The Feast of the Blessed Trinity, otherwise known as the Feast of the Holy Trinity is celebrated in the towns of Talibon and Loay. In Talibon, the curia set the date on the last Saturday of May, to facilitate the homecoming of the “Balikbayans”. The church hierarchy though set the feast on the Sunday after Pentecost.
The love for the Blessed Trinity is deeply ingrained in the hearts of the Boholanos, who are deeply religious. This religiosity is expressed through feasts, both in the religious and social sphere, and is observed with much fanfare.
For those who have little or no knowledge of how this feast came about, allow me to publish here a part of an article written by Father Weiser. He explains the history and liturgy of the Trinity, including the sign of the cross. He also covers the folklore of the Trinity, including symbols, shrines and columns and popular celebration.