Since the 16th century, Christians all over the world have given praise to the Santo Niño, the Holy Child Jesus. This feast commemorates how Jesus, even as a child, accepted the mission of the Father: he was loved, persecuted, obedient and ready to serve his people. This feast encourages all to take on a child-like trust in the Father, his plan, power and love.
The feast begins with a novena on Friday, January 12th and concludes with Mass, a procession and potluck dinner on Saturday, January 20th. There are opportunities for everyone to participate both in-person and online.