Los Angeles, CA (CNA)—Hundreds of Catholics processed through Hollywood’s Walk of Fame in a special Eucharistic procession for the poor. The event was organized by the Beloved Movement, a forum that promotes discipleship and spiritual community.
An estimated 700 people attended the Hollywood Beloved Procession after Mass at Blessed Sacrament Church on November 17. As part of the event, volunteers on the walk sat and listened to some of the city’s homeless population on the boulevard.
Seminarians from St. John’s Seminary and Queen of the Angels led the procession. It was also attended by members of several religious orders, including the Friars and Sisters of the Poor Jesus and Daughters of St. Paul. The procession concluded in the church parking lot with adoration, praise and worship, and silent prayer.