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While Roman Catholic Catholics in the Philippines and on the To commemorate the feast of the Traslacion of the venerated Black Nazarene of Quiapo on Sunday January 9th, Filipino workers from overseas in the Middle East will offer prayers in honor of the feast for an end to the pandemic.

Filipino Franciscan Capuchin -Priest Fr Troy De Los Santos, Vicar General of the Apostolic Vicariate South Arabia (AVOSA), said the faithful of blacks n Nazarenes in the Middle East will join the celebration of the Traslacion and, as their prayer intent, offer the end of the health crisis that has gripped the world for the past two years.

On Sunday, January 9th, at 12 noon in the St. Joseph Cathedral in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, celebrates a holy mass that is attended by a limited number of parishioners for safety reasons. The fair will be available online through the official Facebook page and YouTube channel of Katolikong Pinoy sa Abu Dhabi.

“There will be no large procession. We will limit our visit to solemn prayers to the Poong Hesus Nazareno, “said Fr. De Los Santos on Radio Veritas.

The priest called on the members of the Kamanlalakbay na Katoliko in Abu Dhabi, Musaffah, Ruwais and Al Ain, “To pray to the merciful Heart of Poong Hesus Nazareno for the safety of all”.

“We must pray fervently and put our full trust in the Lord, our dear Black Nazareno, for an end to the pandemic. May the Lord grant us peace of mind to allay our fears for the safety of our loved ones in the Philippines, “said P. de Los Santos.

Katolikong Pinoy sa Abu Dhabi, Social Media Director Rommel Pangilinan, said that despite the pandemic they will continue to celebrate the festival of the Black Nazarene, but with caution and concern for the safety of the faithful.

The Quiapo Church said the Traslacion procession and all physical masses for the second time this Sunday Jan. 9, amid the surge in COVID-19 cases onwards. Instead, believers are invited to attend hourly holy masses from 4 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Christina Hermoso)

Ref: https://mb.com.ph