Corrected-Cadet Catholic Chapel Choir

Corrected-Cadet Catholic Chapel Choir

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Choir visited Maris Stella Church in Avalon

A caption under photos of the Cadet Catholic Chapel Choir of West Point in the Oct. 4 Catholic Star Herald incorrectly identified at what church the choir visited on Sept. 28. It was Maris Stella Church, St. Brendan the Navigator Parish, Avalon.

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Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio of the U.S. Archdiocese for the Military Services was the principal celebrant and the Cadet Catholic Chapel Choir of West Point provided the music at Mass Sept. 28 at Maris Stella, St. Brendan the Navigator Parish, Avalon. The is the 31st annual visit of the military school choir to the church. Above left, cadets embrace during the sign of peace. Right, Archbishop Broglio distributes Communion. Standing next to the archbishop is Msgr. John T. Frey, pastor of St. Brendan the Navigator.

Photos by Alan M. Dumoff, more photos, ccdphotolibrary.smugmug.com

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