Santo Entierro de Lukban Lucban, Quezon 

This image is unique in that, not only is it thought to be miraculous, it also provides one of the most awesome spectacles of Semana Santa in the Philippines. Like many images of the Dead Christ, Lukban's has its own 'family', which takes great care to appoint it with an inheritance, and its general upkeep. At morning of Good Friday, the image is taken by a group of men, dressed in white, where it is wrapped in a white cloth and prepared for the afternoon's procession. The events reach a fever pitch come afternoon of Good Friday; the image is then processed, to the clap of dozens of bamboo clappers, which take the place of the rueda (wooden clapper), as bells are prohibited to be rung until Black Saturday. The devotees scramble to get to the image as it returns to the Church; some of them go about it drunk, and even try to bite a piece of the Lord away, in the hopes of securing good luck and divine protection in the year ahead. Our Ancestor, Don Saturnino Cristobal Rilles became the town executive in 1840 and ordered the religous image. The statue is sponsored by our relatives the Rilles and Villasenors. 

Virgen La Purisima Labo, Camarines Norte

The statue of the Virgin Mary most Pure with Ivory face and hands sculpted by the Lukban's cousin Ismael Villasenor. Sponsored by the Miguel Lukban Family in Labo.











Senor de Columna  Labo, Camarines Norte

Christ at the scourging sculpted by the Lukban's cousin Ismael Villasenor in the 1860s. Sponsored by the Venida Family in Labo.












Senor Nazareno  Labo, Camarines Norte 

Jesus the Nazarenne Statue. Sponsored by the de Jesus Family . 


























St. Joseph  Labo, Camarines Norte 

St. Joseph Statue. Family Patron Saint of the de Jesus family. Sponsored by the Alejandro de Jesus Lukban Family 

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