[vc_row equal_height=”” shift_y=”0″ z_index=”0″][vc_column][vc_column_text]In many places of the world, the great feast of Corpus Christi is transferred from it’s traditional observation on the Thursday after Trinity Sunday to the following Sunday. In traditional circles, where the missal and calendar more or less demand the observation on Thursday, it’s possible to move the feast to Sunday. This transfer is called the external solemnity.
Such was the case at St. Rocco church today. Unfortunately, still photography does not capture the majesty of the music, the great Sequence of the Mass written by St. Thomas Aquinas. Nonetheless, we hope you enjoy the gallery.
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