The Catholic tradition of Eucharistic processions is a way to publicly proclaim our faith in Christ truly present in the Blessed Sacrament.
The Eucharistic Procession for Vocations is a bilingual booklet that leads participants through four altars, or stations, based on the themes: Called by Christ, Formed in Christ, Sent by Christ, and Remain in Christ.
Each station includes a vocation-themed scripture reading and a prayer taken from an appropriate Mass collect. After the procession returns to the church, a powerful litany for vocations is prayed.
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God In The Streets of
View a four-minute video about a powerful Eucharistic Procession in New York City.
“It would be good… to organize an Invisible Monastery in which many persons, day and night, are committed to continuous prayer for priestly vocations.”
~From the From the Holy See’s Pastoral Guidelines for Fostering Vocations to Priestly Ministry