Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament

Yesterday at Holy Innocents Church in Manhattan, in the afternoon, people gathered again for Vespers, sung in Gregorian chant.  Then there was Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, Litany of the Most Holy Name (for the Feast, of course) and Benediction.

Here is a little video of the rites from Exposition to the end.

They got a daily TLM going at Holy Innocents.  Now they are starting on Sunday Vespers.

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3 Responses to Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament

  1. Jack Hughes says:

    Ok what can I do to get this sort of thing in my Parish? (particularly daily EF)

  2. benedetta says:

    Beautiful video. I have a bit of an attachment to the great altar painting at Holy Innocents. Hope to visit again sometime and attend Mass there in the EF.

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