Peñafrancia Festival 2016 Schedule

Our Lady of Peñafrancia Festival Traslacion Procession 2015; photo taken as the traslacion procession passes by The Carmen Hotel Downtown Naga City; Photo by Jerome Palma

Our Lady of Peñafrancia Festival Traslacion Procession 2015; Photo taken as the Traslacion Procession passes by The Carmen Hotel in Downtown Naga City; Photo by Jerome Palma

The Peñafrancia Festival is an annual Bicol Festival celebrated in Naga City, Camarines Sur, Philippines. It is a celebration of the Bicolanos’ devotion to Our Lady of Peñafrancia (Nuestra Señora de Peñafrancia), attended by thousands of devotees from all over the country and overseas.

Below is the Peñafrancia Festival 2016 Schedule of religious festivities.

For an updated Peñafrancia Festival 2016 schedule – one that combines both the religious festivities and the Naga City 2016 Peñafrancia Fiesta activities, please check out this post.

 

Peñafrancia Festival 2016 General Schedule

The 134th Divino Rostro and the 306th Peñafrancia Annual Festivities

General Theme:
Christ, the face of God’s mercy, nourishes the family in the Eucharist
[Si Cristo, an lawog kan pagkaherak kan Dios, nagpapakakan kan familia sa Eucaristia]

Credits:
• The schedule that follows was taken from the Peñafrancia Festival 2016 schedule posted on June 11, 2016 by the Penafrancia Basilica Minore Facebook Fan Page.
• Such schedule was then converted into this post and into a PDF File by Naga City Guide and published today, June 15, 2016, on this Peñafrancia Festival 2016 Schedule post.

 

Peñafrancia Festival 2016 FAQs:

The following answers the most frequently asked questions regarding the 2016 Peñafrancia Festival. This section will tell you the fiesta dates that most people would like to note on their calendars:

Q: When is the 2016 Feast of the Divino Rostro?
A: Second Friday of September, which falls on September 9, 2016

Q: When is the Peñafrancia Festival 2016 Traslacion?
A: September 9, 2016 – Friday

Q: When is the Peñafrancia Festival 2016 Fluvial Procession?
A: Third Saturday of September, which falls on September 17, 2016

Q: When is the Feast Day (i.e. Solemnity) of Our Lady of Peñafrancia 2016?
A: Third Sunday of September, which falls on September 18, 2016

Q: Where should we stay for the 2016 Peñafrancia Festival?
A: The best hotel for the Peñafrancia Festival is The Carmen Hotel. Check out this post for reasons you should consider staying at The Carmen Hotel for the Peñafrancia Festival.

For other Peñafrancia hotel options, check out our Naga City Hotels page.

Detailed Peñafrancia Festival 2016 Schedule:

Below is a detailed Peñafrancia Festival 2016 schedule, taken from the Peñafrancia Basilica Minore Fan Page. For your convenience, we have placed the 2016 Peñafrancia Fiesta schedule on a downloadable PDF found at the bottom of this page.

August 30 (Tuesday)
5:00 pm: Divino Rostro Mass and Procession from Basilica to Peñafrancia Parish Church with Caceres Clergy (All Divino Rostro Novena Masses will be held at the Our Lady of Peñafrancia Parish Church)

August 31 (Wednesday) – DAY FOR THE FAMILIES AND THE LAITY
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 Our Lady of Peñafrancia Association)
4:00 pm: Confessions
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English) (Naga Parochial School; PCFC)

September 1 (Thursday) – DAY FOR THE YOUTH
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) (Naga College Foundation; Aeronautical Academy of the Philippines)
8:30 pm: Perdon Penitential Procession

September 2 (Friday) – DAY FOR EDUCATORS, TEACHERS, AND MEDIA PRACTITIONERS
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; AMA Computer College)
8:00 pm: Alay ki Ina (Basilica c/o Oremos)

September 3 (Saturday) – DAY FOR THE CHILDREN
4:00 am: Penitential Procession and Pilgrimage (Pilgrims: Our Lady of the Assumption, Canaman, CS)
5:00 am: Novena Mass (Bikol)
7:00 am: Pontifical Mass & Installation of new OLPA members: Archbishop Rolando Tria Tirona (Basilica)
4:00 pm: Confessions
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English) (MPC; WRI)
7:00 pm: Cofradía de San José Vigil (Basilica)
8:30 pm: Perdon Penitential Procession

September 4 (Sunday) – DAY FOR THE RELIGIOUS MEN AND WOMEN OF CACERES
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) (UNEP Iriga City)

September 5 (Monday) – DAY FOR THE SICK, THE ELDERLY AND HEALTH WORKERS
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) (USANT Iriga City; Computer Communications Institute)
8:30 pm: Perdon Penitential Procession

September 6 (Tuesday) – DAY FOR THE POOR AND PRISONERS
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)

September 7 (Wednesday) – DAY FOR PRIESTS AND SEMINARIANS
4:00 am: Penitential Procession and Pilgrimage (Pilgrims: Our Lady of Prompt Succor, Haring, Canaman, CS)
5:00 am: Novena Mass (Bikol)
4:00 pm: Confessions
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English) (USI; NCSHS)

