Parishioners and visitors came to the Cathedral Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul on Sunday, March 25 for the Mass for Passion (Palm) Sunday, which began with an outdoor procession with palm branches and a Gospel reading before moving into the Cathedral and a Gospel narrative of the passion and crucifixion of Jesus. The Mass, celebrated by the Cathedral’s rector, Father Dennis Gill, marked the beginning of Holy Week, the most solemn time of the liturgical year. Read a reflection on Holy Week by Archbishop Charles Chaput here. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
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