Parishioners and guests gathered for the vigil Mass at St. John Bosco Church in Hatboro on Saturday, May 9. The parish pastor, Father Gary J. Kramer, was the celebrant and homilist. The Church is located at 235 East County Line Road, Hatboro, Bucks County. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
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We are so fortunate to have a pastor who preaches the basics of our religion as we were taught in my youth. God bless Father Kramer. May he remain with us for many more years.
Father Kramer is a great priest. He is an inspiring preacher. God bless him and all the good people of St. John Bosco.