Like if you do not have any law degree, you cannot talk about your rights under the law.
Makes you wonder why some individuals would rather defend their procession of an image of Christ the King instead of a procession with the Blessed Sacrament.
(You have this inkling that they are the ones behind this, eh? Or your typical anti-TPC readers. Maybe Nuknuk got touche here. HA HA)
Let's turn the tables.
Show me an example that processing with an image of Christ the King is done as part of Church Tradition?
Put it this way.
You don't do the Sinulog with the Blessed Sacrament.
I would be against it.
It was always done with the Sto. Niño image so do it like how our forefathers did it.
Why have a Christ the King procession without the Blessed Sacrament?
An image cannot replace Christ Himself.
And since they ask for Church LAW:
104. Eucharistic processions should be arranged in accordance with local customs in regard to the decoration of the streets and the order followed by the participants. In the course of the procession there may be stations where the eucharistic blessing is given, if there is such a custom and some pastoral advantage recommends it. Songs and prayers should be planned with the purpose of expressing the faith of the participants and the centering of their attention on the Lord alone.
Show me a photograph to prove that Christ the King processions with an image instead of the Blessed Sacrament is THE tradition and NOT an innovation.
This photo is from this source.