The inaugural “AbbeyFest Concert Series: A Night of Stories and Songs” presented three contemporary Catholic Christian music artists – Philadelphia’s own Teresa Peterson, Luke Spehar from Minneapolis and Dana Catherine from Raleigh – on successive nights at three different parishes last week.
The series kicked off on Thursday, March 30 at St. Norbert Church in Paoli followed by Friday, March 31 at Nativity of Our Lord Church in Warminster and concluded on Saturday, April 1 at the Cathedral Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul. Our photo gallery below depicts the event at Nativity of Our Lord. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
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