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Penafrancia Fiesta 2013 Schedule of Activities


Just like December, most of the Bicolanos anticipate this much awaited annual festivities in Naga City, the Penafrancia Fiesta. It is a week-long festival that starts with Fairs, Mass, Procession, Fluvial Parade, Military parade and many more.

Here’s the tentative schedule of the 2013 Penafrancia Festival.

Church

September 12-22
4th Bishop Francisco Gainza Trade Fair (1st Bicol Aqua Fair) @ Elias Angeles St.

Theme: Growing in Catholic Faith in Jesus Christ with Mary at the Service of Social Transformation

September 3 / Tuesday
5:00 pm: Mass & Procession of the Divino Rostro from Basilica to Penafrancia Parish Church with Caceres Clergy

(All Divino Rostro Novena Masses will be held at the Former Shrine & Parish Church of Our Lady of Penafrancia)

September 4 / Wednesday – DAY FOR THE FAMILIES AND THE LAITY
Theme: The Divine Face of Jesus in the Filipino Catholic Families as Agents of Moral Renewal in Society (Mk. 3:35)
4:00 am: Penitential Procession and Pilgrimage (Pilgrims: Mater Salutis, Cararayan; Mt. Carmel, Carolina)
5:00 am: Novena Mass (Bikol)
8:30 am: Harubay (c/o Apostleship of Prayer)
4:00 pm: Confessions
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English) (NPS; PCFC)
6:30 pm: Healing Mass

September 5 / Thursday – DAY FOR THE YOUTH
Theme: The Divine Face of Jesus in the Challenges of the Youth today to Live Up to their Faith (Mt. 19:16-30)
4:00 am: Penitential Procession and Pilgrimage (Pilgrims: Tabuco; Gainza: Fil-Chinese Community –Fatima)
5:00 am: Novena Mass (Bikol)
4:00 pm: Confessions
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English) (NCF; Aeronautical Academy of the Philippines)
6:30 pm: Healing Mass
8:30 pm: Perdon Penitential Procession

September 6 / Friday – DAY FOR EDUCATORS, TEACHERS, AND MEDIA PRACTITIONERS
Theme: The Divine Face of Jesus Renewing from Within the Educational System and Media Culture (Mt. 25:14-30)
4:00 am: Penitential Procession and Pilgrimage (Pilgrims: St. Jude Thaddeus; Immaculate Conception)
5:00 am: Novena Mass (Bikol)
4:00 pm: Confessions
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English) (CSNHS; STI; AMACC)
6:30 pm: Healing Mass
8:00 pm: Alay ki Ina (Basilica c/o Oremos)

September 7 / Saturday – DAY FOR THE CHILDREN
Theme: The Divine Face of Jesus in the Future of Filipino Children (Mt.19:14)
4:00 am: Penitential Procession and Pilgrimage (Pilgrims: St. Jude Thaddeus; Immaculate Conception)
5:00 am: Novena Mass (Bikol)
7:00 am: Pontifical Mass & Installation of new OLPA members: Arcbishop Rolando Tria Tirona (Basilica)
4:00 pm: Confessions
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English) (Mariners Polytechnic Colleges; Worldtech Resources Institute)
6:30 pm: Healing Mass
7:00 pm: Vigil for Cofradia de San Jose (Basilica)
8:30 pm: Perdon Penitential Procession

September 8 / Sunday – DAY FOR THE RELIGIOUS MEN AND WOMEN OF CACERES
Theme: The Divine Face of Jesus in the Witnessing of Evangelical Counsels in Philippine Society Today (Jn 13:35)
4:00 am: Penitential Procession and Pilgrimage (Pilgrims: Religious Men & Women of Caceres)
5:00 am: Novena Mass (Bikol)
4:00 pm: Confessions
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English) (University of Northeastern Philippines, Iriga City)
6:30 pm: Healing Mass

