In Spanish and English, Catholics came together to conclude the 2020 Rosary Congress with prayer, song and worship.

The Catholic Diocese of Victoria held a rosary procession where parishioners walked through downtown Victoria on Sunday afternoon without a cloud in the sky.

Geoff Sloan reports on business and breaking news in the Crossroads region. He received his Bachelor's in international relations with minors in journalism and French from Texas State University. Reach him at gsloan@vicad.com or @GeoffroSloan on Twitter.

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Geoff Sloan reports on business and breaking news in the Crossroads region. He received his Bachelor's in international relations with minors in journalism and French from Texas State University. Reach him at gsloan@vicad.com or @GeoffroSloan on Twitter.

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George Schwarz Staff
George Schwarz

The “print” version has a large headline reading “Eucharistic Procession.” This is wrong. There was no eucharist or mass as part of this procession. It is clear that some of the changes in the Victoria Advocate is lowering the quality of the product.

Rick Dockery

The pictures show the Eucharist. It’s under the walking tent thing the are holding. I think picture 3. Another picture shows the Eucharist at Deleon plaza, another picture shows it at the steps of Oou Lady of Lourdes. The paper got it right from what I can see

Geoff Sloan Staff
Geoff Sloan

Hey George, thanks for engaging with the story. We checked with the Rev. Gary Janak at the Catholic Diocese about the point you raised. Ideally, it would be called the Blessed Sacrament when it is in the gold vessel, but it is in fact the Eucharist. We hope this helps.

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