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Nowadays, Macau still retains the traditional Catholic ritual, a procession is held every year on Good Friday to remember the crucifixion of Jesus. Proceeding from the Cathedral via Senado Square, St. Dominic’s Square, Travessa do Bispo and finally returning to the Cathedral. This unique religious celebration attracts many Hong Kong and Overseas Catholics to participate
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I am curious about their traditional cothes
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Roman Kuhic1 yr ago
I have never seen a ritual like this
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Hahahaha,there are so many cell phones are recording
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Wow it is a grand traditional Catholic ritual
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@Mr. Sydnie Ryan The commemorations and celebrations of Easter are spread over three days: Passion of Christ (Good Friday), Holy Saturday (or Silent Saturday) and Resurrection day (Palm Sunday). The Procession of the Passion of Jesus Christ takes place on Good Friday in front of the Cathedral of Macao. On this day, Catholics in Macao would gather around the cathedral to pay respect to Jesus Christ. The icon used in the procession is a sculpture of Jesus in a lying down posture.
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@Rhett Zieme PhD The procession started at 17 :30 and back to the church within 30 mins,many people missed this procession. The Procession of Our Lady of Fátima will be held on the same place in Macau on next Saturday (5/13), You're welcome to join.
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Rhett Zieme1 yr ago
I have been to there,however,I have not saw the ceremony
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Oh,the procession is very grand. What is it about ?
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I like the architecture,it is so beautiful.
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I think this is a stately ceremony
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