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fidelis86 (1 month ago)
Thank you for organizing this event. It's great to see other young people(especially in college)on fire for their faith. I've had the privilege of participating in a few processions myself and they have been an awesome experience. Keep up the good work!
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mthw16 (2 months ago)
This is very heart warming. It's so difficult to stay immersed in faith at that age, with all the temptations at a college campus. I'd feel a lot better about the future of our country if we had more college students like this.
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rachelbostwick (3 months ago)
The music is the resurrection music from "The Passion of The Christ" Nice work!
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djiepietoew (4 months ago)
Very moving... Beautiful! I only wish in our country there could be such a deep faith, love and devotion for the Eucharist...
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dryanmorr (5 months ago)
I wish our Newman Center would do that! That is truly amazing!
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paxmaster2002 (5 months ago)
what music was used here? its beautiful
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development2 (6 months ago)
this was truly a beautiful event to be a part of. Christ, daily walking among us is always beautiful!! Sometimes it simply takes a moment like this to fully take notice!
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teebirdman (6 months ago)
nice job Eric, Congrads to David and Erin on their first born! My son and his girlfriend now attend the U. of Tulsa as freshmen and the first thing they did was join the Newman center there! Praise be to God and Merry Christmas. Greg Hesse, Wichita, Ks.
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sruyle (6 months ago)
I went to UNL as a fallen away Catholic 10 years ago. I have sense rejoined the Church. I can only hope they continue this practice and maybe next year do it in the daylight so more students can maybe get a glimps of our Lord Jesus Christ in the Eucharist for themselves.
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BorAndNile19 (6 months ago)
wow, that was awesome
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Added:  December 02, 2006
From:  echloupek
This is a Eucharistic Procession held... This is a Eucharistic Procession held on November 1, 2006 (All Saints Day) on the campus of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The procession was organized by the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Newman Center.

The Eucharistic procession is a centuries-old tradition in the Catholic Church. Ever since Jesus instituted the Eucharist at the Last Supper, His Church has consistently taught that Christ is truly and physically present--Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity--in the Blessed Sacrament. And so, fittingly, the Eucharistic procession is a form of adoration and evangelization as Christ is presented physically for all to witness as we accompany him. The Eucharist is the greatest treasure of the Church and so the Church wishes to bring this good news to all, just as the Angel brought the good news of Christ's birth to the shepherds: "Do not be afraid; for behold, I proclaim to you good news of great joy that will be for all the people!" (Luke 2:10)

"Do not be afraid to go out on the streets and into public places, like the first apostles who preached Christ and the good news of salvation in the squares of cities..." - Pope John Paul II

If you would like a DVD of this video plus the clip of this procession featured on EWTN's "Life on the Rock", contact:

Eric Chloupek
chloupek@bigred.unl.edu
402.762.5204
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