Being a member of the Iglesia ni Cristo my entire life, I’ve never experienced the different stuff that most catholics do – Holy Week traditions, Christmas traditions, and feast days.
This year, my in-laws brought us to Bulacan, to do Visita Iglesia. This was my first. I love their family, mainly because they’re all attached to one another, in a way that bonding is never forgotten.
And today’s route was Bulacan-QC-Marikina. It was a very exhausting trip, but I enjoyed every second of it.
I got to visit different churches. All were very breath taking. Every church had its own history, and getting to visit them made me feel a bit of that history.
It was nice having to leave the technology at home, too. I didn’t register for any surfing promos today, so I was pretty much away from the world of social media the entire day. I got to spend it fully with my boys 🙂
The weather was almost unbearable, but then again, nothing beats sacrifice for Him, who sacrificed His life for us all.
I didn’t get to do the stations tho. I didn’t know how to do it, and that little monkey in jean jumpers just couldn’t contain himself, and we had to run after him all the time. I’m hoping next year we could already do the legit Visita Iglesia.