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Photos: ‘Pabása ng Pasyón’ (Reading of the Passion)

The "Pabasa" is the uninterrupted chanting of the Pasyón, an epic poem narrating the life, passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ

Catholics in India’s city of Bhopal marks Palm Sunday with religious...

Catholics marked the occasion with the singing of songs and chanting of 'Hosannah" while holding palm leaves during the procession

What has changed in me?: A Palm Sunday Reflection

"Sad to say that the people who had palms in their hands on that day changed dramatically over a short period of time."

Palm Sunday observance becomes ‘business opportunity’ in Catholic Philippines

The observance of the Holy Week in the Philippines, has become an opportunity for Filipinos to showcase their artistry and business acumen

Good news! You can eat, steak, cheeseburger, meat on Friday, March...

Did you know that not eating meat on Friday is suspended when a solemnity of the Catholic Church falls on a Lenten Friday?

Holy Week procession in Indonesian province canceled due to surge in...

Indonesia noted an upward trend in COVID-19 cases in four provinces -- Aceh, North Kalimantan, Central Sulawesi, and East Nusa Tenggara

Photos: ‘Today, if you will hear His voice, harden not your...

March 2, 2022, Ash Wednesday, marked the beginning of the “new normal” in the Philippine capital and 38 other areas in the country

In northern Philippine town, faithful drink, dance before Ash Wednesday

The tradition traces its roots to the arrival of Christianity in the Philippines when Spanish missionaries celebrate “Shrove Tuesday”

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