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2017 Diocesan Altarboy Retreat Tues (6/27/17)

Tuesday was another full day. It began with a procession from the Seminary to Christ The Saviour Cathedral where the altarboys gathered to celebrate the Divine Liturgy. They also took part in additional discussions on the Feasts of the Mother of God, visited the Seminary Bookstore, did a service project on the Seminary Grounds and then traveled to St Nicholas Church in Homestead PA for Dinner. The day ended with the altar boys taking in a Pittsburgh Pirates Game.
Ready for the procession from the Seminary to the Cathedral for Divine Liturgy.
Altarboys take their place in Church.
The boys beautifully sang the Plain Chant responses to Divine Liturgy.
Cathedral Dean, Protopresbyter Rovert Buczak was the main celebrant of the Divine Liturgy.
Some of the designated Altar Servers.
The Little Entrance.
Johnny chanted the Epistle.
Censing before the Cherubic Hymn.
The Great Entrance
Receive the Body of Christ!
Receive the Body of Christ!
The Ambon Prayer.
Fr. David offered a few words at the end of Divine Liturgy.
2017 Diocesan Altarboy Retreat Participants and Staff.
Protopresbyter John Fedornock with his grandsons.
Protopresbyter Peter Paproski with parish altarboy William.
Protopresbyter Robert Buczak and Christ the Saviour Cathedral Altarboys.
Fr. Matthew and Pani Katie Dutko with altarboys from St. Elizabeth's in Georgia.
Clergy rap
Fr. Michael Chendorain gave an insightful presentation on the Annunciation of the Mother of God.
Clergy rap.
Clergy rap.
Service project: weeding around the Cross Shrine.
At the Cross Shrine.
Working at the Cross Shrine.
Everyone got into the act.
Service project - weeding around the seminary.
The front of the seminary. Project is complete.
The Cross Shrine - All beautified
The Cross Shrine - All beautified
Fr James gave a wonderful presentation on the Feast of the Dormition of the Mother of God.
On the bus to St Nicholas Church in Homestead, PA.
Singing a Panachida for Andrew Talarovich at St Nicholas Church, Homestead, PA
The young men enjoyed a delicious meal at St Nicholas Church before the ball game.
At Pirate's Game
A beautiful night for a game.