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Unite Lansing Michigan
November 15, 2020 at 1:00 pm EST
You are invited to join our Motorcade procession
In order to comply with State and Local health department rules, the Eucharistic Procession will be followed by a MOTORCADE of the faithful. Please carpool if you can and arrive at Lansing Catholic High School parking lot as close to 1:00 as possible.
The motorcade will leave LCHS at 1:50 for The Church of the Resurrection. At 2:00 the Eucharistic Procession will leave Resurrection, with the motorcade following the procession to the state Capitol.
Drivers will be directed to designated parking locations. It will be a two block walk to the Capitol from the parking sites. Parking in front of the Capitol will be reserved for handicappers. We will gather on the Capitol lawn for Adoration and addresses by clergy and laity, followed by Benediction on the Capitol steps.
The event will end with inspirational speaker Paco Gavrilides.
You can download the program here.
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.
The UNITE MICHIGAN processions are a grassroots inspired movement that is spreading like wildfire across the nation. The processions offer an opportunity to come together in Christian solidarity to pray, adore and for public reparation. And in doing so, we hope to draw Christ closer to our hearts, allowing His power to break down any and all diabolical stronghold that holds us captive and separates us from His Sacred Heart. For, sin has created deep wounds and divisions within the heart of our nation, communities, and even our souls. Only the love Christ can truly heal these divisions and free our cities, liberate our institutions and bring peace to our troubled souls. We need only to turn and follow Him.
Thank you to our sponsors:
Men of Christ, Wisconsin
Catholic Men United