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A View of Adoration on the Road

SOMERSET, OHIO — On June 24, the Seton Route of the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage needed to travel in its custom outfit support van from Wheeling, West Virginia, to Somerset, Ohio.


Along the way, as they have done thoughout their journey when they have needed to drive the Lord Jesus rather than walk with him in procession or travel with him in a boat, they drove with him exposed on a specially designed tabernacle-tabor fit, respectively, to reserve the Blessed Sacrament under lock and key or have him exposed for adoration. Almost always, the pilgrims opt for the latter.


As they travel, pilgrims adore him in the van, sometimes in silence, other times with vocal prayers like the Rosary, the Angelus, or the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, other times they pray the Liturgy of the Hours, do spiritual reading from the life and works of patroness St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, or sing hymns and praise and worship music.


Today, after the Rosary, they sang. This is a clip of what it looked and sounded like.






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