Sinulog 2014 Art Exhibits



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[starttext](Video Uploaded By : Kendrick Dominic Yu - Santo Niño Gugma ko)




Sto. Niño Gugma Ko

Santos nga Ginoo
Sa tanan panahon
Ikaw ang among hari
Kagahapon ug karon

Sa tanan nga katuigan
Pagadaygon ka
Walay tupong ang pagmahal
Nga gihatag Mo

Sto. Niño
Sto. Niño
Senior Sto. Niño
O, daghang salamat sa kaayo Mo
Daygon sa kanunay ug simbahon Ka gayud
Sto. Niño
Sto. Niño
Gugma Ko

Hari sa kalipay
Hari nga gamay
Hatagan unta kami’g luna
Diha sa dughan mo
Hari nga gamhanan
Hari sa tanan
Walay tupong ang pagmahal
Nga gihatag Mo

Sto. Niño
Sto. Niño
Senior Sto. Niño
O, daghang salamat sa kaayo Mo
Daygon sa kanunay ug simbahon Ka gayud
Sto. Niño
Sto. Niño
Gugmaa Ko

Sto. Niño
Sto. Niño
Senior Sto. Niño
O, daghang salamat sa kaayo Mo
Daygon sa kanunay ug simbahon Ka gayud
Sto. Niño
Sto. Niño
Gugma Ko

The Chapel - Ayala Center Cebu
January 10-20, 2014

Ayala-Center-Cebu


Art Center - SM City Cebu
January 11-26, 2014

SM-Art-Center


The Northwing Atrium - SM City Cebu
January 10-26, 2014

SM-City-Cebu-Exhibit





Sinulog! Shagit ug kusug! Pit Senyor! Pit Senyor! Tanan Mag-saulog! Viva Senyor Sto. Niño! Sinulog 2014!


Sinulog is a dance ritual in honor of the miraculous image of the Santo Nino.

The dance moves to the sound of the drums and this resembles the current (Sinulog) of what was then known as Cebu's Pahina River. Thus, in Cebuano, they say it's Sinulog.

More than just the meaning of the word is the significance of the dance. Historians now say that Sinulog, which is of pagan origin, is the link between the country's pagan past and its Christian present.

Since 1521, devotion to the Santo Niño has grown and has taken root in Philippine popular piety, particularly in the Visayas; pilgrims from different parts of Cebu and the rest of the Philippines make their yearly journey to the church to take part in the procession and festival. Starting in 1980, the Cebu City government organized the Sinulog Festival and eventually gave incentives to tribal dance groups.

The first Sinulog parade was held in 1980. In 1981 the following year, the concept of the Sinulog Parade was actualized involving not just Cebu but also representatives from other provinces in the Philippines . Marking its difference from another popular festival, the Ati-Atihan in Aklan, the Sinulog focuses not on the ritual itself but on the historical aspects of the dance, which, as it has been said, represents the link the country's embrace of Christian faith.

Today,Sinulog parade and activities became bigger and better. This made Sinulog ...the country's biggest and grandest cultural festival. (Sinulog.ph)









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