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A look back at the 5th Annual Eucharistic Procession

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Now is the time to call all Catholic men to be involved in the New Evangelization by being public witnesses to our Catholic faith.

On cool, clear October Saturday morning, hundreds of Men and Seminarians began their weekend at the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains for Mass at 8:00 a.m.. At 9:00 a.m. they left the Cathedral and processed through downtown Cincinnati.

The first stop was at District One, headquarters for our Cincinnati Police Department. There, they had benediction and prayed for the safety and protection for the dedicated police officers and emergency personnel who serve Cincinnati. The men also prayed for the safety and protection and from all violence and evil.

The second stop was in front of St. Francis Seraph Church. This Franciscan parish has a special ministry to the poor and homeless in the inner city. There was a benediction and the men prayed for the poor and homeless in Cincinnati.

The importance of this event was simply to bring Jesus’ powerful and real presence in the Holy Eucharist into the heart of Cincinnati.

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