For Corpus Christi we will be doing much the same as last year, except bigger and better.
I do not know if you can, but if so, can you pass on times for the High Masses to your acquaintances/confrères/members.
There will be Mass, followed by the procession, and then Benediction all followed by coffee, cake and fellowship.
It is important that we, as Catholics, do not bow to modern sensibilities, and are proud to be Catholic. Processions, and taking part in them, is part of our heritage and should be celebrated. This is a wonderful day to take part. It is a commemoration of
…our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament… [The Body of Christ] is exposed not just to faithful Catholics but to all the world. This is a time when Catholics can show their love for Christ in the Real Presence by honoring Him in a very public way. It is also a wonderful way in which we can show our love for our neighbors by bringing Our Lord and Savior closer to them. So many conversions are a result of Eucharistic Adoration experienced from inside the Church. How many more there would be if we could reach those who only drive by the church in worldly pursuits (see more)
O Sacrament Most Holy, O Sacrament Divine, All praise and all thanksgiving be every moment Thine.