MCPB - Solemn Foot Procession 2020
Unforgettable Scenes from the 2020 Solemn Foot Procession

The yearly solemn foot procession in Cebu City is definitely one of the many amazing things that I get to personally experience and see as a Cebuano living in the city. Attended by millions and held a day before the Sinulog Grand Parade, the solemn foot procession is a showcase of the rich Cebuano culture […]

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Solemn Foot Procession 2019

Last January 19, 2019, the annual solemn foot procession was held. The solemn foot procession is the most important and the second most-attended event during the whole Sinulog season. During this event, the image of Senor Santo Nino, together with the image of the Virgin Mary and the image of Saint Joseph are paraded through […]

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Walk with Jesus Dawn Procession 2016

Last January 7, 2016, the Walk with Jesus Dawn Procession officially kicked off the Sinulog season in Cebu. Held two Thursdays before the Sinulog Grand Parade, the procession is often referred to as a ‘penitential walk’ as it is held very early in the morning. The procession starts at exactly 4 am at the Fuente […]

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Sinulog 2014 Schedule of Activities

Are you excited? Well, here it is! The official 2014 Sinulog de Cebu Schedule of Activities! Now start making those big plans! Don’t miss Sinulog 2014! —————- Pit Senyor! Sinulog 2014 Schedule of Activities

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Gabii Sa Kabilin 2011

First of all, I would like to apologize for this very late post. I had to travel to Negros for a very important reason. Anyway, here is my little coverage of the very successful Gabii Sa Kabilin 2011.  I would like to congratulate the organizers of this event. Despite the torrential rain, I think it […]

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Sto. Nino and Queen Juana

Queen Humamai was the wife of King Humabon of Cebu.  When Ferdinand Magellan landed in Cebu, the queen embraced Christianity.  Humamai was the first Filipina, Cebuana at that, who became a Christian in the entire Philippine Archipelago, and most probably the first native woman in the Far East who became a catholic. On April 24, 1521, together […]

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Fiesta Señor

Spanish chroniclers say that it was in the summer of 1565 that the first Santo Niño procession was held in the El Cuidad de Santisimo Nombre de Jesus newly- founded on the burned Zubu (Cebu) village of King Tupas. The occasion was the transfer of the image from the village house where it was found […]

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Fluvial Procession 2010

Again, sorry for this late post. I was supposed to post this before the Sinulog Grand Parade last week but I got really busy. I hope you understand (that is, if someone is actually waiting for these photos. Hahahaha.) Anyways, here are the photos of the Fluvial Procession held last January 16. It was a […]

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Foot Procession

  Police officials estimate that almost two million people joined the very wet Foot Procession last Saturday. Armed with their umbrellas and raincoats, millions of devotees braved the rain just to pay homage to Cebu’s little King. Here are some shots I took. I wasn’t able to take that many shots because it rained really hard. By the way, […]

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Santo Niño’s Fleet

Wow! What a truly moving experience. The fluvial parade of the Niño and the Our Lady of Guadalupe back to the city was once again very well-attended. Hundreds of boats and sea vessels accompanied THEM on their way back home. Here are some shots of the noteworthy sights during the fluvial parade.   A proud […]

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