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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

San Pedro CUTUD Lenten Rites 2013 (Philippines SENAKULO) LIVE STREAMING on Search

San Pedro Cutud Lenten Rites 2013 (Philippines SENAKULO) LIVE STREAMING  on Search

The most popular annual celebration or re-enactment of the Passion of the Christ in San Pedro Cutud, Sa Fernando Pampanga, Philippines is a hot topic again online especially this Lenten Season or Holy Week. People are searching if there websites that offers live stream of the event. The Senakulo or Lenten Rites in Cutud are realistic; it’s more like the real scenario in the Passion of the Christ movie. Hence, the Lenten play in the Philippines particularly in San Pedro Cutud, San Fernando Pampanga has been a tourist attractions and it is has become famous around the world.

So on March 29, 2013 Cutud Lenten Rites will be witness again by devotees, visitors and tourists. You’ll really witness three people or devotees being nailed to the Cross. Ruben Enage is a native in Cutud who played as Jesus Christ in the Lenten rites, he's been doing the Crucifixion for several years. According to them it is their way to show and demonstrate their faith to our Almighty Father, Jesus Christ.

Now the Senakulo or Lenten Rites in San Pedro Cutud, Pampanga in the Philippines will be aired by various TV stations or network such as ABS-CBN, TV5 and GMA 7. Other international networks are also coming in the Philippines to cover the bloody Lenten Rites.

And I think Tourist that are coming to witness the Cutud Lenten Rites 2013 will also be taking video, photos or pictures of the event and share it on various social media such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and eve in some Torrent Websites.

But I don’t think there’s a possible Live Streaming of the event, though you can still search for it online.

If ever there's a Live Streaming Video Coverage of the event, links will be posted below:

Live Crucifixion in Philippines (San Pedro Cutud, San Fernando, Pampanga) is now a trending topic.