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Polish Catholics celebrate Corpus Christi

June 20th, 2019

Corpus Christi masses and processions were held across Poland on Thursday, with the main ceremonies celebrated by the country's Catholic Primate Archbishop Wojciech Polak in the central city of Inowroclaw. In his homily, Polak said that "in the name of this communion with Jesus, today, at the Corpus Christi ceremony ... we want to walk through the streets of our city. As we walk, we want to show to everybody the Body of Christ, sacrificed for us and everyone else." Corpus Christi is one of the most ceremonial Catholic feasts. In Poland, it is celebrated in processions and special liturgies held in virtually every city, town and village.


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