At the start of Holy Week the red sash was added to the cross behind the alter. I also see a platform under the statue that was not there the day before. Changes are coming so I took some pictures to show them off to friends as they happened. 3/26
This was a beautifully done ceremony. I love how respectful it was to the true presents of Christ in the Eucharist. I love the devotion that I see from the people of this parish. Then the fun was to be found on Easter morning when the old Tabernacle had found a new home.
I don't love all the art work of this parish. The design is so late 70's but the parish has a feel of love that I have not found in the surrounding places. I mistakenly thought that the people were very non traditional based on the style. When I have grown to realize is that is not the case. The original parishioners are more than willing to make changes and I love the the priest has been incredibly respectful of blending the original style with more traditional features. Making the a place that really is the Church on Earth. I am thrilled that we have been told that the cross will soon have a corpus.