Spiderman Goes Viral for Participating in “Walk of Faith” for Black Nazarene
Devotee wearing Spiderman costume goes viral for participating in the first-ever “walk of faith of the Black Nazarene.
On Sunday, January 8, a man dressed as Spider-Man participated in the ‘Walk of Faith’ with Black Nazarene worshippers. According to reports, there will be no Traslacion on Black Nazarene Day owing to the epidemic. Instead, a Walk of Faith was held from Quirino Grandstand to Quiapo Church.
According to the authorities report, more than 88,000 devotees took part in the Walk of Faith, which replaced the traditional Traslacion. Running Spiderman PH from Tondo, Manila is one of them.
‘Spiderman’ also encouraged supporters to follow health regulations and “always wear a facemask” via the sign he held. The trek began at 1:30 a.m. from the Quirino Grandstand in Luneta Park. After two and a half hours, they arrived at the Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene, also known as Quiapo Church.
Following the serene Walk of Faith, worshipers appeared to have forgotten about health precautions when crowding in front of the Quiapo Church, where masses were held. Several devotees also passed out in the midst of the gathering. Devotees are currently queuing at the Quirino Grandstand for the ‘Pagpugay.’
According to the article, a steady stream of people arrived at the Quirino Grandstand for the activity, which took place a day before the annual Black Nazarene Feast on January 9. In accordance with COVID-19 health protocols, the traditional “Pagpupugay” was replaced.
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