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Christmas in the Philippines is a mixture of Western and Native Filipino traditions.

Devotees take part in the first of a nine-day pre-dawn Mass, locally called "Simbang Gabi," before Christmas at a church in Manila, Philippines, Dec.

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Caroling is a part of the Filipino Christmas tradition. Once the Dawn Mass known as "Misa de Gallo" or "Simbang Gabi " starts, carolers will be on their ...

Caroling is a part of the Filipino Christmas tradition. Carolers will go from house to house to sing Christmas carols. They usually have makeshift ...

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In the Philippines, children in small groups go from house to house singing Christmas carols, which they called pangangaroling.

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In fact, the country has earned the distinction of celebrating the world's longest Christmas season, with Christmas carols heard as early ...

This is nine-day dawn masses that start on December 16. The Simbang Gabi begins as early as three o'clock in the morning. A popular belief is that upon the ...

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A mix of Western and Filipino traditions, Christmas in the Philippines has traditions from food

In the Philippines, children in small groups go from house to house singing Christmas carols, which they called pangangaroling.

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Family, friends, relatives or even unfamiliar people wishes “Maligayang Pasko” or Merry Christmas in each of everyone. Food is in abundance, ...

Besides splendid Christmas light displays, here are some of the most interesting and unique Christmas traditions in the Philippines that you have to ...

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Simbang Gabi is a devotional nine day series of masses practiced by the Roman Catholics in the Philippines in anticipation of Christmas and to honor the ...

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Because Families gather for Noche Buena (Christmas Eve) and Medya Noche (New Year's Eve).

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A mix of Western and Filipino traditions, Christmas in the Philippines has traditions from food

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The parol is the most Filipino of Christmas traditions.

All Catholics are invited to celebrate the season the Filipino Way, with a nine-day Novena of Masses at Santiago de Compostela Church in Lake ...

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The youth choir sings Christmas carols during the performance portion of the event. (Photos: Melissa Enaje)

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Filipino Christmas Tradition "Simbang Gabi" a Filipino Christmas tradition, it is is a series of nine (9) dawn masses, the mass starts as early as 4:00 a.m. ...

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