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Slideshow: Rosary Procession for the <br>End of the Coronavirus

Slideshow: Rosary Procession for the
End of the Coronavirus

Posted: March 13, 2020

On Thursday night, Chaplain Rev. Greg Markey organized a Rosary Procession “in reparation for our sins and the sins of our nation,” and with the intention of an end to the spread of the novel coronavirus afflicting the country and the world.

  • New England Rosary Procession March 2020
    Slideshow: New England Rosary Procession
  • New England Rosary Procession March 2020
    Slideshow: New England Rosary Procession
  • New England Rosary Procession March 2020
    Slideshow: New England Rosary Procession
  • New England Rosary Procession March 2020
    Slideshow: New England Rosary Procession
  • New England Rosary Procession March 2020
    Slideshow: New England Rosary Procession
  • New England Rosary Procession March 2020
    Slideshow: New England Rosary Procession
  • New England Rosary Procession March 2020
    Slideshow: New England Rosary Procession
  • New England Rosary Procession March 2020
    Slideshow: New England Rosary Procession
  • New England Rosary Procession March 2020
    Slideshow: New England Rosary Procession
  • New England Rosary Procession March 2020
    Slideshow: New England Rosary Procession
  • New England Rosary Procession March 2020
    Slideshow: New England Rosary Procession
  • New England Rosary Procession March 2020
    Slideshow: New England Rosary Procession
  • New England Rosary Procession March 2020
    Slideshow: New England Rosary Procession
  • New England Rosary Procession March 2020
    Slideshow: New England Rosary Procession
  • New England Rosary Procession March 2020
    Slideshow: New England Rosary Procession
  • New England Rosary Procession March 2020
    Slideshow: New England Rosary Procession

The procession, which began and ended at Our Mother of Perpetual Help Chapel and worked its way around the New England campus, also remembered St. Gregory the Great’s Miraculous Procession to end the plague in 590 AD.

Meanwhile, on both campuses the College continues its Novena to St. Joseph for Safety from Novel Coronavirus. Please join us in prayer!