I've just posted over at Sensus Fidelium a number of photographs documenting Catholics for Marriage Equality MN's ongoing series of Lenten prayer vigils at the chancery office of the St. Paul-Minneapolis Archdiocese.
As you'll see, one participant describes these gatherings of vigilers as "the Living Word," the embodiment of Christ in our midst.
You can view my documentation of the Living Word outside the chancery by clicking here.
See also the previous Wild Reed posts:
A Catholic Statement of Support for Marriage Equality
A Catholic Rationale for Opposing the "Marriage Amendment"
Tips on Speaking as a Catholic in Support of Marriage Equality
Catholic Attitudes on Gay and Lesbian Issues: An Overview
A Head and Heart Response to the Catholic Hierarchy's Opposition to Marriage Equality