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Our parish has a wonderful Feast of Corpus Christi procession every year. It's one of our favorite feasts, inspiring overwhelming gratitude for what He has done for us.
Alex and Blaise bearing candles
Regina among the First Communicants, strewing rose petals
Posted at 11:36 AM in Catholic Faith | Permalink
What beautiful pictures! Our parish renewed this tradition last year and I was so looking forward to it this Sunday. Unfortunately we had to be out of town, so I missed it. Your pictures are the next best thing! :)
June 15, 2009 at 01:46 PM
I feel this is a tradtion that needs to be brought back to all of our Catholic churchs. How lucky you are to have this in your parish.
I had to fight (stand my ground) 10 years ago to have permission for our Christian Mother's group to hold a May crowning on Mother's Day weekend.
I'm afraid to give up being in charge of it for fear that it won't be carried on. But - we've had it for the last 10 consecutive years and at least the Christian Mothers know that it's part of our progamming.
You are so fortunate to have Old St. Patrick's. We don't even have a church of that standing any where near us.
Grandma Jan |
June 16, 2009 at 09:30 AM
Beautiful procession! You're so blessed!
Regina~Congratulations on your First Communion! You look lovely in your dress!
June 23, 2009 at 02:13 AM
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