Members and guests of St. Frances Cabrini Parish in Fairless Hills, Bucks County, gathered for Mass on Sunday morning, March 8. Their pastor, Msgr. Michael McCormac, was the main celebrant and homilist for the Mass. He also blessed a man in the parish’s RCIA program (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) preparing to enter the Catholic Church through baptism, penance and Eucharist at the Easter Vigil April 4. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
Altar servers Savannah Fuhrmann and Matthew Stumpo lead the entrance procession into the church at the start of Mass.
The Richeal family includes (from left) Rick, Karen, Alex and Amanda.
Brothers Mike and Stephen Iannacone pray the World Meeting of Families prayer together with the congregation before Mass.
Lector Paula Kidd carries the Book of Gospels in the entrance procession ahead of Msgr. Michael McCormac, the pastor.
Parishioner Alison Angove.
Regina Leidy, left, directs the parish choir.
Lector Cheyenne Fuhrmann proclaims a reading of sacred Scripture.
Angelo Ianzetta reads along with the readings in his missalette.
Mavis Charles (left) participates in the Mass with her grandsons Keegan and Keyn James, and their mother Samantha James.
Msgr. McCormac blesses catechumen Ray Bowman, who is preparing to be baptized into the Catholic Church at Easter, as his sponsor Stephen Jolley observes.
Msgr. McCormac gives Communion to the extraordinary ministers of holy Communion, lectors and servers.
Matthew Creevey offers holy Communion to a fellow parishioner.
Organist Jean Madden leads the musical accompaniment for the liturgy.