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LIVESTREAM: Feast of Black Nazarene mass, procession 2015 now available (Video)


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MANILA, Philippines - The annual Feast of Black Nazarene happens today, Friday, January 9, 2015. 15 million devotees are expected to flock in the parade known as 'Traslación' or passage of life-sized, dark wooden statue of Jesus Christ through procession. Livestream video is now available for those who will monitor mass at Quiapo Chrurch and procession from Quirino Grandstand.

Feast of Black Nazarene procession 2015


Mindful of true devotion to the Black Nazarene, this year’s Traslacion theme is “Espiritu ng Poong Jesus Nazareno, Awa at Malasakit ng Abang Simbahan.”

The official website of the Quiapo Church brings the livestream feed of the overnight vigil on January 8 to 9. Dra. Gaines Rosario, Bro. Raymart Enriquez and Rev. Fr. Hans Magdurulang facilitates the devotion to the Mahal na Señor Jesus Nazareno.

WATCH: TV Maria Livestreaming for Feast of the Black Nazarene (courtesy of Quiapo Church)



Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream

The day of the feast, January 9th will commence with a celebration of Holy Mass by His Eminence, Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle, D.D. as main celebrant. The long procession commemorating the Traslacion will immediately follow at 7:00 in the morning.

WATCH: Black Nazarene Feast Livestream (video courtesy of GMA News and Public Affairs)


Note: If available, livestream feed from major news organizations ABS-CBN News and TV5 will be embedded here.

On Thursday, the celebration at the Luneta has started where the Black Nazarene from Quiapo becomes accessible for a larger crowd of devotees to kiss and touch. This is known as the “pahalik”.

The famous church, known for the miraculous black image of the genuflecting Christ with the cross on His shoulder, had gained popular devotion throughout the archipelago. The church received the papal blessing of Pope John Paul II as the Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene in 1987.

The annual celebration of the Feast of the Black Nazarene’s arrival in Quiapo church is a partnership of the Church with government and various NGOs. This collaborative effort is crucial in ensuring a peaceful and meaningful observance of the feast for the majority of the faithful and the devotees as well.

Reports say that over 3,500 personnel of the Philippine National Police (PNP) were deployed to secure the Feast of the Black Nazarene.

Meanwhile, Manila Mayor Estrada suspends classes in all levels (public and private schools) for this day.

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