Manila Archbishop Jose Cardinal Advincula has decided to take the celebration of the feast of the Black Nazarene online.
The Quiapo Church will be closed for three days in response to the rise in the number of COVID-19 virus cases in Manila.
The Quiapo Church in Manila has decided to suspend January next year procession of the Black Nazarene due to the continuing COVID-19 virus pandemic.
Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte has urged residents to be tested for COVID-19 if they participated in the annual Feast of the Black Nazarene in Manila on January 9.
Isko Moreno is happy to see Quiapo Church cleared from debris shortly after the battery of masses for Black Nazarene devotees.
Isko Moreno is denying gross violations of health protocols as hundreds of thousands of devotees flocked Quiapo Church on what would have been the annual Traslacion.
MANILA – Amid existing quarantine protocols, Quiapo Church officials said they sought the government's approval to push through with the 'traslacion' or the procession of the Black Nazarene in January 2021.
After more than two months of closure due to the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ), the Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene also known as the Quiapo Church held Masses for the first time on Friday on a limited capacity.
The procession of the image of the Black Nazarene, called Traslacion, may only take 15 to 16 hours this year due to changes made by authorities, an official of Quiapo Church said Tuesday (January 7).
The Lacson Underpass connecting Quiapo Church and Plaza Miranda will be open anytime from Mondays to Sundays starting June 25.