This post is supposedly published after our 15th Parish Pilgrimage. However, I only have the long weekend which allowed me to blog about it. Huhu. Looking on the brighter side, this weekend has given me an opportunity to do more school works.
It was August 10 when we went to Tarlac and Pangasinan for our 15th Parish Pilgrimage. And when we say Pilgrimage, it was about visiting the church and praying at each places solemnly. It wasn’t a field trip, promise. Anyway, we went to different churches, but then I should be posting about the whole trip, later.
So let the blogging begin! >:)
This is the altar of their church.
Our Parish Priest lead the celebration of the Mass in their Church. We all attended to the Mass. But before this, we went inside their Museum. It was located before the entrance of the Church.
This describes the history and importance of Our Lady of Manaoag in their community.
These two were some of the clothes being used on the statue. We saw these two inside their museum. Aside from these, we also took photos of other statues in the museum. There were lots of them there.
Aside from attending the Mass in Our Lady of Manaoag, you can also do other things within their vicinity. They had this altar behind their altar wherein you can touch the cloth of Our Lady of Manaoag. You should fall in life before you can get there.
You can also light your candles and say a little prayer on this area. If you don’t have any candle with you, you can purchase some on the nearby vendors.
This photo is taken by Duffy. Hihi! Visit his blog? >:)
If you are planning to buy some pasalubong, you can already buy near the church. There are plenty of vendors who are selling different items which are all their specialty. >:)
I am really blessed after visiting this church. What makes this pilgrimage special is the fact that I’m with my grandmother, sister, and boyfriend. Hihi. Aside from being happy, I am truly blessed with these people. We are all hoping to be back at this church.