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A Walk with the Lord: New Life in Christ

March 28, 2016
Alaskan preschooler displays grass students grew for their Easter baskets
Preschooler Zyrus Manabet, 4, displays grass students grew for their Easter baskets at Holy Name School in Ketchikan, Alaska, April 15, 2016. Students were preparing for Holy Week and Easter with lessons, prayers and activities centered on Christ's crucifixion and resurrection. Located on Revillagigedo Island, Holy Name is the only Catholic school in the Diocese of Juneau. (CNS photo/Nancy Wiechec)
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