The Joy of the Resurrection in the Faces of Our Diocese: Underlining Our Cultural Diversity

This is the second of a series of posts showcasing Joy in the faces of our diocese.

By: Office of Communications

Christ has risen from the dead! Alleluia! This week, we continue to bring this Joy of the Resurrection to light through the faces of our diocese. Today, we highlight Joy through the cultural diversity of our diocese.

“As the Church, we are the mystical body of Christ. But we cannot — and should not — overlook or ignore this beautiful reality: that the members of this mystical body are diverse and varied, not just as individuals, but also as nations and cultures.” –Bishop Paul S. Loverde

Holy Martyrs of Vietnam Drummers

Holy Martyrs of Vietnam drummers

 

Ghanaian Catholic Women singing

Members of the Ghanaian Catholic community

 

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Two women perform a Cambodian traditional liturgical dance at the Multicultural Mass and Fair at All Saints in June 2014.

To find out more about the Diocese of Arlington’s ministry in celebrating our cultural diversity, consider connecting with Multicultural Ministries and their work to serve all ethnic communities in our diocese.

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