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June 04, 2010


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Congratulations Erika! You were so lovely on your special day!


Wonderful! Congratulations to your sweet daughter. Isn't the Eucharist a wonderful blessing and quite the amazing miracle!


So happy to hear your blessed, CHristmas news!

LUV catching up on your blog and all the sumptious pictures. So impressed that somehow, admist all the sleeveless dresses out there, your FHC group is ALL dressed modestly covering their arms like ladies at Mass. You must have a special parish to all be on the same wavelength.

God bless you all!

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