LIST: Philippine Churches Livestreaming Schedules for Holy Week

Philippine Churches Holy Week
Holy Week traditions in the Philippines. Photos from Manila Cathedral FB, RCAM, Basilica Minore del Santo Niño de Cebu website.

Here’s a list of churches across the Philippines that offer the live-streaming of Holy Mass celebrations in observance of Holy Week this 2022.

The season of Lent, characterized by prayer, fasting, and almsgiving, concludes with Holy Week, one of the most important events in the liturgical calendar for many Filipinos in the predominantly Catholic nation in Southeast Asia.

This year, churches across the country are once again welcoming devotees during the week-long observance to commemorate the passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, after the Covid-19 pandemic disrupted the observance of in-person Holy Week activities and traditions in the Philippines over the past two years.

Those who are celebrating Holy Week from the safety of their homes can still hear Mass and follow liturgical activities online as they pray and reflect on their lives during the season.

The following is a list of Philippine churches’ announcements of their live-streaming of Masses during Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Black Saturday, and Easter Sunday.

The Manila Cathedral

St. John Bosco Parish – Makati City

Malate Catholic Church – Our Lady of Remedies Parish

Minor Basilica and National Shrine of San Lorenzo Ruiz

Santuario de San Jose Parish (Greenhills)

Basilica Minore del Santo Niño de Cebu

St. Augustine Metropolitan Cathedral – Archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro

Here’s a guide for Filipinos observing the Holy Week tradition of the Visita Iglesia or Seven Churches Visitation this 2022.

The EcoWaste Coalition is appealing to the faithful not to leave trash in popular pilgrimage sites all over the country as people take part in Holy Week activities this April.

TELL US in the comments below, how are you observing Holy Week this 2022?

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