Myriad Emotions Take Center Stage at Baccalaureate Mass

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Myriad Emotions Take Center Stage at Baccalaureate Mass

Campus Minister Mrs. Mary Emrich, who offered words of advice to the Class of 2019, receives a hug during the Sign of Peace.

Campus Minister Mrs. Mary Emrich, who offered words of advice to the Class of 2019, receives a hug during the Sign of Peace.

photo by Julian Pirtle '20

Campus Minister Mrs. Mary Emrich, who offered words of advice to the Class of 2019, receives a hug during the Sign of Peace.

photo by Julian Pirtle '20

photo by Julian Pirtle '20

Campus Minister Mrs. Mary Emrich, who offered words of advice to the Class of 2019, receives a hug during the Sign of Peace.

ECHO Staff

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It was a time to express deep emotions and fond remembrances. Trinity High School’s 63rd annual Baccalaureate Mass allowed for reflection as the Class of 2019 celebrated their final liturgy together. Trinity Chaplain Fr. Dave Zettel, celebrant and 1958 alumnus, offered words of encouragement, Campus Minister Mrs. Mary Emrich expressed gratitude and asked seniors to embrace and share their vulnerability, and classmate Liam Gray spoke fondly of his years spent at Trinity.  In his advice to the class, Trinity President Dr. Rob Mullen alluded to Bruce Springsteen’s expressions of joy at being a part of, as well as leaving, a place — ready to move forward to the next challenge.

 

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