Maundy Thursday

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the Thursday before Easter

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The Visita Iglesia is an annual Catholic tradition during Maundy Thursday, where the faithful visit seven churches in the evening.
Meanwhile, Ubial reminded those who will go on Visita Iglesia to wear comfortable clothes, and to bring enough drinking water to avoid dehydration.
Inject art and culture into your Visita Iglesia by including San Sebastian Basilica in Manila in your itinerary on Maundy Thursday, April 13.
A traditional practice among devout Catholics is to go on a Visita Iglesia (Spanish for 'church visits') during the Holy Week.
Most likely, they will come during the Lenten season for the Visita Iglesia,' Espinas said.
Pilgrims of Green Faith Travels will pray and reflect at the National Shrine of Saint Padre Pio in Santo Tomas, Nuestra Senora de la Soledad in Tanuan City, Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Sebastian or the Lipa Cathedral, and four other churches in Lipa City in Batangas on Saturday, March 18, for its annual Visita Iglesia, the fifth Lenten Pilgrimage of Faith and Heritage.
By developing the Santuario area, City Hall hopes to draw more visitors to the city during summertime, particularly on Holy Week when Catholics go on Visita Iglesia or a pilgrimage to various churches as part of their devotion.
We settled for a visita iglesia to offer prayers for another dear friend, Gigi, whose birthday it was that day.
Ambeth Ocampo's Holy Week column (Visita Iglesia, Opinion, 3/23/16), where he suggested some churches in Metro Manila for the traditional Visita Iglesia, which is usually done on Holy Thursday after the evening rites.
Visita Iglesia on Thursday then roadtrip to Tagaytay.
Even if you are avoiding the summer heat and the influx of people traveling to and from the provinces, you can still observe the traditional Visita Iglesia in the comfort of your own homes in an innovative way.
TNT's Jayson Castro, who is from Bacolor, Pampanga native, said that he's going back to his hometown to also do Visita Iglesia.