September 9 / Monday – DAY FOR THE SICK AND ELDERLY
Theme: The Divine Face of Jesus in Sickness and Old Age Offered for the Good of Society (Lk. 17:11-19)
4:00 am: Penitential Procession and Pilgrimage (Pilgrims: Cathedral & Lorenzo Ruiz, Abella)
5:00 am: Novena Mass (Bikol)
4:00 pm: Confessions
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English) (University of St. Anthony; Computer Communications Institute)
6:30 pm: Healing Mass
8:30 pm: Perdon Penitential Procession

September 10 / Tuesday – DAY FOR THE POOR AND PRISONERS
Theme: The Divine Face in the Plight of the Poor Filipinos’ Struggle for Social Justice (Lk. 16: 19-34)
4:00 am: Penitential Procession and Pilgrimage (Pilgrims: San Francisco Parish, Naga City)
5:00 am: Novena Mass (Bikol)
4:00 pm: Confessions
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English) (UNC; BISCAST)
6:30 pm: Healing Mass

September 11 / Wednesday – DAY FOR PRIESTS AND SEMINARIANS
Theme: The Divine Face in the Life and Ministry of Priests Reaching out to the Margins of Society (Mt. 18:12-14)
4:00 am: Penitential Procession and Pilgrimage (Pilgrims: Our Lady of Prompt Succor, Haring, Canaman)
5:00 am: Novena Mass (Bikol)
4:00 pm: Confessions
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English) (USI; Naga City Science High School)
6:30 pm: Healing Mass

September 12 / Thursday – DAY FOR THE GOVERNMENT LEADERS AND WORKERS
Theme: The Divine Face in the Challenges towards Good Governance and Christian Leadership (Mt. 23:11)
4:00 am: Penitential Procession and Pilgrimage (Pilgrims: St. Anthony of Padua, Camaligan)
5:00 am: Novena Mass (Bikol)
4:00pm: Opening of the Bishop Francisco Gainza Trade Fair (Elias Angeles St. Naga City)
4:00 pm: Confessions
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English) (AdeNU; Brentwood College of Asia International School)
6:30 pm: Healing Mass




September 13 / Friday – FEAST OF THE DIVINO ROSTRO
4:00 am: Penitential Procession of the Image of INA from Basilica to Penafrancia Parish Church
Penitential Procession (Pilgrims from Parish of Our Lady of the Assumption, Canaman)
5:30 am: Pontifical Mass & Installation of new DIVOSTRA members: Archbishop Rolando Tria Tirona
6:30 am: Community Mass
8:00 am: Pontifical Mass: Bishop Jose R. Rojas

Novena Masses in Honor of Our Lady of Peñafrancia
Theme: Mary’s lowliness draws to herself the power ofGod
12:00 nn: Start of Traslacion Procession of Delegates from schools, institutions, and organizations
1 – 5 pm: Masses (Cathedral) and Confessions (Minor Seminary Arches)
2:00 pm: Community Mass at Plaza de Covarrubias: Fr. Gerard Timoner, O.P.
3:30 pm: TRASLACION PROCESSION
5:30 pm: Pontifical Mass (Quadricentennial Arch) Archbishop Rolando Tria Tirona
7:00 pm: Community Mass (Cathedral)

September 14 / Saturday – DAY FOR THE YOUTH
Theme: Mary is blessed by all generations as the humble servant of the Lord
3 – 7 pm: Confessions (Minor Seminary Arches)
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English), Quadricentennial Arch, Archbishop Rolando Tria Tirona

September 15 / Sunday – DAY FOR THE RELIGIOUS & SEMINARIANS
Theme: Mary praises a God who is concerned with the poor and raises up the lowly
3 – 7 pm: Confessions (Minor Seminary Arches)
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English)
9:00 pm: Marian Procession (Cathedral Grounds)

September 16 / Monday – DAY FOR THE CHILDREN
Theme: Mary proclaims a God who does not have a preference for the proud or rich
3 – 7 pm: Confessions (Minor Seminary Arches)
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English)
8:00 pm Marian Procession (Cathedral Grounds)
10:00 pm: Perdon Procession along the major streets of Naga City

