The first picture shows lots of kids dressed as shepherds, angels, Kings, etc., who came up around the altar during the homily. The pastor was interrupted by a call on his cell phone from the Angel Gabriel (he does this every year at the Children’s Christmas mass; there were also kids in the choir loft as you can see in the other picture). This is a very attractive church with a great stained-glass window, organ, and crucifix, and it has a rectory, convent, elementary school, and cemetery on the same property. The best thing about it is the pastor, who is both a great priest and an excellent executive. He runs everything very smoothly and the parish has lots of good programs and ministries.
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