Eucharistic Procession for Divine Mercy Sunday
- The Pilgrim Statue of Our Lady of Fatima
- A Bone Relic of St. Faustina
- A Bone Relic of St. Therese of Lisieux
- A piece of the True Cross
- An image of the Divine Mercy
- To Bless and Consecrate our Parish and Parish Family (and extended Families) to the Immaculate Heart of Mary and to the Divine Mercy of Jesus
- To bless Northwestern Community Hospital (we called the chaplains and they were happy to receive us to bless the building and staff and patients from a distant and safe location)
- To bless the Little Sisters of the Poor and their staff and residents (also spoke with Mother already)
- To Bless all our parishioners with the presence of the Blessed Sacrament and our Blessed Mother in honor of Divine Mercy Sunday, for health, protection, healing, and peace.
To Maintain Social Distancing etiquette we will remain in the vehicle (where both the statue and the Blessed Sacrament will be visible through the large windshield) and exit only to bless certain places (particularly health-care related locations)
Some further notes:
The whole event will be video-taped both live-streamed through YouTube (thanks for all the subscribing work and advertising!) and video tape (for editing and distributing in the near future).
2. Palatine Rd.
3. Rohlwing Rd.
4. Rand Rd.
5. Lake Cook Rd.
6. Quentin Rd.
7. Dundee Rd.
8. Roselle Rd.
10. S. Meachem
11. Kirchoff Rd.
12. Hicks Rd.
13. Back to St. TheresaThe Locations where we will stop are:
- Northwest Community Hospital
- Little Sisters of the Poor
- Aparion Nursing Home
- Our St. Theresa Parking Lot
Note: It is possible that we will be updating the list of stops.
The whole event is estimated to last a little over 1 to 1.5 hours.
Eucharistic Procession with Rev. Fr. Ervin Pio Caliente of the Diocese of Rockford.