September 17 / Tuesday – DAY FOR EDUCATORS, TEACHERS AND MEDIA PRACTITIONERS
Theme: Mary rejoices in a God who does not focus on the power of the mighty
6:00 am: Pontifical Mass, Diocese of Virac, Bishop Manolo de los Santos
8:00 am: Pontifical Mass, Diocese of Libmanan, Bishop Jose R. Rojas
9:00 am: Visit to Charitable Institutions (c/o I-Share)
3-7 pm: Confessions (Minor Seminary Arches)
3:00 pm: Union of Bicol Clergy (Holy Rosary Minor Seminary)
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English)
8:00 pm Marian Procession (Cathedral Grounds)
10:00 pm: Perdon Procession along the major streets of Naga City

September 18 / Wednesday – DAY FOR THE SICK, THE ELDERLY AND HEALTH WORKERS
Theme: Mary centers herself in a God who focuses on mercy and compassion
6:00 am: Pontifical Mass, Cathedral, Diocese of Daet, Bishop Gilbert Garcera
9:00 am: Visit to Charitable Institutions (c/o I-Share)
3-7 pm: Confessions (Minor Seminary Arches)
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English)
8:00 pm Marian Procession (Cathedral Grounds)
10:00 pm: Perdon Procession along the major streets of Naga City

September 19 / Thursday – DAY FOR THE POOR & PRISONERS
Theme: Mary looks forward to God’s poor and lowly who hope for liberation and salvation
3:00 am: Penitential Procession of INA & Divino Rostro
6:00 am: Pontifical Mass, Diocese of Sorsogon, Bishop Arturo Bastes
9:00 am: Visit to Charitable Institutions (c/o I-Share)
3-6 pm: Confessions (Minor Seminary Arches)
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English)
6:00 pm: Union of Bikol Clergy Mass (Cathedral) Archbishop Rolando Tria Tirona
7:30 pm: Confessions (Cathedral)
8:00 pm: Marian Procession (Cathedral Grounds)

September 20 / Friday – DAY FOR PRIESTS
Theme: Mary is a Model of Unconditional Discipleship and Faithful Service
3:00 am: Penitential Procession of INA & Divino Rostro
6:00 am: Pontifical Mass, Diocese of Masbate, Bishop Jose Bantolo,
10:00 am: Pontifical Mass, Military Ordinariate
3-7 pm: Confessions (Minor Seminary Arches)
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English)
8:00 pm: Marian Procession (Cathedral Grounds)
9:00 pm: Vigilia de Espigas, Adoracion Nocturna Filipina

September 21 / Saturday – DAY FOR GOVERNMENT LEADERS & WORKERS
Theme: Mary looks forward to God’s justice and righteousness
3:00 am: Penitential Procession of INA & Divino Rostro
6:00 am: Pontifical Mass (Cathedral), Archdiocese of Caceres, Archbishop Rolando Tria Tirona
10:00 am: Pontifical Mass (Cathedral), Diocese of Legazpi, Bishop Joel Baylon
12:000 nn: Ringing of Bells
4:00 pm: FLUVIAL PROCESSION
4-6 pm: Confessions (Basilica Grounds)
6:30 pm: Pontifical Mass (Basilica Grounds), Archbishop Rolando J. Tria Tirona

September 22 / Sunday – SOLEMNITY OF OUR LADY OF PEÑAFRANCIA
Theme: Growing in Catholic Faith in Jesus Christ with Mary at the Service of Social Transformation
6:30 am: Pontifical Mass (Basilica) Bishop Lucilo Quiambao
8:00 am: Pontifical Mass (Basilica) Archdiocese of Caceres, Archbishop Rolando Tria Tirona
9:30 am: Pontifical Mass (Basilica) Bishop Jose Sorra
11:00 am: Pontifical Mass (Basilica) Archbishop Leonardo Legaspi
6:00 pm: Pontifical Mass (Basilica) Bishop Manolo de los SantosTheme: Growing in Catholic Faith in Jesus Christ with Mary at the Service of Social Transformation

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