Worshippers wave incense cannisters on cathedral steps, religious ritual interior cathedral (good), candles burning in darkness, ritual in darkness (poor lighting. Shining white cathedral in sunset light (good), women on road with items on head, village with no pedestrian traffic, pan up to cathedral, men taking down market and leaving, cathedral facade at sunset, pan down cathedral facade, worshippers on steps with incense burners in sunset light (good), religious ritual, cathedral in bright sunset light, time lapse as sun sets
Corpus Christi is a Christian observance that honors the Holy Eucharist. It is also known as the Feast of the Most Holy Body of Christ, as well as the Day of Wreaths. Bread and wine are usually offered during Communion, or Eucharist, on Corpus Christi.
A romería (Spanish) or romaria (Portuguese) is a type of yearly, short distance Roman Catholic religious pilgrimage practiced in the Iberian Peninsula and countries formerly colonized by Spain and Portugal. The term comes from romero/romeiro, meaning a person travelling to Rome. The travelling can be done in cars, floats, on horseback or on foot, and its destination is a sanctuary or hermitage consecrated to a religious figure honored in that day's feast. Besides attending religious services and processions, the pilgrims may also engage in social events like singing, feasting and dancing.
Monastery at Czestochowa (Caenstokhov/Czenstochau)(Jasna Gora Pilgrims). Exterior (various), tilt up of church tower. Black Madonna painting. Parade of people. Cardinal Wycienski walks through the crowd. Crowds gather, monastery in background. Wycienski addressing crowd (various). 1982