Faithful watching and making history

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Last Sunday, faithful at St. Joseph the Worker Parish gathered in the auditorium of Paul VI High School, Haddon Township, to watch Pope Francis’ historic 4 p.m. Mass on Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway. At left, Father Walter Norris, pastor of the Haddon Township Parish, addresses the crowd. Bottom, two women familiar in the Diocese of Camden participate in the Mass: Kathia Arango, proclaiming the first reading; and Damaris Thillet, leading the responsorial psalm. Photos by Alan M. Dumoff
Last Sunday, faithful at St. Joseph the Worker Parish gathered in the auditorium of Paul VI High School, Haddon Township, to watch Pope Francis’ historic 4 p.m. Mass on Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway. At left, Father Walter Norris, pastor of the Haddon Township Parish, addresses the crowd. Bottom, two women familiar in the Diocese of Camden participate in the Mass: Kathia Arango, proclaiming the first reading; and Damaris Thillet, leading the responsorial psalm.
Photos by Alan M. Dumoff

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