Lord of Miracles | Procession will not make its tour this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic

The Archbishop of Lima, Monsignor Carlos Castillo, reported this Wednesday that the traditional procession of the holy image of the Lord of Miracles will not be held this year in order to prevent infections of the COVID-19.

Castillo reported that in his replacement a series of activities will be carried out virtually for the faithful of Cristo Moreno. “This year should have been the 333 procession of the Lord of Miracles, but we will not be able to carry the anda. Therefore, overcoming our difficulties, our sins, we will follow the virtual activities that have been programmed“he told the press.

For his part, José Soto Parra, general steward of the Hermandad del Lord of Miracles, indicated that masses and virtual processions of the Christ of Pachacamilla have been programmed, with images captured in previous years that will be transmitted through the channels of the Brotherhood and in the HN de las Nazarenas.

“We are going to have a series of conferences from September to October with the participation of all our brothers and sisters,” Soto stressed.

In addition, the mayor of Lima, Jorge Munoz, said that the purple month will be a different month, through virtual work to preserve the health of the faithful.

“We as authorities are going to support fundamentally in matters of order and security, because surely there will be people who will want to go to the Nazarenas to see the Lord of Miracles, and we are going to enforce social distancing to keep our siblings safe from potential contagion, “noted Muñoz.

He reported that, through the social networks of the Municipality of Lima, all the virtual activities that have been programmed to venerate the Lord of Miracles will be broadcast.

(With information from Andina)

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