Happy Easter

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Fr. Joseph presiding at the 8:30am Mass this morning.

Notice the new crucifix to the left of the picture near the pulpit. It was introduced during our parish mission and used for the veneration on Good Friday. The Center of the Easter decorations is a six foot Easter candle next to the font in the center. It is the first real wax Easter candle used here in years. As always we had very large crowds today. Unlike last year when I prepared lamb for 150, this year I am preparing a small dinner for 7. It is the traditional roasted Lamb that has been marinating in about 300 cloves of crushed garlic since thursday. It will be served with Farfalle with a white wine garlic sauce with fresh garden herbs, some steamed vegatables, and plenty of bread and wine.

Happy Easter to all
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I'm jealous. I had Easter Dinner in the Dining Hall.

But thank you for all the lunch & conversation during your very busy week.


He is risen!

Wishing you a blessed Eastertide, Fr. Keyes.

I'm thinking Easter was so early, this must be about the anniversary of the wonderful mission you and Geri Downs gave in Whiting.

It is an experience that has stayed with me, and I believe with many other people in the parish as well, judging from their faces duirng the Veneration of the Cross on Friday, when we used the mission cross.

Very nice church. Just wondering, during Holy week, did you use purple cloth to cover the statues?

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