NEW YORK (iiNNS) — The age-old tradition celebrated through the years by the Filipino and Filipino-American community of the Greater New York area returns this year at the Kalayaan Hall on the second floor of the Philippine Center on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue (556 Fifth Avenue between 45th and 46th Street) with the usual nine-day Novena of Filipino advent masses celebrated and sponsored by different Filipino organizations as follows (on weekdays Masses start at 6 p.m.; and on Saturday and Sunday Masses start at 3 p.m.):

• Tuesday, Dec. 6 — Coalition of School Alumni, CFC ANCOP

• Wednesday, Dec. 7 — PAFCOM, Friends Indeed, Hudson Rehab and Spa, Sta. Cruz Laguna Assn., RN Express, PACE-NJ

• Thursday, Dec. 8 — Ilokano Assn., Handang Tumulong Fndn., PNB, PWUAA, AFTA, MSU, Ay Borongan Assn., Sto. Nino Tacloban

• Friday, Dec. 9 — Masbate Assn., Project Pearls, Get Reel, Marcoart, UN-PCS

• Saturday, Dec. 10 — UPAAA,UP-NY, UPNEC, UPMASA, Letran

• Sunday, Dec. 11 — Alliance of Manila and Philippine Islanders, SA, International Network of Filipinos Overseas (INFO), Inc., METROBANK, Filipino Assn of St. Michael’s Parish, PAAC-CT, UNIFFIED, Garden State Assn., PACCAL

• Monday, Dec. 12 — Philippine Nurses Assn. of America, Philippine Nurses Assn,-NY, Philippine Nurses Assn.-CT

• Tuesday, Dec. 13 — United Mindoreños, PAACCCSI, PACEC, Filipino Social Club, Ivatan East Coast Assn., SIPAG

• Wednesday, Dec. 14 — Philippine Consulate General, New York, Philippine Independence Day Council, Inc (PIDCI), JCI-Philippines New York

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