CHICAGO Fri 31 May – Procession with “Our Lady of the Broken” from @SJCantius

Are in or near Chicagoland? Check this out.

Go to the site: HERE

May I just add that the people at St. John Cantius were formed to think and to pray in this way over many years. This doesn’t just happen automatically or overnight.

The one who guided that formation in thought and prayer was Fr. Frank Phillips, who was “broken” on the wheel of the Archd. of Chicago, though he was exonerated from what he was accused of.

Meno chiacchiere – più processioni!


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  1. Ave Maria says:

    Didn’t notice the cardinal leading the way… even though their chief shepherd of the parish was stolen from them, these faithful are well enough formed to carry on with remaining shepherds. Deo Gratias! And may Our Lady of the Broken protect them from further harm.

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