Holy Mass with a central procession to the four altars of Corpus Christi

This year, the central Corpus Christi procession will return to the route through the streets of Warsaw.


Holy Mass will be celebrated in the Warsaw Arch Cathedral, and the metropolitan of Warsaw, Card. Kazimierz Nycz, will preside over the service. Following the distribution of the Eucharist, there will be a procession through the streets of the capital city that will go to the four altars. Marshal Jozef Pilsudski, the Metropolitan of Warsaw, is scheduled to deliver the sermon during the last one, which will be held on Sunday.

A concelebrated Mass will be said at 10:00 a.m. at the Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist in the Old Town of Warsaw to mark the beginning of the event. Cardinal Kazimierz Nycz, the Metropolitan of Warsaw, will preside over the Mass.

Immediately after the conclusion of the Mass, the cathedral basilica will serve as the starting point for a processional procession that will go to each of the four altars.

The church of St. Anna on Krakowskie Przedmiecie will be the location of the first altar that will be constructed.

The second altar is located in the church that belongs to the seminary. The third altar can be found at the memorial of Blessed Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski, which is located inside the church of the Sisters of Visitation; the fourth altar can be found in the square named for Marshal Jozef Pilsudski.

Following the sermon given by card. Kazimierz Nycz at the fourth altar, the song Te Deum will be sung by the congregation.

At the conclusion of the procession, the blessing of the Blessed Sacrament will be bestowed on the congregation.

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Written by Rachita Salian


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