Christmas in the Philippines — Subli

In the Philippines, the formal Christmas celebrations start on Dec. 16 when people go to the first of nine pre-dawn or early morning masses culminating on Christmas Day, Dec. 25. It is called Simbang Gabi in Filipino, also called Misas de Gallo. It’s always the day I start decorating the house for Christmas. It is […]

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2 Responses to Christmas in the Philippines — Subli

  1. SCLMRose says:

    Thanks Paul for the reblog. Merry Christmas and all the best in 2020!

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    • You are welcome. Merry Christmas to you and here’s to 2020 being a great year for you.

      I thought your post gives a perspective of how Christmas is done in the Philippines. Decided to look for bloggers who have experiences outside of the U. S. when it comes to Christmas.

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