Mysterious Light Beams on Divine Mercy Eucharistic Street Procession in Viral Photo
This is beautiful!
The Church celebrates Divine Mercy Sunday on the second Sunday of Easter. Catholics honor this feast in many ways, with services, Masses, or Eucharistic processions.
One Catholic Church held a Eucharistic street procession and the photo went viral on Facebook.
The photo shows a priest standing in the back of a truck holding up the Eucharist in a monstrance. He processes on the street as light beams perfectly from the sky, right onto the monstrance. It’s incredible!
Here’s the photo below:
The procession’s location is unknown. However, the original April 18 post reads, “Last Sunday the parish priest brought the Lord of Mercy closer, and He showed us His love.”
ChurchPOP reported in a previous article the meaning of the red and white rays on the Divine Mercy image.
“The two rays denote Blood and Water,” Jesus told St. Faustina. “The pale ray stands for the Water which makes souls righteous. The red ray stands for the Blood which is the life of souls.”
What are your thoughts about the procession photo?