More than the Sinulog as time for festivities and partying, the core of the feast of the Sto. I found a sort of English version of this here. Batobalani is said to mean magnet while gugma means love. During the novena for the Sto. Bato balani sa gugma, Sa daang tawo palangga. Dinhi sa siyudad sa Sugbo ang matahum mong larawan. Kanila ikaw nagpakita gikan da sa imong gugma.
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Gozos (Bato-Balani sa Gugma)
It struck me as a lullaby, and the dominance of harp enhances the soothing effect of the song. I inquired from my friends who are historians and cultural workers about the origin of the song, but no one could give me an answer. LAW Inc. He said that when he heard Bato-Balani for the first time, he could not understand what he felt, he was lifted. The lyrics are historical as they give an account of how the Christian faith was brought to the islands. By that time, the Sinulog festival, the street dancing component of the fiesta, was on its fifth year. It was agreed that there be a ritual — waving of the hand — while singing the gozos. There is no known composer of the song but definitely he was a Sugbuanon who was so inspired by his faith. The rendition we hear today was arranged and recorded by Mr. It was very touching to watch a million faithful praying and singing, surrounded by the mountains and the sea.
Sto. Niño: Batobalani sa Gugma Lyrics
This is the gozos of the Sto. In this song we are reminded that Jesus, the Word of God incarnate, the love of God made tangible draws us to love God in return. The first reading today also reminds us that we ought to love one another for our God is love. Today let us put on the love of God in our words and actions so that we draw more people closer to God. Enjoy the loving blessings of God. Readingsoftheday RedemptoristMissionaries.
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