On most of the groups it received likes and positive comments. However, on one, it was denounced because the people in the procession were 'modernists'. I seriously doubt that the people who denounced it really know what 'modernism' is. I assume they think that anything after Vatican Two is, ipso facto, 'modernist'. I, on the other hand, have actually read Lamentabili sane exitu and Pascendi dominici gregis, the two Encyclicals of St Pius X condemning modernism, and I've sworn the Oath Against Modernism.
Why must people make the perfect the enemy of the good? Should we not rejoice that 2,500 people braved a cold, blustery day to march in procession to honour the Eucharistic Presence of Christ our King? One of the greatest problems of any movement to restore orthodoxy to the Church is this attitude that if you don't meet my standards of orthodoxy, you're a modernist, or a liberal, or a heretic.
As more and more 'conservative Catholics' are seeking Tradition in an attempt to flee from the filth and corruption in many Dioceses, I can think of no better way to discourage and dissuade them than this attitude!