News Eucharistic Procession by Jeffrey Miller April 21, 2008 written by Jeffrey Miller April 21, 2008 Here are some great pictures taken at Notre Dame’s Eucharistic Procession. 4 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Catholic New Media Celebration next post Catholic Creativity You may also like The Swinging Nun July 9, 2003 Not a super hero I am aware of October 8, 2005 Weird practices in Alabama September 4, 2003 New Secretary of State June 22, 2006 Start of the Pauline Year June 28, 2008 Pope's Midnight Mass Homily December 24, 2004 JP Catholic September 9, 2006 Sign of the times May 26, 2003 Various August 11, 2009 Simony says August 16, 2005 4 comments Mary Rose April 21, 2008 - 10:36 pm Wow. Wow, wow….wow. It just took my breath away. I am hoping this is part of a great turning for Notre Dame, back to their roots. I’ll tell you this much – I’m almost certain that processional affected more people than a week’s worth of some tawdry play. I am just stunned that such a processional (and outdoors yet!) took place. Hooray for ND! Gail F April 22, 2008 - 2:07 pm Okay, I will admit to being stupid. What is this, exactly? I mean, what are they doing? I understand the adoration part. But where are they taking the Host, and what are all those little altars or stands, etc.? Paul Camarata April 23, 2008 - 3:13 am Despite what many often believe, comment, and write, I have found (in visiting my daughter often who is attending school there) the Holy Cross Fathers and most of the University community very faith-filled and truly Catholic in their beliefs and practices. The Basilica liturgies are truly fabulous. One need only tune in at 8AM Eastern every Sunday morning on the Hallmark Channel to witness the Sat. evening Mass rebroadcast. Events like this are the rule, in my experience, rather than the exception at Notre Dame. Unfortunately, these moments are rarely mentioned, in favor of the more outlandish and provocative events, speeches, and writings that come from the Golden Dome. Lily April 23, 2008 - 8:49 am Amazing pictures, I wish I could have been there. Comments are closed.