Las Piñas News
Las Piñas celebrates St. Joseph Fiesta
Residents of Las Piñas City celebrated the annual St. Joseph Fiesta with great enthusiasm and devotion on Sunday, May 7th. The fiesta is a significant event in the city's religious calendar, honoring the patron saint of workers and fathers, St. Joseph.
The day began with a mass held at the St. Joseph Parish, attended by City Vice Mayor April Aguilar and other government officials. During the mass, devotees offered prayers and petitions to St. Joseph for his guidance and protection.
After the mass, the fiesta parade took place, showcasing the different bands from various St. Joseph parishes in the city. The procession was filled with vibrant colors, lively music, and dancing, adding to the festive atmosphere. The parade ended at the Plaza Quezon, where the community gathered for more festivities.
Throughout the day, people enjoyed a wide variety of food and drinks sold by street vendors, and different games and rides for children. The event also provided an opportunity for residents to connect with one another, strengthening the sense of community and belonging.
The St. Joseph Fiesta is an important event for the people of Las Piñas City, serving as a symbol of their strong faith and cultural heritage. The annual celebration is a testament to the community's resilience, unity, and unwavering devotion to their patron saint, Tata Hosep.