A vignette and gallery of images of the beautiful Catholic feast of Corpus Christi in some of the SSPX's United States' chapels.
Devotion to the Blessed Sacrament has a special place in the hearts of Roman Catholics, which is particularly witnessed on the Feast of Corpus Christi. Thus the faithful at the Society's chapels are keen to render their due homage and adoration to the Sacrament of Sacraments.
Throughout the United States, the feast celebrating the Most Holy Eucharist was observed either on Thursday (May 30th) itself, or its solemnity transfered to Sunday. For the Mass—even on the Lord's Day—was that of the beautiful propers composed by St. Thomas Aquinas of which we especially call to mind the Sequence, Lauda Sion; a magnificent sung tribute to the dogma of the Real Presence. Following the Mass was a public procession made in the honor of the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
Below is a gallery of some images submitted for the edification of our readers of Corpus Christi observed in the SSPX's chapels in Buffalo, New York, Eddystone, Pennsylvania, and Sanger, Texas.