Eucharistic Procession in Toronto to Counter GayDay – Not Happening

Good afternoon,
 A number of emails have been circulating in the last 24 hours regarding a Eucharistic Procession organized, endorsed and led by Cardinal Collins in the downtown Toronto area on Sunday, June 15, finishing at St. Michael’s Cathedral. His Eminence has been misrepresented and the information is incorrect. The event will not be taking place. Please correct any misinformation that is circulating or refer individuals to our office. Catholics are encouraged to participate in parish-based authorized Eucharistic processions.
Do not hesitate to contact the Office of Public Relations & Communications should you have any questions.
Thanks as always for your assistance.
Neil  
Neil MacCarthy
Director, Public Relations & Communications
Archdiocese of Toronto

4 thoughts on “Eucharistic Procession in Toronto to Counter GayDay – Not Happening

  1. This idea is inspired. We are not fighting against flesh and blood, but against the principalities and powers etc. What better way to counteract the filth and abomination of Gay Pride than to have a Eucharistic procession.

  2. Latest word is that this event has been cancelled, or not approved by the Cardinal, according to Neil McCarthy, director of communications for the archdiocese. Might as well be Anglican, at least they have decent liturgical music.

  3. A phone call to the Archdiocesan Communications Office (416-934-0606) this morning confirmed that this e-mail is misinformation and the advertised June 15th Eucharistic Procession from St Basil’s to St Michael’s Cathedral will not be taking place. A pity!

  4. A phone call to the Archdiocesan Communications Office today confirmed that the e-mail is misinformation, and the advertised Eucharistic Procession from St Basil’s to St. Michael’s Cathedral will not take place June 15. What a pity!

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