By Sr. Nun Other At our church, this past Sunday, Pentecost was commemorated by…

By Sr. Nun Other At our church, this past Sunday, Pentecost was commemorated by a profusion of color. Streaming swaths of red, orange, and yellow fabric hung from the church ceiling and embraced stone columns. Everywhere one looked — both inside and out — were reminders of the extraordinary energy that was and is Pentecost. It began as #quot;Pentekostos,#quot; a Greek word meaning fifty. [ 75 more words. ]

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Divine Flame May 29, 2015 By Sr. Nun Other At our church, this past Sunday, Pentecost was commemorated by a profusion of color. Streaming swaths of red, orange, and yellow fabric hung from the church ceiling and embraced stone columns. Everywhere one looked — both inside and out — were reminders of…

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