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Coronavirus: They begin to suspend the processions of the Virgen del Carmen in Malaga

Coronavirus: They begin to suspend the processions of the Virgen del Carmen in Malaga

Coronavirus: They begin to suspend the processions of the Virgen del Carmen in Malaga

The state of alarm in which the country is currently due to the Covid-19 pandemic continues to cause the suspension of brother events in ...
Comments Saturday, May 16, 2020
Coronavirus: They begin to suspend the processions of the Virgen del Carmen in Malaga

The state of alarm in which the country is currently due to the Covid-19 pandemic continues to cause the suspension of brother events in Malaga. In this case, it directly affects the festivity in honor of the Virgen del Carmen. After the cancellation of the popular festivals of the district this July, several corporations have announced the suspension of their processions in light of this situation.

The brotherhood of Nuestra Señora del Carmen de Pedregalejo was the first to announce the suspension of the processional departure on July 16. "The decision, painful but at the same time responsible, is made in order to watch over and care for our brothers and devotees of Our Lady, avoiding the risks of contagion of the disease," the statement said.

The Carmelite corporation clarifies that as the disease evolves and the consequent state of alarm, it will report on the acts that will finally be carried out to commemorate the festivity of the Virgen del Carmen.

The next brotherhood to follow in the footsteps of Carmen de Pedregalejo was that of El Palo. It is one of the Carmelite Marian images that enjoys the greatest devotion in the city. In this way, the corporation will not carry out the maritime-terrestrial procession this year and will report on the services that will take place as soon as they are made by the government board.

"These are moments of fighting the virus but also of solidarity, collaboration and helping all who need it," announces the official statement. In addition, the brotherhood has wanted to show its sincere condolences to all the families in the neighborhood who have been affected by the coronavirus.

For its part, the Carmen de Olías brotherhood also agreed this week to cancel the processional exit. "We hope that all this happens soon and we can all return to normality, to be able to see Our Lady of Carmen next year 2021 in her processional exit," the note ends.

Also, Carmen del Litoral joins this trend and announced the suspension of the events scheduled for May, June and July, including the procession of the Carmelite Virgin. "We offer a prayer for all the deceased of the pandemic, their families, the sick and all those who work to eradicate the disease," says the corporation.

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