Religions and Spirituality

East Brunswick Welcomes Canadian Pilgrims on Way to World Family Conference

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A real family moment as French/Hispanic Canadians head to the Papal meeting in Philadelphia. Credits: TAP into East Brunswick
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A family blessing before the blessing of families in Philadelphia. Credits: TAPinto East Brunswick
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Allegria! Credits: TAPinto East Brunswick
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If you go to St. Bart's, you know who this is with Father Tom! Credits: TAP into East Brunswick
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It's good to get your priorities straight, evn in French. Credits: TAP into East Brunswick Staff
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A concelebrated Mass by Canadian priests and seminarians before the group heads to Philadelphia. Credits: TAP into East Brunswick
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Father Tom Walsh and his colleagues from Montreal and Quebec City share some joy before the group heads to the Council on Families.   Credits: TAPinto East Brunswick
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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - They found East Brunswick by using Google Maps, their representative called Father Tom Walsh of St. Bartholomew's Parish, and they booked rooms for 160 people at a motel on Route 18.  Thant's how a group of French Canadian pilgrims came to be in town this week, commuting to Philadelphia for the 

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