Liturgical Ambiance

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Just because Andrew asked, here is how our church looked during the last two weeks:

The last two weeks of Lent

Palm Sunday of the Lord's Passion


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AWESOME! Thanks for posting up the pictures! :)

Wow! You must've had a hard time putting the purple cloth over the Risen Christ Crucifix. In my parish, we had HUGE problems covering "Mary Help of Christians" statue... but it was well worth it! When the Gloria was played during Easter Vigil, people were at awe when the purple cloth was take off! :)

Is this, like, one of those "Find 6 things that are different" puzzles....I'm speaking of the banners. Are they two-sided? I didn't realize that....

I'm curious about the ropes fencing off the front part of the church in 2 of the photos...

Father Jeff, do you keep the church open but ask the people not to visit the statues during the day? or ???

Since the desecration that took place in December, we have asked people to remain out of the sanctuary. The Church is open from 6:00am to 9:00pm every day.

  one of Fr. Keyes' photos

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