An Easter Sermon on The Common

Every Sunday, Leonard J. Feeney leads "The Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary," down to the Boston Common and delivers a sermon based on the premise that there is no salvation outside of the Catholic Church. Last week, a large and for the most part curious crowd gathered in the warm air to hear the excommunicated Priest's sermon for Easter.

The black-suited group lined up on Arlington street behind a wooden Crucifix and a large painting of the Virgin Mary and at 3:30 began their silent march across the Common.