The 104th Fisherman’s Feast opened on Thursday night, August 14, 2014 in Boston’s North End on North, Fleet and Lewis Streets. The statue of La Madonna Del Soccorso di Sciacca left her permanent chapel for a solemn procession to Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park for the Annual Blessing of the Fishing Waters.
Joining the celebration this year was the Santa Rosalia society that is marking its 75th year. Mayor Marty Walsh was also on hand to open the Fisherman’s Feast with a proclamation. See the full schedule of events at FishermansFeast.com.
Jeff Tamagini of Tamagini Visuals shares his photos from opening night in the following gallery.
The Sunday Grand Procession brought the statue of Saint Anthony to every corner of the North End, accompanied by eight bands throughout the marathon day as devotees paid tribute to Saint Anthony Di Padua Da Montefalcione. The event was held on Sunday, August 25, 2013. There are over 100 photos in this second photo gallery Read More…
[responsive_youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqDgldwblIw] Before the big feasts start in August, enjoy this selection of video clips from the Saint Padre Pio and Saint Anthony religious processions held earlier this summer. Catch the latest Feast Schedule on NorthEndBoston.com Feast News on NorthEndWaterfront.com Feast Photos at MattConti.com
It was truly the “Feast of all Feasts” at the 93rd St. Anthony’s Feast in August 2012 as captured in this video. On Friday, the meticulously gold-adorned statue of Saint Anthony emerged to throngs of the faithful. The exposition and blessing by Fr. Antonio from Saint Leonard Church was followed by a short procession before Read More…
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