Sinu’g sa Casa Gorordo
A boy chants prayers to the Sto. Niño as visitors, local and foreign, watch the original Cebuano “sinu’g” offered as a dance-prayer in Casa Gorordo Museum.
The “sinu’g” is continued by Carol Diola who promised her aunt, the late Estelita “Nang Titang” Diola, that she would train neighborhood children in Mabolo to carry on the house tradition of the Gorordo family held on a Monday after the feast of the Sto. Niño.
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