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Bishop Walkowiak celebrates Mass for Holy Trinity Catholic School, attends May crowning

May 11, 2017
Bishop David Walkowiak with first communicants and confirmandi at Holy Trinity Catholic School.

Bishop David Walkowiak joined students and families at Holy Trinity Catholic School in Comstock Park on May 10, 2017, to celebrate Mass. He also attended the school's May crowning, the springtime devotion of placing a crown of flowers on a statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Additionally, he joined students and families at a VIP brunch afterward.

First communicants and confirmandi had the honor of serving in the May crowning, placing a rosary in Mary's hands and the crown on her head. The statue used for the May crowning was a statue of Our Lady of Fatima, which was originally part of a shrine built in 1952 on a parishioner's property near Holy Trinity parish. The shrine was later brought to the parish.

See pictures of Mass, the May crowning, and the VIP brunch in the gallery below and at this link.

Bishop Walkowiak attends Holy Trinity May crowning

Holy Trinity Catholic School serves more than 150 students in preschool through 8th grade. Learn more here.