Zadok the Roman has picture up of today’s Corpus Domini procession in Rome with Pope Benedict XVI.
But the Corpus Christi procession, he said, is a moment when Catholics walk with the risen Lord, carrying him to the ends of the earth.
"One cannot eat the risen Lord present in the figure of bread as if it were simply a piece of bread," the pope said. "To eat this bread is to ‘communicate,’ to enter into communion with the person of the living Lord.
"This communion, this act of eating, is truly an encounter between two persons; it is allowing oneself to be penetrated by the life of the one who is Lord, the one who is my creator and redeemer," Pope Benedict said.
Going to the altar and receiving Communion, he said, is a sign that the faithful want to be transformed and conformed to Christ, "who is love alive."
"Communion implies adoration; it implies the desire to follow Christ," he said. [Source]
On the other end of the spectrum John Gibson has a series of stills from the Episcopalian clown Mass mentioned earlier this week at Open Book.