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New Year's midnight Mass

Celebrated at Notre Dame d' Haiti Mission

Saturday, January 01, 2011
Florida Catholic staff - Florida Catholic

SR. ELIZABETH WORLEY| COURTESY PHOTO
Archbishop Thomas Wenski celebrated a traditional midnight Mass to bring in the New Year at Notre Dame d’ Haiti Mission in Little Haiti; several archdiocesan priests and members of the community filled the church.


SR. ELIZABETH WORLEY| COURTESTY PHOTO
Archbishop Thomas Wenski preaches the homily during the midnight Mass at Notre Dame d’ Haiti Mission celebrating the New Year.


SR. ELIZABETH WORLEY| COURTESTY PHOTO
Notre Dame d’ Haiti Mission was filled for midnight Mass on New Year’s eve; the Mass itself was offered for peace and healing in the world and in particular for the people of Haiti.


SR. ELIZABETH WORLEY| COURTESTY PHOTO
At midnight, the bells of the church rang to symbolize the New Year during Mass celebrated by Archbishop Thomas Wenski.

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