San Diego U-T covers Good Friday procession

The pro-life Stations of the Cross procession went through downtown San Diego

Altar boys lead the Pro-Life Stations of the Cross procession pass St. Joseph Cathedral with Father Gismondi, second from right, Bishop Robert McElroy, far right. (Hayne Palmour IV / San Diego Union-Tribune)

People cross Broadway as they and around 300 more participate in the Pro-Life Stations of the Cross procession. (Hayne Palmour IV / San Diego Union-Tribune)

Bishop Robert McElroy, center, talks to people while outside of St. Joseph Cathedral. (Hayne Palmour IV / San Diego Union-Tribune)

While in front of the federal building, Father Gismondi uses a walkie-talkie to broadcast a prayer to the crowd with alter boys John Lopez, left, and Hieu Phan next to him. (Hayne Palmour IV / San Diego Union-Tribune)

Roger Lopez hands out crosses to people while outside St. Joseph Cathedral. (Hayne Palmour IV / San Diego Union-Tribune)

Around 300 people participating in the Pro-Life Stations of the Cross procession stand in front of the federal building. (Hayne Palmour IV / San Diego Union-Tribune)

Full story at San Diego Union-Tribune.

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  1. And the text of the article is . . . ??
    Does Father Gismondi have a first name?? All other identified persons include first names.
    Those of us who live in the San Diego area know what the San Diego UT is. Others, especially those outside California, probably do not.

  2. Fr. Carl Gismondi, FSSP. It is very good to see our diocesan bishop with Fr. Gismondi and fellow Catholics at this procession for the passion of Jesus.

  3. Tony de New York says:

    GOD bless them!

  4. Keep praying for Bishop McElroy!!!

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