Archbishop Charles Chaput celebrated the baccalaureate Mass for Little Flower High School June 8 at Maternity B.V.M. Church in Northeast Philadelphia. The Mass preceded commencement exercises for the archdiocesan girls high school set for Friday, June 9 at Holy Family University. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
Little Flower seniors sing their alma mater for one last time as students after their baccalaureate Mass on Thursday, June 8.
Hannah Walens leads the procession for the ladies of Little Flower during their baccalaureate Mass.
Victoria Fresta carries the Little Flower flag.
The student body officers of Little Flower process into Maternity B.V.M. Church for their baccalaureate Mass.
Archbishop Charles Chaput was the celebrant for the Little Flower baccalaureate Mass.
Emily Pineda (left) sings along with fellow Little Flower classmates at their baccalaureate Mass on Thursday, June 8.
After the procession from church at the conclusion of Mass, the ladies of Little Flower join hands to sing their alma mater.
Rachel Duffy (center)
Colleen McLaverty (right) listens as Archbishop Charles Chaput preaches the homily during Little Flower High School’s baccalaureate Mass at Maternity B.V.M. Church on Thursday, June 8.
Emily McGovern brings up the wine during the offertory procession at Little Flower High School’s baccalaureate Mass Thursday, June 8 at Maternity B.V.M. Church.
Father Thomas Higgins (left), Archbishop Charles Chaput and Father Joseph McCaffrey (school chaplain) celebrate the baccalaureate Mass for Little Flower High School on Thursday, June 8.
Alexandria Iannacone receives holy Communion from Archbishop Charles Chaput.
Katlin Rooney (center)
Gerri Passalacqua applauds at the end of the baccalaureate Mass for Little Flower High School.
Brianna McKenna carries a diploma to be blessed at Little Flower’s baccalaureate Mass.
Archbishop Charles Chaput congratulates Gabby Volpe and Rebecca Joseph as they leave the baccalaureate Mass.
The teachers and administrators clap as the ladies of Little Flower recess out from their baccalaureate Mass.
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