Viral Video Shows “Campus Marxists” Run From Traditional Eucharistic Procession

Architectural Revival, Facebook

Talk about showing a stark contrast!

The Facebook page “Architectural Revival”  shared a short video that’s been going viral in Catholic circles.

With the description “TradCats > Campus Marxists,” it shows two young women wearing shirts that read, “Left Action” walking down a path when they suddenly meet a traditional Catholic Eucharistic procession. “Whoa!” they exclaim and get out of the way as the sound in the video changes to a traditional Catholic song and the procession slowly moves past them and a group of surprised onlookers (you can view it below).

This Twitter user claims he was a participant in the Eucharistic procession and says it took place at the University of Sydney in Australia.

Christopher Wilks, another participant in the procession, said the Sydney University Catholic Society at the University of Sydney hosted the event.

As of July 2019, the Facebook video generated more than 1 million views and 15,000 shares. The Twitter video also has more than 61,000 views, 1,100 retweets,  2,500 likes.

The About section for the “Architectural Revival” page that posted the video doesn’t have much information, but it does say “This page is opposed to modernism (in all its forms).”

Here’s the video:

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