An environmental group lamented the truckloads of garbage left behind by participants of this year’s Traslacion.
A sea of heaving, towel-waving humanity swarmed a black statue of a cross-bearing Jesus Christ in the Philippine capital Tuesday as the Catholic faithful joined one of the nation's largest religious festivals.
Devotees do not have to worry about the image of the Black Nazarene getting wet in case heavy rains occur during the “Traslacion” or the procession of the icon early dawn Tuesday.
An estimated 80,000 people took part in the procession of the replicas of the Black Nazarene took place in Quiapo, Manila Sunday afternoon.
Work in courts located in Manila is suspended on the day of the Traslacion.
The Joint Task Force-National Capital Region (JTF-NCR), the military contingent assigned to support the police in securing this year's "Traslacion" or the Procession of the Black Nazarene in Quiapo,
The United Kingdom over the weekend advised its nationals to take precautions in parts of the country including Manila on Tuesday, when millions of Filipino devotees take part in the Procession of the Black Nazarene.
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) will deploy around 1,300 personnel starting January 5 for this year’s Feast of the Black Nazarene.
A gun ban, no-drone zone, and no sail-zone will be implemented in Manila to ensure that no untoward incidents will mar this year's 'Traslacion' or Black Nazarene procession.
The Supreme Court (SC) announced the suspension of work in all courts in Manila in line with the grand procession in celebration of the feast of the Black Nazarene on January 9.