Historical Society takes its turn at Soup Supper

Each Friday during Lent, a service group for the parish sponsors Soup Supper. Parishioners and guests can grab delicious homemade soups and bread starting at 6 p.m. Over in the church, Father Harris hears confessions until 7 p.m., when visitors to the Proto-Cathedral of St. James the Greater can participate in Stations of the Cross. On Friday, March 10, the Historical Society hosted the supper. More than 100 people attended.

Pat Morse, who works tirelessly for the Altar Society as well as the Historical Society, cuts the Irish soda bread she made for the March 10 Soup Supper.

Marcia Putman keeps an eye on the soups, making sure they are at the perfect temperature before serving.

(Left to right) Pat Morse, Marianne Russell and Gerrie Gardner organize the table. Notecards are in place to let diners know the kind of soup they are choosing.

Father Harris begins the evening with the Angelus and thanksgiving for the food.

Dinner is served.

A long line of soup choices for hungry parishioners.

 

 

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