Priest launches "mobile kumpisalan" to reach the Catholic faithful in Batanes

Priest launches "mobile kumpisalan" to reach the Catholic faithful in Batanes

- A priest made a mobile kumpisalan where the faithful can do their preparations for advent without flocking to the church

- The priest would visit houses in Ivatan, Batanes in order for the Catholic faithful to do their confession

- Confession is part of the process of preparing for the birth of Jesus, celebrated all over the world during Christmas

- It is a way to reach people amid the pandemic when movement and gatherings have become limited

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A mobile kumpisalan is now going around Ivatan, Bataan. It is a way of reaching the Catholic faithful as the season of advent begins.

Instead of waiting for people to come to church for a yearly confession, the priest, on his mobile kumpisalan, would go to homes in order for people to do their annual religious practices.

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Priest launches "mobile kumpisalan" to reach the Catholic faithful in Batanes
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The FB page "ABS-CBN News" shared the photos of Fr. Zenki Manabat.

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