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The Church has had a history of celebrating the Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi) with Eucharistic Processions through the streets and squares of the towns and villages. In many parts of the world this still happens as people come together to reverence Christ in the Eucharist and bring him in solemn procession to people’s and places beyond the Church building.

This year we are inviting our parish family to join us in a Eucharistic Procession from our church to the front of West Middle School (where our community’s first Masses were celebrated) and back to our parish church. I (Fr. Gerry) will process, with the Eucharist in the Monstrance, and invite you to join me as we walk in prayer and song. We will have two stops for a few minutes of blessing, prayer and song, then continue our journey. At each stop we will share a devotional item for you to keep. Upon arrival back at the Church entrance I will offer Benediction with the Eucharist. We will conclude with ice cream treats and fellowship in the parking lot.

Please join us after the 11:30 am Mass (around 12:35). Our procession should take about 25 minutes (I timed the walk). Please wear a pair of walking shoes. I am inviting our First Communion children and families to join us in their Communion Day dresses and suits. I am inviting our graduates, in their caps and gowns, to join us for the walk as they will be with us at their special Mass. I invite any one to join us wearing their Ethnic garb/traditional costumes (ie. Polish, German, Indian, Hispanic, etc). Families come with your children in strollers and wagons. All are welcome as we honor the Lord and celebrate the presence of His Body and Blood in our lives.

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