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23
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November
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1988
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Lisa Gordon Receives First Holy Communion at Holy Trinity Chapel on Campus of Eastern Michigan University, April 1974

Lisa Gordon Receives First Holy Communion at Holy Trinity Chapel on Campus of Eastern Michigan University, April 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 14, 1974
Caption
First Communion Easter and First Holy Communion are linked with a common bond of resurrection, renewal and faith. As the solemn climax to Holy Week, Easter has loomed through the centuries as the principal feast of the church year, the base upon which Christianity is built. It marks the emergence from the somber penitential Lenten season, into the warmth and sunshine of the resurrected Christ. When the First Communion is received, it is Easter Sunday morning for the child, the stone barring him from his fulfillment of faith having been rolled back to reveal the man clothed in a white garment saying: "He is risen!" Just prior to Easter, 11 children made their First Communion at Holy Trinity Chapel on the Eastern Michigan University campus. In the photo above, Ricky Beaupied cups the consecrated bread in his hands. At left, Lisa Gordon approaches the altar, then holds out her hands to receive. At right, Danny Lyon drinks from the cup. Bottom right, Bethany Lazar and Becky Romaker anticipate the moment of their visitation.

Lisa Gordon Receives First Holy Communion at Holy Trinity Chapel on Campus of Eastern Michigan University, April 1974

Lisa Gordon Receives First Holy Communion at Holy Trinity Chapel on Campus of Eastern Michigan University, April 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 14, 1974
Caption
First Communion Easter and First Holy Communion are linked with a common bond of resurrection, renewal and faith. As the solemn climax to Holy Week, Easter has loomed through the centuries as the principal feast of the church year, the base upon which Christianity is built. It marks the emergence from the somber penitential Lenten season, into the warmth and sunshine of the resurrected Christ. When the First Communion is received, it is Easter Sunday morning for the child, the stone barring him from his fulfillment of faith having been rolled back to reveal the man clothed in a white garment saying: "He is risen!" Just prior to Easter, 11 children made their First Communion at Holy Trinity Chapel on the Eastern Michigan University campus. In the photo above, Ricky Beaupied cups the consecrated bread in his hands. At left, Lisa Gordon approaches the altar, then holds out her hands to receive. At right, Danny Lyon drinks from the cup. Bottom right, Bethany Lazar and Becky Romaker anticipate the moment of their visitation.

Ricky Beaupied Receives First Holy Communion at Holy Trinity Chapel on Campus of Eastern Michigan University, April 1974

Ricky Beaupied Receives First Holy Communion at Holy Trinity Chapel on Campus of Eastern Michigan University, April 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 14, 1974
Caption
First Communion Easter and First Holy Communion are linked with a common bond of resurrection, renewal and faith. As the solemn climax to Holy Week, Easter has loomed through the centuries as the principal feast of the church year, the base upon which Christianity is built. It marks the emergence from the somber penitential Lenten season, into the warmth and sunshine of the resurrected Christ. When the First Communion is received, it is Easter Sunday morning for the child, the stone barring him from his fulfillment of faith having been rolled back to reveal the man clothed in a white garment saying: "He is risen!" Just prior to Easter, 11 children made their First Communion at Holy Trinity Chapel on the Eastern Michigan University campus. In the photo above, Ricky Beaupied cups the consecrated bread in his hands. At left, Lisa Gordon approaches the altar, then holds out her hands to receive. At right, Danny Lyon drinks from the cup. Bottom right, Bethany Lazar and Becky Romaker anticipate the moment of their visitation.

Danny Lyon Receives First Holy Communion at Holy Trinity Chapel on Campus of Eastern Michigan University, April 1974

Danny Lyon Receives First Holy Communion at Holy Trinity Chapel on Campus of Eastern Michigan University, April 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 14, 1974
Caption
First Communion Easter and First Holy Communion are linked with a common bond of resurrection, renewal and faith. As the solemn climax to Holy Week, Easter has loomed through the centuries as the principal feast of the church year, the base upon which Christianity is built. It marks the emergence from the somber penitential Lenten season, into the warmth and sunshine of the resurrected Christ. When the First Communion is received, it is Easter Sunday morning for the child, the stone barring him from his fulfillment of faith having been rolled back to reveal the man clothed in a white garment saying: "He is risen!" Just prior to Easter, 11 children made their First Communion at Holy Trinity Chapel on the Eastern Michigan University campus. In the photo above, Ricky Beaupied cups the consecrated bread in his hands. At left, Lisa Gordon approaches the altar, then holds out her hands to receive. At right, Danny Lyon drinks from the cup. Bottom right, Bethany Lazar and Becky Romaker anticipate the moment of their visitation.

Bethany Lazar and Becky Romaker Receive First Holy Communion at Holy Trinity Chapel on Campus of Eastern Michigan University, April 1974

Bethany Lazar and Becky Romaker Receive First Holy Communion at Holy Trinity Chapel on Campus of Eastern Michigan University, April 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 14, 1974
Caption
First Communion Easter and First Holy Communion are linked with a common bond of resurrection, renewal and faith. As the solemn climax to Holy Week, Easter has loomed through the centuries as the principal feast of the church year, the base upon which Christianity is built. It marks the emergence from the somber penitential Lenten season, into the warmth and sunshine of the resurrected Christ. When the First Communion is received, it is Easter Sunday morning for the child, the stone barring him from his fulfillment of faith having been rolled back to reveal the man clothed in a white garment saying: "He is risen!" Just prior to Easter, 11 children made their First Communion at Holy Trinity Chapel on the Eastern Michigan University campus. In the photo above, Ricky Beaupied cups the consecrated bread in his hands. At left, Lisa Gordon approaches the altar, then holds out her hands to receive. At right, Danny Lyon drinks from the cup. Bottom right, Bethany Lazar and Becky Romaker anticipate the moment of their visitation.

Ireland's Gift: A Choir

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22
Month
April
Year
1976
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Politician To Join Convent

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7
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June
Year
1995
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Fashionably Dressed Clergy From Holy Trinity Church, October 1971

Fashionably Dressed Clergy From Holy Trinity Church, October 1971 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 9, 1971
Caption
'With It' Clergy The four chaplains at Holy Trinity Chapel help make the campus center swing. Front row: Sister Catherine Kalous, left, Sister Joan Tirek. Back row: Fr. C. Peter Dougherty, left; Fr. Robert Kerr. (News photo by Cecil Lockard)