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SANTO NINO

2018

2018

2018

SANTO NINO

SANTO NIÑO

Count Down to 2019

St. Paul Celebration!

Count Down to 2019

St. Paul Celebration!

Welcome to our Event Page that keeps you updated with our St. Paul Catholic Church's Santo Niño Festivities! We will be posting a link to watch the live stream events for Jan. 20th - Jan. 21st. Below you will also find the complete week schedule of activities and events, location information, previous years videos, and the story of our Blessed Santo Niño! Come and join us for all our festivities! Every group of every nationality is welcome! You may find yourself on this page after the event as we will be posting more videos and pictures! 

SANTO NIÑO 2018 PICTURES & VIDEOS!

CANDLE LIGHT PROCESSION LIVE STREAM

MASS LIVE STREAM

COMING SOON!

SANTO NINO VIDEO

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CANDLE LIGHT PICTURES

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CANDLE LIGHT PROCESSION VIDEO

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COMING SOON!

SINULOG LIVE STREAM 

PROMO VIDEO 2018

MASS/SINULOG PICTURES

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PROMO VIDEO

COMING SOON!

SANTO NIÑO CELEBRATION SCHEDULE
 

January 15th - 19th: 

  • 7PM - Novena

  • 7:30PM - Mass

  • Following the Mass - Food Reception 

January 20th:

  • 7PM - Mass​ 

  • Following the Mass - Candlelight Procession

 

January 21st: 

  • 4:30PM - Mass

  • Following the Mass - Sinulog (Filipino ​ ​Celebration!)

LOCATION

St. Paul Catholic Church

12708 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.

Tampa, FL. 33624

PREVIOUS YEARS VIDEOS

DISCOVERY OF THE IMAGE OF THE SANTO NINO
Because of Cebuanos suspicion that the Spaniards return has bringing retribution to Magellan's death, another battle broke out. But heavy artilleries and huge cannons forced the natives to flee to the mountain leaving behind their villages burnt to the ground. As Spanish soldiers surveyed the debris of the village, a soldier found an image of the Child Jesus under the pile of ashes unscathed inside a wooden box.

As earlier authenticated entry in the Journal of Pigafetta, clerk in the Magellan expedition, explained the origin of Santo Nino: "On the day Queen Juana was baptized by Father Pedro Valderama, chaplain of that expedition, Pigaffeta himself presented her with the Image." The same Image now lies in the Basilica del Santo Nino and become a favorite destination for millions of pilgrims each year. For four and half centuries now, the Image of Santo Nino continues to make wonders in the lives of many Filipinos. On the third Sunday of each year, in Cebu, millions will flock to the streets in Cebu for a colorful festivity, honoring the Santo Nino and placing the Island and the entire Philippines under His Patronage.

During the last World War, a bomb fell inside the Church but the Image was recovered unscathed. It was one of the numerous miracles and powers attributed to the Holy Image. 
In 1965 the historic Santo Nino Church was renovated for the observance of the Fourth Centenary of the Christianization of the Philippines held in Cebu City. It was during the centennial celebration that the Sacred Congregation of Rites elevated the Santo Nino Church to the rank of Basilica Minore with all the rights and privileges accruing to such title.

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