HOLY WEEK will come early this year but it will not be the earliest in the range in the Gregorian calendar. The earliest falls from March 15-21 (happened in 1818, to happen in 2285) and the latest falls from April 18-24 (happened in 1943, to happen in 2038). This year, the most sacred week for Filipino Christians will start on March 20 (Palm Sunday) until 26 (Black Saturday).
Timow’s Turf comes back temporarily from educating the electorate in order to look out on the guide to Holy Week on free-to-air Philippine television. This scope will last until Easter Sunday, March 27.
IT’S THAT TIME of the year, Turfers.
The spirit of somber and sorrow draws to the Filipino Christian faithful walking throughout the coming week, Holy Week, as we listen and reflect on the retelling of the last days of Jesus here on earth. The same atmosphere will also be felt for free national TV.
FOR OUR DEAR Catholic brethren around the world, today is St. John Marie Vianney Sunday. His feast day is tomorrow, August 4, and he is the patron saint of priests, the Holy Mother Church’s precious products of continuing the mission of Christ across the ends of the earth for almost two millennia.
Coinciding today’s commemoration and salutation to the Mother Church’s ministers, two television networks made a surprise move. (more…)
HOLY WEEK is a week of solemn devotion of the last earthly days of Christ. For Filipinos, either a believer or a non-believer, it is a week out of 52 weeks of reflection, lamentation and tradition. This year, the Holy Week begins on Palm Sunday, April 13, 2014.
What do our television networks respond on the upcoming hebdomad? Jump in for the week ahead.