You’ll Immediately Want To Find A Corpus Christi Procession After Watching This

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Since 1264,  the Feast of Corpus Christi is celebrated on the Thursday following the Solemnity of the Holy Trinity. Catholics across the world will commemorate this day with a Eucharistic procession through their city.  If your parish doesn’t do this, consider finding one to join or organizing one yourself! Find instructions on how to organize a Eucharistic procession here – “Do not be afraid to go out on the streets and into public places like the first apostles in order to take up the challenge of making Christ known in the modern metropolis.” – St. John Paul II Take a look at these videos that show a Corpus Christi Procession that took place in Texas.

God in the Heart of Texas

Strewing Flowers | Corpus Christi Procession

“Lord, my soul is in love with your Beauty. I want to squander my perfumes and my flowers on you. In strewing them for you on the wings of the breeze, I would like to inflame hearts. ”  – St. Therese

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