The photo is from the Mass on March 4 at Philadelphia's Cathedral of Ss. Peter and Paul at which the cathedral's new tabernacle, in the center of the sanctuary, was blessed.
The previous tabernacle placement was on a side altar.
Cardinal Justin Rigali, who hails from our Archdiocese, was "clearly moved" to have Jesus back in the sanctuary. In his first pastoral letter, in 2004, he urged exactly that, and he fosters Forty Hours, Adoration, Benediction and frequent Confession aimed at worthiness to receive.
The new tabernacle is on a small ledge upon a new Pietrasanta marble reredos that is a freestanding "screen" right behind the altar and that replicates the cathedral's 50-year-old altar remarkably well.
A freestanding reredos would be a great way to place the tabernacle centrally in many a theologically challenged wreckified or recently built church - and a certain cathedral we can think of.
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