Sunday, April 15, 2007

Divine Mercy Sunday at Grotto

I could not take photos during the Orchestra Mass because I was in the choir. However, I did get a few photos off near the end of Exposition, and during Benediction. I also took some still shots after the church cleared. Click on them to enlarge.

Deacon Jim Wilder hands off the Monstrance to Grotto's Pastor, Fr. Eduard Perrone for Benediction

The look of serenity on Father's face during Benediction says it all.

Grotto's Divine Mercy Display

1 comment:

Peter Simpson said...

I am most impressed by the ministry of your altar boys at the Assumption Grotto (and may well send a comment once your mini-series is finished), but I also note how superb the floral displays have been in the sanctuary during the great Easter Octave.

From the various photos posted, it appears that you are very gifted at changing the 'feel' of your worship space during the different liturgical seasons.

Please pass on my congratulations to those concerned with the flowers, and tell them they are welcome to help out at the Chapel of the Resurrection in London, UK!