All Saints parishioners honor Divino Salvador del Mundo

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Parishioners at All Saints Church in Manassas commemorated the feast of the Divine Savior of the World with a procession, rosary and music following the 1:30 p.m. Spanish Mass Aug. 9.

El Salvador, which means "the Savior," is named after Divino Salvador del Mundo. His feast is a national holiday. Many Masses are celebrated throughout the day. The devotion has carried over to All Saints Church, with an annual procession.

"It's the image of the Risen Lord commemorating the salvific promise of Our Lord to all nations," said Father Juan Puigbo, parochial vicar.

Parishioners at All Saints Church in Manassas celebrated the feast of El Salvador's patron, Divino Salvador del Mundo - Divine Savior of the World - with a procession, rosary and music after Mass this Sunday. Because the country is named after Him, the feast is a national holiday in El Salvador.Posted by Arlington Catholic Herald on Monday, August 10, 2015


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