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Football Field Misa de Gallo - Dubai (Ikaanim na Simbang Gabi sa Dubai)
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Simbang Gabi

20 December 2010. Simbang Gabi sa Dubai. Filipino ex-pats attends the sixth of nine consecutive Holy Mass at St.Mary's Catholic Church Dubai as part of the celebration of Christmas.-rosspisvena

SIMBANG GABI is one of the longest and most popular among the Filipino traditions in the country. It is when Catholic churches across the nation start to open their doors shortly before the break of dawn to welcome the faithful to the Simbang Gabi mass.

Simbang Gabi or Mass at Dawn is a nine-day novena to the Blessed Mother. The novena begins December 16 as early as 4 in the morning and culminates with the “Misa de Gallo” on Christmas Eve to welcome the birth of our Savior Jesus Christ. In some churches, the panuluyan is reenacted showing the effort of Joseph and Mary to find a suitable birthplace. Source:http://www.rcam.org/library/SIMBANG_GABI.htm

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