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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Loss of territories - productive land,industries and raw resources This religious event is recognised to be the one time when our Lord can be publically appreciated not just to faithful Catholics. The full name of this prestigious event is 'Corpus et Sanguis Christi' which can be directly translated into 'the body and blood of Christ'. Established in 1246 (1246) The Feast of Corpus Christi The Feast of Corpus Christi is ultimately a significant religious event which commemorates our lord through communion and carefully planned out for the momentous, celebratory occasion. Throughout the procession several symbolic actions and objects are used throughout the blessed sacrament.1- There are 4 alters which represent the 4 corners of the Earth. These are also the key elements and stages of the procession. 2- As it is a religious mass, normal proceedings include hymns, readings prayers and benediction.3- and finally the body and blood of Christ ( Eucharist ) is included and recognised at the key part of the procession. The Feast of Corpus Christi is a significant religious feast commemorating the institution of the Eucharist, which is observed on the Thursday after Trinity Sunday. As this event holds significant religious importance, it is essential that it is planned out thoroughly and has all of the symbolic items that make it such a momentous service. Items of sentiment include: White vestments, candles burning on the altar, priests host and extra flowers may be added to enhance the festive occasion. los objetos de investigación preferentes son los que apuntan al tema de las Industrias Culturales" The Feast of Corpus Christi was established by Bishop Robert de Thorte of Liege at the suggestion of St. Juliana of Mont Carvillion. These two people were the key leaders to the establishment of this occasion. tap and hold to changethis text! tap and hold to changethis text! tap and hold to changethis text! tap and hold to change this header text! Bishop Robert deThorte of Liege Saint Juliana looked upon the Holy Eucharist with great reverence and considered it to be a significant church event, It was with this passion that she desired to have a feast within the Church devoted specifically to its honor.Without St Juliana and Bishop Robert, this significant, commemorative, reverent feast wouldn't have been established and held at a significant religious importance.
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