Parishioners and guests of the parish on Philadelphia’s Main Line gathered for Mass Sunday morning, Feb. 19, led by their pastor, Msgr. Hans Brouwers, who was the celebrant. This year the parish will begin the 100th anniversary celebration for the school. A gala will kick off the celebration on March 25 following the 5 p.m. vigil Mass with Msgr. John Jagodzinski as homilist. Religious sisters serving the school and alumni are invited to attend the Mass and dinner to follow. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
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Sarah Webb continues to show why she is the best at capturing the essence of worship in her photos while not intruding on the service. I worked with Sarah for eight years at the Cathedral, as a Sacristan, and now to have her come here to my/our new home, she is the best. Thank you Sarah!