In some places it is customary to have a procession for the Feast of Christ the King. In the older, traditional, Roman calendar, this Sunday (the last of October) is the Feast of Christ the King.
Our friends at Romanitas Press have an interesting piece about the Christ the King procession.
There is also an article about little girls dropping flower petals in processions. (Hint: NO! Females may not be in liturgical processions. The lovely little creatures with their pretty flower petals can go in front of the procession, of course, but they shouldn’t be in the procession.
There is also a new chapter of Peregrinus Gasolinus available about the all important wearing of the biretta by priests in public outside of church! (HINT: Yes, we can use it as a regular hat, out-of-doors, when going about on our business while dressed in the cassock.)
Also, I note that there is a sheet useful for when you quiz altar boys in preparation for service at the altar! HERE. One of these days I must really get resurrect that site wherein I did the Latin, slowly, in bits and pieces so that it could be more easily memorized. I shall look into that again.