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An Enchanting Moment Singing Christmas Carols

At this time of year, the Anglophone Sisters and Associates, along with some friends and family members, continued their annual tradition of Christmas carolling at Maison Jésus-Marie. On December 3rd, dressed in Christmas colors, with some playing musical instruments, the carollers, under the direction of Sr. Lorna Cooney, accompanied on guitar by Richard Brisebois and ukulele by Beverly Redmond, led the Sisters in the singing of many well-known Carols in both French and in English. Candy canes and chocolates were handed out and a wonderful time was had by all.  

This year, for the first time, a video was taken of this event.  To see the 4-part video, click on the section “Videos” in the column to the right. The first video is located in the archives.   There are also photos of this event as well.

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