Yesterday Bl. John's was honored to represent the Ordinariate with a small contingency driving up to Los Angeles. Along with the Norbertine Fathers, and our chapter of the Knights of Columbus, Orange County is beginning to participate in the annual Queen of Angels Procession!
Anglo-Catholics leading the procession is now a part of sacred tradition it seems, as last year many of us from Los Angeles were asked to lead it, as we were anticipating joining the Ordinariate. The Queen of Angels Procession was very well organized for the most part and it was good to see many new faces participating this year. Here is a video of the start of the procession, with Bl. John's immediately following the Police Bagpipes. Some photos are slowly coming in, and hopefully I'll have more to post beyond these:
(Some of my school students joining in)
(La Placita, the original Los Angeles church)
(The Image of Our Lady for the procession)
(The Norbertines in good form, many with birettas)
(Order of Malta and Knights of the Holy Sepulchre)
(Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee!)