I, on the other hand, was privileged to take part in two : one on Thursday evening through the streets of Brighton, courtesy of Fr Ray Blake, and the other yesterday through the centre of Oxford - some splendid photos of which can be found on fr Lawrence Lew's flickr page. (And one, of course, above !)
I doubt if I was alone in being a little worried about the weather yesterday; the sky didn't look entirely friendly, but in fact there was nothing more than a token drop or two - until Our Blessed Lord was enthroned on the altar of the Chaplaincy, when the heavens opened . . . a fact which was all-too-obvious given noise of the rain on the rooflights in the chapel !
As F. Daniel said . . . 'we must have been doing something right' !
Corpus Christi processions seem - I'm glad to say - to be making something of a reappearance; do let us try and ensure that this trend continues, and let us promise ourselves that we will make a point of walking with Our Lord whenever He goes out into the streets of His world : it's a great privilege, and one that we must surely hope that we shall one day share in Heaven.