In the parade are the French military and militaries from former French colonies, law enforcement and their K-9, athletes, civic authorities, and the bishop. No subtitles, but it’s easy to follow as English derives about 29% of its vocabulary from French, and the visuals help. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XgqoalG1W4
There is an annual parade on January 6 in New Orleans.
Tradition lives in France as it does here in the USA. The USA has the largest Latin Mass attendance at 642 venues; France is second with 202 venues; and all of them consist of mostly parents with many children. https://www.latinmassdir.org/
Catholic moms love their babies. I'm happier around the age group, 12-29.