The municipality of Mazarrón held a year the feast of Corpus Christi and, as usual, it was with great devotion by the participation of its citizens.
The parish of San Antonio and San Andres de Mazarrón hosted the celebration of Holy Mass was celebrated by parish priest Julio Romero.
After the trade, which was attended by dozens of people began the procession with the Host through the streets of the capital.
The procession opened it the band of bugles and drums "Mazarrón Association" which set the pace of the parade.
To these we were more than fifty children this year have taken their first communion and were able to show off their suits and dresses again.
Behind them marched the banners of the guilds of Mazarrón Easter flanking the Custody holding the body of Christ and marched under a canopy.
Closed the procession a representation of the municipal corporation headed by the mayor of Mazarrón, Ginés Campillo.
Beside his companions City Councilman Levy, Youth and Sports, Andrew James, the council of Urban Public Services Management, Juan Miguel Muñoz and the Councillor of Agriculture and districts, Magdalena Campillo.
They also joined a large number of faithful who devoutly participate in the parade.
Puerto de Mazarrón also participated in this festival.
At seven in the evening celebrated a solemn Mass in the parish of San Jose which was also attended by dozens of neighbors.
After the celebration, began the procession which was headed by the band of drums and bugles of that parish.
Then the boys and girls first communion dresses preceded the throne where he paraded the Sacred and was adorned with red and white flowers for the festive occasion.
In the wake paraded the parish priest, Justo José Sánchez, and several representatives of the new government team.
These were the first deputy mayor, Francisco Garcia, the council of Celebration, Trade and Consumer Affairs, Coy Isidro, the Councillor for Tourism, Education and Culture, Maria Soria sky, and the councilman of Public Safety and Civil Protection, Miguel García.
The streets of both towns are adorned with altars adorned with flowers where the custody to their stops in between chants of devotees.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón