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Salubong Festival. Group 2 1-B Chelsea Aguirre Zy Alvero Lax Roa Bachoco Janielle Billoso Gab Bruckner Xandra Canlas Ysabel Castro. What is Salubong ?. The re-enactment of reunion of the Risen Christ with the Virgin Mary It is led by the town’s Cathedral .

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Salubong festival

SalubongFestival

Group 2 1-B

Chelsea Aguirre

Zy Alvero

Lax Roa Bachoco

Janielle Billoso

Gab Bruckner

Xandra Canlas

Ysabel Castro


What is salubong
What is Salubong?

  • The re-enactment of reunion of the Risen Christ with the Virgin Mary

  • It is led by the town’s Cathedral

  • The witnessing the resurrection of Christ by his mother and his disciples


Origin of salubong
Origin of Salubong

  • St. Ignatius noticed that the Sacred Scriptures never mentioned Jesus appearing to his grieving mother after his resurrection

  • Out of this insight, came

    the popular devotion in

    the Philippines of the

    Salubong, depicted,

    by the way, of the Filipinos’

    representation of Easter


When and how do we celebrate it
When and how do we celebrate it?

  • Sabado de Gloria/Easter Sunday

  • Starts at dawn just before sunrise, with two processions (starts at different points)

    • 1st procession: The icon of the risen Christ carried by men

    • 2nd procession: The Blessed Virgin Mary (covered with a black veil to denote her mourning) carried by women


When and how do we celebrate it1
When and how do we celebrate it?

  • Along the way, people pray the rosary with lighted candles

  • The ceremony of the meeting begins with the choir singing alleluias as Mary approaches Jesus

  • Under a canopy, an

    angel descends on

    top of the head of

    Mary and lifts the black

    veil from her, exposing

    a happy mother who

    is seeing her son.


When and how do we celebrate it2
When and how do we celebrate it?

  • Confetti is thrown and choirs would hail the Risen Christ and sing songs of joy

At the end of the Dawn mass, various activities, like a fiesta begins, to celebrate the victory of our resurrection


What is its significance
What is its significance?

  • It signifies how powerful God is for he sacrificed his son and brought Christ back to life again to save us from all of our sins.


Songs used in salubong
Songs used in Salubong

  • Salubong Rites:

    • Ito AngBagongArawparasasayawngmgaanghel

    • Regina Coeli (Gregorian Chant) / Reyna ngLangit (old version)

    • Entrance: Si Kristo ay MulingNabuhay (PambungadnaAwit) ni Fr. N. Manggusad

    • Salmo: Ito AngAraw (Arnel Aquino SJ)

    • Communion: AwitngPagbubunyi, BuhaySiya, Manahan Ka, Para saAtingLahat,

    • Recessional: Children of Eastern Morn


Status of the salubong festival
Status of the Salubong Festival

  • Towns with elaborate rituals of Salubong are Cebu, Angono (in Rizal), Naga City (in Bicol), Pampanga, Dinalupihan (in Bataan), and Marinduque.


Songs used in salubong1
Songs used in Salubong:

Pieta: OyayisaPaananniHesus

Gospel Acclamation and Alleluia



Videos of salubong
Videos of Salubong

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdZe3m11fNQ&feature=related

Thank you!


Sources
Sources

  • Salubong in Pampanga. Retrieved February 11, 2011 from http://www.ivanhenares.com/2010/04/pampanga-salubong-procession-on-easter.html

  • Salubong. Retrieved February 11, 2011 from http://www.newsflash.org/2002/03/hl/hl015457.htm

  • Angono’sSalubong. Retrieved February 11, 2011 from http://philippinefestivalss.blogspot.com/2009/07/angonos-easter-sunday-salubong.html

  • Meaning of Salubong. Retrieved February 11, 2011 from http://www.pinoyhenyo.com/What_is_Salubong-20081210180442893.html


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