Video: Christ the King Procession in El Paso

Immaculate Conception Church in downtown El Paso Texas is the Pro-Cathedral of El Paso, meaning that it was the first Cathedral of the diocese until St. Patrick’s Cathedral was finished. Build in 1893, the FSSP has had charge over this historic church since 2014 at the invitation of Bishop Mark Seitz.

This year the parish community has hosted a number of events in honor of the 130th anniversary of the Church, including a Eucharistic Procession on the Feast of Christ the King.

Over 400 people attended Solemn Mass and the procession through the streets of the city, which included Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament in San Jacinto Plaza, the central plaza of downtown El Paso. Over a mile long the procession was attended by faithful from around the city who came together to honor Christ our King and witness to their fidelity to his kingdom.

A faithful parishioner made a beautiful video to honor the occasion that we want to share with you. Never forget that, in the midst of worry and discouragement, there are still many faithful hearts who strive to offer beautiful tributes of worship to our God and to witness to His love.

Que viva Cristo Rey! Que viva la Virgen de Guadalupe!

Immaculate Conception FSSP Feast of Christ the King Procession, Downtown El Paso, TX from Paul Sandoval on Vimeo.

November 27, 2023