Here are the saints and feast that our Filipino brethren honour
Fiestas in the Philippines are held to celebrate a patron saint (the Philippines is the only majority-Christian country in Southeast Asia) or to mark the passage of the seasons, depending on which part of the country you're in. The sole exception is Christmas, where the whole country breaks out in celebrations that can begin long before December.
The feast days and festivals include Feast of the Black Nazarene, Ati-Atihan Festival, Sinulog Festival, Moriones Festival, Panagbenga (Baguio Flower Festival), Maleldo Lenten Rites, Pahiyas, Obando Fertility Rites, Flores de Mayo, Peñafrancia Festival and Sambuklod Honors.
Filipino Community and Prayers
People from the Philippines are called Filipinos. There are different dialects all throughout the country but the most common one that everybody can be well understood is the Tagalog.
Here are some of our prayers we recite in our own native language, Tagalog.