This afternoon, the students, faculty, and staff of OLSH participated in the annual Eucharistic Procession. This OLSH tradition is celebrated each Fall as an opening to the school year and a reminder of the Felician Sisters’ dedication to the Eucharist. Throughout the morning art and theology students decorated the sidewalks with chalk drawings of religious symbols. Fr. Bill Dorner, OLSH’s new chaplain, led the event which begins with prayer and exposition of the Blessed Sacrament in the OLSH Chapel. Local Knights of Columbus help to lead the procession out of the Chapel and OLSH student leaders have the honor of serving as flag bearers. The Procession winds through campus while the bells toll, then pauses at the statue of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart for Benediction and a blessing of the four corners. Throughout the celebration, Fr. Bill reminded the students of the importance of the real presence of Jesus in their midst.