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Sunday, April 15, 2012

After Mass...

Here is the Archbishop mingling with the faithful after Mass...


Here's the Archbishop with Frank Greenia...


Even the Altar servers got a chance for a picture with the Archbishop...


Thanks to everyone who helped make this day possible!  And thanks to the Archbishop for spending his afternoon at our little slice of heaven.

"Ite ad Jospeh!

Divine Mercy - Part 3

Blogger, papist and parishioner, Andrew Fanco, (a.k.a. the blog's official stunt double) took these fantastic pictures at today's Divine Mercy Mass with  Archbisiop Allen Vigneron.  Check them out!


The prayers of the faithful...




The Offertory prayers...




The Incensation of the Archbishop...




The Preface...




...Ecce Agnus Dei...




Holy Communion...




Father Darrell thanking the Archbishop and all present!




The procession out...




"Ite ad Joseph!"

Divine Mercy - Part 2

Blogger, papist and parishioner, Andrew Fanco, (a.k.a. the blog's official stunt double) took these fantastic pictures at today's Divine Mercy Mass with  Archbisiop Allen Vigneron.  Check them out!


The readings....






The Gospel procession...




"Doubting Thomas" was the Gospel reading...

the Archbishop's homily...The Good Sheppard window in the background...


The gifts...


"Ite ad Joseph!"

Divine Mercy - Part 1

Blogger, papist and parishioner, Andrew Fanco, (a.k.a. the blog's official stunt double) took these fantastic pictures at today's Divine Mercy Mass with  Archbisiop Allen Vigneron.  Check them out!

The church is packed!


The Archbishop is in the HOUSE (God's House that is)!


...Everyone received his blessing!


The Altar is incensed...


Mass begins; "Inominie Pater, et Fillii et Spiritus Sancti...."


"Ite ad Joseph!"

Preparations before Mass

Here are the goings on in the Sacristy before Mass.

The program...



The Archbishop; ready for battle!!!


Father Darrell and Father Fox, conversing with the Archbishop...



Ready to go!



"Ite ad Joseph!

Down from the Cross

To the left of the Marian Altar is a small inlet, our Parish has a beautiful statue of the Pieta. Check it out! 


"Ite ad Joseph!"

...Adore...

Before today's Divine Mercy celebration with the Archbishop, we had exposition and benediction....


"Ite ad Joseph!"