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Blessed and Happy Thanksgiving! Photo Highlights of October Visitations (Apart from the pilgrimage)

A most blessed and joyful Thanksgiving.  Each one of you are in my prayers for safe travel, family, hope and love.  I am grateful for all the gifts present in my life.   

Each month i post pictures of my visitations apart from my blog.  Enjoy the October pictures.  

My brothers and sisters in the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania - our love and blessings. 


The Gutierrez Family


Installation of Rev. Beth Hixon (CHURCH OF THE EPIPHANY - Royersford)








ST. CHRISTOPHER’S  - GLADWYNE (Sunday Visitation. Confirmations and Receptions)












TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH  - BOOTHWYN (Sunday Visitation.  Confirmations and Receptions)
































 


RECEPTION FOR MY FAMILY WHILE IN PHILADELPHIA







THE EPISCOPAL ACADEMY


SEATING OF SANTOSH MARRAY AS BISHOP OF EASTON




CHRIST AND ST. AMBROSE VISITATION (Confirmations, Receptions and Baptisms)


















INSTALLATION OF REV. KEVIN DELLARIA 
ST. FRANCIS IN THE FIELDS SUGARTOWN









HISTORY COMMITTEE OF THE DIOCESE AT ST. LUKE’S GERMANTOWN









DISCUSSION WITH DEACONS IN FORMATION






INSTALLATION OF REV. DAVID  BERESFORD - REDEEMER SPRINGFIELD










SUPPORT OF ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH - COLLEGEVILLE 
Public Hearing in front of Planning Commission for Development Project





DAUGHTERS OF THE KINGS EUCHARIST, MEETING AND LUNCHEON 
ST. JAMES CHURCH, KINGSESSING



























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