Naimbag nga begat kenyayu! (Good morning to all of you!) Mangantayon! (Let’s eat!) Agyamanak! (Thank you!) These are some of the Ilocano words I have learned in my three day stay in our Parish Community of Saint Augustine of Hippo in Saguday, Quirino Province last February 7-9, 2020. I was privileged to visit this communityContinue reading “The Parish Community of St. Augustine of Hippo – A Mirror of Santo Niño: Cause of Our Unity and Charity”
Today we celebrate the feast of the oldest symbol of Christianity in the Philippines – the image of Señor Santo Niño de Cebu. In fact, the image of the Santo Niño is as old as Christianity in the country. It was during the arrival of the Santo Niño in our shores in 1521 brought byContinue reading “Understanding the Devotion to Señor Santo Niño de Cebu”
If you could ever keep something for five centuries, that thing must be very precious and beautiful!
We Filipinos are so blessed that we have kept something very precious and beautiful for almost five centuries now.
And that is our faith and devotion to the Santo Niño de Cebu.