Ago 21, 2013

Traslacíon 2013

of people who flocked the Black Nazarene procession on Wednesday sustained injuries during
The death toll from 3 days of monsoon rains enhanced by tropical storm
members of the Catholic Church who allegedly received money and benefits from Napoles,

the commemoration of the annual feast that attracts millions of devotees. The Philippine
Four people are still missing while 41 others have been injured in the
Nazarene to be brought to the home of Napoles, where they will then

security guards of the National Museum who were allegedly stoned by some devotees
or 1,065,353 individuals were affected by the floods. More than 35,000 families or
Nazarene is kept. In a letter to the Archdiocese of Manila, and forwarded

the “traslac[í]on“ or the transfer of the Black Nazarene image from the Recollect
Yellow Rainfall Alert remains hoisted due to Maring’s effect on the southwest monsoon
Napoles's mother helps in the church's feeding programs for the poor and malnourished

The procession started around 7:18 a.m. Wednesday and ended past 1 a.m. Thursday.
still occur. Western Visayas and the rest of Luzon, meanwhile, will have cloudy
light on the alleged monthly stipends or the alleged transfer of the Black

[1] Hundreds injured in Black Nazarene procession
[2] Habagat rains leave 15 dead, 4 missing
[3] Priest explains ties to Napoles family