture of the Philippines is best seen through the vibrant festivals, which are fusions of Catholic and secular practices

Sinulog

Our God is a happy God, a God of joy. Our God is a child God. Our God is a dancing God.

Photos: ‘Pit Senyor!’

Devotees of the image of the Child Jesus would cry on top of their voices “Pit Senyor!”

‘Less is more’

“Tandaan ninyo ito: kapag hindi kayo nagbago at tumulad sa mga bata, hinding-hindi kayo mabibilang sa mga pinaghaharian ng Diyos!”

Children of the Light

In humility and trust, will not a person grow because of its parent, and when fully mature, will eventually mirror its parent?

Ang landas ng kaliitan

Ang tumatanggap ng kanyang kaliitan sa harapan ng Diyos ay mas madaling makaunawa at magmalasakit sa mga “maliliit" sa lipunan

Photos: Filipinos honor Child Jesus in colorful festival

The devotion of Filipinos, especially people from the central province of Cebu, to the Child Jesus has deep historical roots

From darkness to light: A priest’s encounter with the Sto. Niño

Father Leonilo Dagpin Jr. promised to continue preaching the “marvels of the Sto. Niño”

Photos: Santo Niño de Cebu

The image of the Christ Child is widely venerated as miraculous by Filipino Catholics

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