September 8 (Thursday) – DAY FOR THE GOVERNMENT LEADERS AND WORKERS
4:00 am: Penitential Procession and Pilgrimage (Pilgrims: St. Anthony of Padua, Camaligan, CS)
5:00 am: Novena Mass (Bikol)
4:00 pm: Confessions
4:00 pm: Formal Opening, Bishop Gainza Trade Fair (Elias Angeles Street)
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English) (AdeNU; Brentwood College of Asia International School)

September 9 (Friday) – FEAST OF THE DIVINO ROSTRO
4:00 am: Penitential Procession of the Image of INA from Basilica to Peñafrancia Parish Church
5:30 am: Pontifical Mass: Archbishop Rolando Tria Tirona
6:30 am: Community Mass (and every hour and a half thereafter)

NOVENA MASSES IN HONOR OF OUR LADY OF PEÑAFRANCIA
Theme: The Eucharist: the source of Christian marriage and family life (FC 57)

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
3:30 pm: The TRASLACION
5:30 pm: Pontifical Mass (Quadricentennial Arch) Archbishop Rolando Tria Tirona
7:00 pm: Community Mass (Cathedral)

September 10 (Saturday) – DAY FOR THE YOUTH
Theme: Heralds of God’s love and mercy in the family through the Eucharist
3 – 7 pm: Confessions (Minor Seminary Arches)
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English) Quadricentennial Arch, Archbishop Rolando Tria Tirona

September 11 (Sunday) – DAY FOR THE RELIGIOUS
Theme: Eucharist: Strengthening consecrated life for ministry to the family
3 – 7 pm: Confessions (Minor Seminary Arches)
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English)
9:00 pm: Marian Procession (Cathedral Grounds)

September 12 (Monday) – DAY FOR THE CHILDREN
Theme: Eucharist: A family sacred banquet nurturing Christ’s mercy
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 13 (Tuesday) – DAY FOR EDUCATORS, TEACHERS AND MEDIA PRACTITIONERS
Theme: Eucharist: Teaching the Christian way of thinking, acting and living
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
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 14 (Wednesday) – DAY FOR THE SICK, THE ELDERLY AND HEALTH WORKERS
Theme: Eucharist: Radiating God’s tenderness and mercy even in the midst of pain and poverty
6:00 am: Pontifical Mass, Diocese of Daet, Bishop Gilbert Garcera
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 15 (Thursday) – DAY FOR THE POOR & PRISONERS
Theme: Christ’s sacrifice in the Eucharist, wellspring of hope and comfort in life’s difficulties
3:00 am: Penitential Procession of INA and Divino Rostro
6:00 am: Pontifical Mass, Diocese of Sorsogon, Bishop Arturo Bastes
3 – 6 pm: Confessions (Minor Seminary Arches)
5:00 pm: Novena Mass (English)
6:00 pm: Union of Bikol Clergy Mass (Cathedral) Bishop Gilbert Garcera
7:30 pm: Confessions (Cathedral)
8:00 pm: Marian Procession (Cathedral Grounds)

September 16 (Friday) – DAY FOR PRIESTS AND SEMINARIANS
Theme: Priestly devotion to the Eucharist, the heartbeat of God’s mercy in every family
3:00 am: Penitential Procession of INA and Divino Rostro
6:00 am: Pontifical Mass, Diocese of Masbate, Bishop Jose Bantolo
10:00 am: Pontifical Mass, Military Ordinariate, Bishop Leopoldo Tumulak
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 17 (Saturday) – DAY FOR GOVERNMENT LEADERS & WORKERS
Theme: Devotion to the Eucharist: Committed safeguarding of the life and dignity of God’s families
3:00 am: Penitential Procession of INA and Divino Rostro
6:00 am: Pontifical Mass, Archdiocese of Caceres, Archbishop Rolando Tria Tirona
10:00 am: Pontifical Mass, Diocese of Legazpi, Bishop Joel Baylon
12:000 nn: Ringing of Bells
2:00 pm: Community Mass (Quadricentennial Arch) Community Mass (Tabuco Bridge Landing)
4:00 pm: The FLUVIAL PROCESSION
4-6 pm: Confessions (Basilica Grounds) 6:30 pm: Pontifical Mass (Basilica Grounds) Archbishop Socrates Villegas

September 18 (Sunday) – SOLEMNITY OF OUR LADY OF PEÑAFRANCIA
Theme: Jesus Christ, the face of God’s mercy, nourishes the family in the Eucharist
6:30 am: Pontifical Mass (Basilica) Bishop Gilbert Garcera
8:00 am: Pontifical Mass (Basilica) Archbishop Rolando Tria Tirona
9:30 am: Pontifical Mass (Basilica) Bishop Jose Rojas
11:00 am: Pontifical Mass (Basilica) Bishop Lucilo Quiambao
6:00 pm: Pontifical Mass (Basilica) Bishop Manolo de los Santos

Note:
This Peñafrancia Festival 2016 Schedule is provided as a general guide and for informational purposes only. The actual schedule may differ from the schedule indicated in this document.

If the schedule of activities posted herein differs from what actually transpires in Peñafrancia Festival 2016, such a difference is most likely due to schedule alterations and event additions made after this file’s publication date. Please be advised.

2016 Peñafrancia Festival Schedule in JPEG

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2016 Peñafrancia Festival Schedule in PDF

Download a copy of the 2016 Peñafrancia Festival Schedule, provided by Naga City Guide in PDF.

 

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