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TravelBook Staff, Contributor
August 25, 2012

Three September Festivals You Should Participate In

This coming month, make sure to head down south to catch some waves after celebrating the feast days of some of the country's patron saints. By TravelBook Staff

Majority of Filipinos are devout Catholics. At every corner, you can find a church or a chapel full of people there to hear mass or perhaps to seek refuge and penance. Be it a Sunday, a feast day, or a typical weekday, a portion of our time is usually allotted for prayer, repentance, or, as is the case this month, for celebration and commemoration.

This September, there are several festivities lined up for the whole nation to take part in. It’s a busy month for dioceses whose patron saints’ birthdays take place this time of the year. At the same time, Filipinos prove that the water sports is definitely more fun here with the annual Siargao International Surfing Cup, which will be held in Surigao on the last week of the month.

Here are a few festivals you should definitely check out this coming September.

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