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Feast of Sto. Niño

Catholic devotees carry an image of the Infant Jesus during a mass offered for the feast of the Sto. Niño outside the arch diocesan shrine of Sto Nino de Tondo in Moriones, Manila, on 17 January 2021. The Manila City government earlier announced that there  would be no street parties, parades and other outdoor activities during the celebration of the Feast of the Santo Niño de Tondo and Pandacan on Jan. 16 and 17; including a curfew between midnight to 3am will be implemented,  as part of their preventive measures against the spread of the coronavirus.

Topics: Catholic , Devotees , Infant Jesus , Manila City , Sto Nino de Tondo
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