Parishioners join in Eucharistic Procession

 

Story and photos by WNLP’s Bob Wellinski

Divine intervention?

Some believe it was as the rain stopped just as nearly 150 parishioners from the three LaPorte Catholic parishes (Sacred Heart, St. Joseph and St. Peter’s) participated Sunday in an Eucharistic Procession through LaPorte.

The procession began at St. Joseph Catholic Church and then stopped at five locations where the they prayed for special intentions at each location. The stops included: St. Peter’s Catholic Church – Pray for the sanctity of life; City Hall – Pray for our police, fire, and first responders; County Courthouse – Pray for our city and county leaders, our nation, and our world; LaPorte Hospital – Pray for the sick, our healthcare workers, and an end to the pandemic and finally, Boston Middle School – Pray for our teachers, principals, & students.

The rains returned as the group finished its route back at St. Joseph Catholic Church.

Here are a couple of links to video clips on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/100001628665767/videos/3826475070750077/

https://www.facebook.com/100001628665767/videos/3826556884075229/

 

 

4 Responses to “Parishioners join in Eucharistic Procession”

  1. Cathy Farrington

    Oct 05. 2020

    VERY BEAUTIFUL EVENT THAT HOPE WILL IMPROVE OUR COUNTRY. Bless all that attendant and the USA

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  2. DO

    Oct 05. 2020

    What a beautiful thing to see!!! Thank you to the parishioners, Father Ian and everyone who participated for all your prayers. Thank you WNLP for sharing this with us. God Bless!

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  3. Jim Michaletz

    Oct 06. 2020

    Visit UniteOurNation.net to see more of these beautiful processions. More than 60 are now registered nationwide. You can bring one to your community too. We make it simple!

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