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North American Martyrs Parish celebrates first Mass in its own church

EDMONDS — After 11 years of celebrating Mass in another parish’s church, North American Martyrs Parish celebrated the blessing of its own church by Archbishop Paul D. Etienne on November 23.

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Celebrating like a Catholic

Our Catholic life is full of celebration. Solemnities, feasts, first sacraments and birthdays are all cause for celebrations, and we plan our lives around them. Celebrations are important, even integral to our happiness. To celebrate means, in part, to solemnly observe and commemorate with festivities. A priest celebrates the Mass. And for Catholics, our personal celebrations are enhanced by a...