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MMK Maalaala Mo Kaya February 16, 2013 Episode Replay

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MMK Maalaala Mo Kaya February 16, 2013 Episode Replay
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MMK Maalaala Mo Kaya February 16, 2013 Episode Replay
Maalaala Mo Kaya is a Filipino drama program which was first aired in 1991 and has since been the longest-running drama anthology on Philippine television. For 18 years, the show has been airing on ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation and is hosted by Charo Santos-Concio. It is also showned in ANC also but a different time slot. Brought to you by FlipBooth - The Pinoy Style Youtube

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News Report:


Kids in Cutud, Pampanga photographed flogging themselves during Holy Week

The sleepy town of Cutud in Pampanga has long been known for the ritualistic floggings and crucifixions that villagers stage during Holy Week. But there were at least two unlikely participants in this year’s ritual—children, who were photographed flogging themselves.
 
Photographer Jay Javier was in Pampanga during Good Friday, and was shocked to find two boys among the flagellants. 

A child joins the practice of flagellation in Cutud, Pampanga on Good Friday in 2014. Photographer Jay Javier said the man, who appears to be the boy's father, swatted his bloody flagellum on the boy's already bruised back. Jay Javier
 
“We were just passing through when I saw [the first boy.] I thought costume lang, he was being cute. Pero na-notice ko, 'yung flagellum niya na made out of wood or bamboo, he was hitting himself in the back, so kinunan namin,” Javier told GMA News Online in a phone interview.
 
Javier was disturbed by the fact that repeated hittings would be enough to bruise the young boy’s back. Javier noted that it wasn’t enough the boy was hitting himself—another older participant even offered to wipe the boy’s back in blood to make the whole scene “more realistic.”
 
“May lumapit na I assume is his father siguro, sabi, ‘Lagyan natin para maganda. Bina-brush niya with the flagellum, binudbud niya sa bata, sa likod,’” Javier said.

A child flagellant's back already appears bruised. According to photographer Jay Javier, the blood is actually from someone else. The Catholic Church frowns on the practice of flagellation. Jay Javier

 
The photographer noted that he saw another child doing the same thing, in a long line of about 15 other adult devotees.
 
“'Yung pangalawa, nakita namin sa isang line, tapos may maliit na dumaan, obviously bata,” he said.

DSWD, Church reactions
 
Meanwhile, Social Welfare and Development Secretary Dinky Soliman assured the public that parents will be warned against the practice.
 
“I have instructed the field office in central Luzon to get in touch with the parents and to provide them counseling on this unfortunate circumstance,” she said in a text message sent to GMA News Online.
 
The Catholic Church has long discouraged the practice, saying devotion can be shown in many other ways.
 
Fr. Rafael Paras, parish priest of Sta. Lucia in Cutud, said physically harming oneself is not the way Jesus Christ would have wanted his church to act during Holy Week. Paras however acknowledged that the Catholic Church in the Philippines does not go so far as to condemn the practice. 
 
“Ang una sa lahat, ang inang simbahan ay 'di sinusulong ang ganitong paraan ng pagpapakasakit bilang paghanda sa pagdating ni Kristo. Hindi ito sinusulong although hindi rin naman ito kino-condemn ng Inang Simbahan dahil nakikita naman ng simbahan na para sa mga deboto personally, ito siguro 'yung paraan nila para sa pagbabalik-loob sa Panginoon,” he said. —KG, GMA News





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