Albay faithful asked to ‘tie red ribbon’ to show support for frontliners

By: - Correspondent / @mbjaucianINQ
/ 10:33 AM March 26, 2020
Albay faithful asked to 'tie red ribbon' to show support for front liners

The Diocese of Legazpi in Albay has asked its parishioners to show their support to frontliners in the fight against coronavirus disease by tying a red ribbon outside their homes. Photo from Bishop Joel Baylon

LEGAZPI CITY –– As frontliners brave the danger in handling the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis, Bishop Joel Baylon of the Diocese of Legazpi have asked the faithful to show their support.

In his Facebook post, he told the faithful to “tie a red ribbon” outside their houses, around gates, doors, or trees, as a gesture of support for the frontliners for sacrificing their health and lives to serve the Filipino people.


“The Diocese of Legazpi shows loving support and fervent prayers for those who are in the front lines (doctors, nurses, etc)… With God’s merciful grace and blessing, we will win this together!” Bishop Baylon said.

He also urged the faithful to strictly observe the enhanced community quarantine guidelines for safety and protection against COVID-19.



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