How to make a processional litter as traditional Catholic life sees resurgence

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The two wooden outlines of the bottoms of the statues of Mary and Juan Diego are meant, of course, to keep the statues from sliding off the litter while it’s being carried by four men (of the same size!). When the statues are in place, I would recommend sliding a couple of pins through the wood and into the bases of the statues, just in case there’s an emergency.

And a close up of the brackets which hold the pipes as supports for the array of flowers that arc over our Lady:

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2 responses to “How to make a processional litter as traditional Catholic life sees resurgence

  1. Aussie Mum

    Pornchai Max could make a processional litter like that. I wonder if the Catholic prisoners in Concord New Hampshire might be allowed to process with statue and hymns, perhaps during one of their retreats?

  2. Chad

    I was wondering about that yesterday.

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