“Sagalahan” Draws Huge Crowd at SM City Grand Central

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The vibrant and festive spirit of Filipino culture came alive at SM City Grand Central as the annual “Sagalahan sa Grand Central” delighted hundreds of visitors with its colorful pageantry, music, and traditions. This traditional Santacruzan, held every May, transformed the mall into a vivid tapestry of history and celebration. 

Kicking off the festivity was a grand procession featuring Reyna Elena, the embodiment of Queen Helena, and her consort, Constantine. Adorned in resplendent gowns and intricate crowns, they were accompanied by sagalas (muses), symbolizing various virtues, characters, and figures from the Christian narrative. The parade wound through the mall’s main atrium, culminating in a grand spectacle on the fifth floor. 

Concluding the event, devotees gathered to offer flowers and prayers in honor of the Virgin Mary. Organized by The Chapel of Our Most Holy Rosary and led by the Chaplain, Fr. Paul Nicklaus C. Woo, in collaboration with SM City Grand Central, the “Sagalahan sa Grand Central” not only celebrated tradition but also brought the community together in a vibrant homage to faith and history. 06/01/2024 (The Lifestyle Portal)

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