We’re calling Catholics to come together in solidarity to pray and worship as one people under God
We will gather on the grass behind the Church after the Parish Mass. The Eucharistic Procession and Rosary will start at the corner of Berkeley & Harrison. The route is about 1.5 miles with Memorial Park as a rest stop with public restrooms. We will process East on Harrison, North on Indian Hill, West on Foothill Blvd. and south on Berkeley, to arrive back at the starting point.
We will pray the Rosary, asking Our Blessed Mother to intercede for our country. We request that you do not wear clothing with political or campaign statements but to wear a white top—to celebrate the Feast of Christ the King.
Parking is available on all public streets for no fee. The Church parking lot is reserved for the parish only; please do not park in the Church lot.
Our procession looks to provide a rallying point for Catholics all across the country, calling Catholics to come together in solidarity to pray and worship as one people under God. We come to adore Our Eucharistic Lord and to take Him out into the streets. And in doing so, we look to set in motion spiritual reparations for our families, our country and our world. For more information email us at TeamPrayClaremont@gmail.com or visit our Facebook page “Team Pray Claremont ” and ask to join.
Please follow all local COVID-19 advisories, including wearing face masks if social distancing is not possible.
This event is non-political. Please do not bring political signs. We also request that you do not wear clothing with political or campaign statements.