Rappler's latest stories on devotions
Baguio-based designers show off their Marian-inspired creations at 'Santa Maria, Sabsabong ti Mayo'
'Sa mundong sumasamba sa mga huwad na diyos, bumalik tayo sa Carmel,' writes Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle for 'Salubong at Traslacion'
Kahit mga pari, hirap pa ring maintindihan ang debosyon sa Poong Nazareno
Locals of San Fernando Pampanga add a twist to the traditional senakulo during Holy Week
The love story of devotees Irish and Edwin Labatus traces its roots from the Sinulog celebration
Despite discouragement from Church officials, the annual ritual has attracted so many local and foreign spectators that it has been included in the calendar of events of the city government and the regional tourism office
What happens when the Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene closes its doors?
2ND UPDATE Critics say the parade amounts to idolatry but Church authorities say it is a vibrant expression of faith in one of the world s most fervently Catholic nations
The image of the Black Nazarene although duplicated a million times over the years still holds various meanings and uses to sellers buyers devotees
Described as a people s Catholicism popular piety as seen in Manaoag manifests a thirst for God which only the simple and poor can know
The Manila archbishop says We see God in the basilica but do we see God in our neighbors – the hungry the thirsty the naked the homeless the prisoners?
For the lucky community of Opong who lived through Typhoon Yolanda weekly processions are their way of giving thanks for their survival
2nd UPDATE As of 6 pm DOH records 1 686 health consultations while the Philippine Red Cross says they assisted 832 other patients
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The Quiapo Church rector warns against easy judgments about the Black Nazarene devotion which attracts 8 M Catholics to a rowdy annual procession