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Catholic teens in eighth through 12 grades from areas such as Allentown, Harrisburg and Williamsport spent the day Wednesday celebrating their religion at Misericordia University. The Light the Fire Youth Rally presented by the Combined Youth Ministry included inspirational workshops, music, games, Holy Hour, Reconciliation and a closing Mass. The guest presenter was Steve Angrisano and the MC was Sean Malloy, a youth minister from the Diocese of Harrisburg. Full Armor, a group of high school and college students from New York, provided the music.
Catholic teens in eighth through 12 grades from areas such as Allentown, Harrisburg and Williamsport spent the day Wednesday celebrating their religion at Misericordia University. The Light the Fire Youth Rally presented by the Combined Youth Ministry included inspirational workshops, music, games, Holy Hour, Reconciliation and a closing Mass. The guest presenter was Steve Angrisano and the MC was Sean Malloy, a youth minister from the Diocese of Harrisburg. Full Armor, a group of high school and college students from New York, provided the music.
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Catholic teens in eighth through 12 grades from areas such as Allentown, Harrisburg and Williamsport spent the day Wednesday celebrating their religion at Misericordia University. The Light the Fire Youth Rally presented by the Combined Youth Ministry included inspirational workshops, music, games, Holy Hour, Reconciliation and a closing Mass. The guest presenter was Steve Angrisano and the MC was Sean Malloy, a youth minister from the Diocese of Harrisburg. Full Armor, a group of high school and college students from New York, provided the music.


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