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Easter Hoppening

The Easter Hoppening is a time-honored All Saints' tradition that combines an Easter egg hunt with a hearty pot-luck luncheon.

For the luncheon, the Burk family is supplying plentiful quantities of smoked meat (all kinds). The Parish Life Commission has dessert covered.

The Easter Bunny himself serves as master of ceremonies for the Easter egg hunt, so bring your camera! There will be 12 special eggs hidden among the many. The children who find them take them to Fr. Jambor for a special blessing.

At the end of the Easter egg hunt, we will unearth the Alleluias we buried on Shrove Tuesday. This is another beloved All Saints’ tradition, and one that incarnates the Mystery of Easter in a way children will remember for years to come.

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