Wow l 12:00–12:30pm, 3:00–3:30pm, 9:30–10:00pm
Wow, Morong! Part 1 – April 12 (Friday)
Wow, Morong! Part 2 – April 17 (Wednesday)
The town of Morong in the province of Rizal (CALABARZON) exudes the old charm of Lent of bygone years. The sleepy town wakes up during Holy Week to returning Moronguenos and guests who come to see, experience or re-live age-old religious customs and traditions.
Travel Time l 8:30–9:00pm
Fasting in Pampanga – April 15 (Monday)
Semana Santa sa Makati – April 16 (Tuesday)
Travel Time toured every nook and cranny of the country’s business center, Makati, and learned that many of its residents at least in the old Poblacion (town proper) still observe unique Lenten practices.
Sining at Lipunan I 9:30–10:00pm
Simbahan at Sambahan – April 11 (Thursday)
Sining at Lipunan presents three episodes with themes associated with Lent – sculpting religious images in Ukit Paete; distinct churches in the country in Simbahan at Sambahan.
Lakbay l 9:00–9:30pm
Stop Over: Taal Batangas and Taal Mansions of Wood and Stone – April 11 (Thursday)
Balikbayan Trail: Binondo Part 1 and Part 2 – April 12 (Friday)
Laguna Loop Churches and My Town: Sagada Ifugao Province – April 17 (Wednesday)
For Catholic pilgrims looking for churches to visit for Visita Iglesia, Lakbay suggests the route to some of the most charming houses of worship around Laguna Lake.
Glimpses l 8:30–9:00pm
Ang Mga Pinakabanal na Tao ng Simbahan – April 15 (Monday)
Kwaresma – April 16 (Tuesday)
The episode is a comprehensive and moving chronicle of local Lenten observances from all over the country. The chronology of events started with Ash Wednesday, the day when Catholics go to church to have their foreheads marked with ash, and finished with Easter’s Salubong.
Theater Hour l 8:30–10:00pm
METTA Assumption Theater (Holy Week Special) – April 14 (Sunday)
Assumption College’s METTA shows off its resident actors’ outstanding talents via its musical with Holy Week and faith as theme.
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