Eucharistic processions happen each Sunday following the Noon Mass, weather permitting, from early spring until late fall. The Rosary is prayed outdoors at the grotto, followed by Benediction with the Blessed Sacrament.
Finding time to blog of late, has been difficult. In fact, finding time to do much of anything has been difficult - LOL. I know... I'm single, I'm suppose to have all kinds of time. Since I cannot blog on everything out there, I can lead you to some good articles. So, I give you some photos in this post of our Sunday Eucharistic processions, and a few good links to read.
- The blogging Msgr. Charles Pope, discusses: The Politician and the “Private” Sin: Christine O’Donnell Runs Afoul of the “New Morality”
- In another recent post, Msgr. Charles Pope speaks on: A Lover of the Traditional Latin Mass Reflects on the Virtues of the Newer Vernacular Mass
- Bishop Robert Vasa discusses the USCCB at Inside Catholic ... it's uses, limitations, how it is misused and misunderstood.
- On Zenit: An atonement Mass is planned at St. Peter's Basilica in Rome for sins against life
- Archbishop Charles Chaput writes on Catholics and the Next America
- Fr. Z - somewhat recovered from a blog-attack which sacked WDTPRS finally gets a word in: So, a Pope and an Anglican Archbishop walk into an Abbey
- On the Crescat: The Pink Nun's blog
- Sandro Magister talks about art in The Feast of St. Matthew has a director: Caravaggio
- Blogging seminarian, Philip Gerard Johnson, has provided a medical update concerning the inoperable tumor. He has been asking for us to pray for the intercession of Servant of God, Fr. Thomas Frederick Price, who was instrumental in his grandfather's conversion. Bishop Burbidge provided an imprimatur on a prayer card for this intention which can be seen and prayed here. You can watch his blog, In Caritate non Ficta, for further updates.
Now, this Sunday, the Assumption Grotto choir is singing at St. Joseph's "Oktoberfest" in September. Beer, brats and ... lots of beautiful music with a handful of choirs.
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