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Coloridas y Festivas Banderas

En preparación para la dedicación de nuestro primer centro diocesano durante la 40ª convención, la congregación Hispana de la Catedral de San Pablo, se reunió el Domingo después de la Misa y participó en la actividad de las banderas de oración.

Adultos, niños y adolescentes expresan sus oraciones, esperanzas y sueños en su propia manera através de la elaboración de coloridas y festivas banderas. Martha Curatolo, Andrews Zamora, Kathy Peniche, Gloria and Donna Borunda, Pamela, Mariana, Mayola and Mario Gutierrez.

 

English Version:

In preparation for the dedication of our first diocesan center during the 40th Annual Diocesan Convention, the Hispanic congregation of St. Paul’s Cathedral, gathered together Sunday, January 26, after the service and participated in making prayers flags.

Adults, children and teenagers expressed their prayers, hopes and dreams in their own unique way through the making of colorful, festive flags. Martha Curatolo, Andrews Zamora, Kathy Peniche, Gloria and Donna Borunda, Pamela, Mariana, Mayola and Mario Gutierrez.


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