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Amazing Pictures and Videos of Harvard’s Huge Eucharistic Procession

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Brantly Millegan - published on 05/13/14

The Black Mass was canceled, but hundreds still showed up for Eucharistic adoration, including the president of Harvard.

The Black Mass was canceled, but that didn’t stop Catholics from continuing on with their planned Eucharistic procession and hour of adoration.

The procession began on MIT’s campus and finished at St. Paul’s Church on Harvard’s campus, followed by a Holy Hour of Eucharistic adoration. 

You can see pictures of the event here and here. Below are two videos of the event:

Brantly Millegan is Assistant Editor for Aleteia. He is also Co-Editor of Second Nature and Co-Director of the International Institute for the Study of Technology and Christianity. He is finishing up a M.A. in Theology at the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity and will begin working on a Ph.D. in theology at the Catholic University of America this fall. He lives with his wife and children in South St. Paul, MN. His personal website is brantlymillegan.com.

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