There is this topic that comes up every single year in our Church without any clear answer which is about doing a procession of the Oblations during the Feast of the Resurrection while chanting Epouro.
There is 2 schools of thought about it:
1) We should do a procession of the Oblations on the Feast of the Nativity, Theophany and Resurrection.
=> Argument that I heard: it's written in our liturgical rites so we have to do it.
2) We should only do a procession of the Oblations on the Feast of the Nativity and Theophany, not on the Feast of the Resurrection.
- Argument that I heard: Christ is already on the altar (as He was buried on Great Friday) so the procession doesn't make sense.
What's your opinion about this topic?
Understanding the meaning of this procession may help answering this question.