Saturday, October 31, 2020 12:40 pm Gather inside Emmanuel Catholic Church for silent recollection and preparation to process. 1:00 pm Exposition of our Lord and beginning of the 1 mile procession around the city court and back to the church. Please join Catholics in the city of Dayton for a
Men for Christ: Annual Eucharistic Procession Through Downtown Cincinnati Unites Men in Public Prayer
by Bonny Van When more than 500 men – fathers, husbands, sons, brothers, religious and faithful – gather in downtown Cincinnati on Sat., Oct. 17, they will be walking with Jesus in the lead for the sixth annual Men’s Holy Name Society Eucharistic Procession. The event, which began in 2015,
CNA Staff, Oct 6, 2020 / 08:00 pm MT (CNA).- After riots and protests came to Kenosha, Wisconsin this summer, Archbishop Jerome Listecki led a Eucharistic procession and rosary in the city on Sunday, hoping to bring peace and healing to a fractured city, through the witness of Jesus Christ.
CNA Staff, Sep 14, 2020 / 04:03 pm MT (CNA).- The Archbishop of San Francisco has called Catholics to participate in Eucharistic processions across the city Sept. 20, which will join together and walk past city hall before public Masses are said outside the city’s cathedral – in part to
by Mary Farrow CNA Staff, Aug 18, 2020 / 03:29 am MT (CNA).- Two-and-a-half months after violent rioters wreaked havoc on State Street in downtown Madison, Wisconsin, smashing in windows and looting 75 stores, a different kind of gathering took place. This time, roughly 2,000 people from throughout the state
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 Q&A with David Willig – Coordinator for the Downtown Procession To conduct a Eucharistic Procession, a consecrated host in a monstrance is lifted and carried by a priest, who leads the faithful in a public procession. It is a public witness of the Catholic faith that begins and ends
St. Mary of the Woods Church in Russells Point held its first Eucharistic procession on Sept. 15. The parish processed to the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima on the shore of Indian Lake, where parishioners enjoyed a picnic and family activiites. The Eucharistic canopy, purchased in Italy, is a
By Gail Finke On a chilly morning in November, more than 100 people assembled for a Eucharistic procession with Father Stephen Imbarrato, the first ever held at a 40 Days for Life Dayton prayer vigil. Most attendees were Catholic, but several of Dayton’s famously interfaith pro-life leaders came in solidarity.