Tag Archives: Hanukkah

Hanukkah Party; St. Ann School Concert

Last Saturday was the final day of Hanukkah, and our Jewish community gathered to celebrate at the Temple!  As a Roman Catholic priest, I am not Jewish of course, but I was invited to come along and had a great … Continue reading

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Lighting the Menorahs

On the last day of Hanukkah, I had the privilege of participating in a Hanukkah party at the Temple Ahavat Achim.  I haven’t had time to get all the photos ready yet, but here’s one to give you a taste … Continue reading

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Origami from Friday night, on the tree

On Friday night I taught these four holiday decorations at The Hive. From top to bottom: a relatively simple Santa, a star-like ornament, a menorah, and a modular cube (made from six modules, each folded from a square of paper, … Continue reading

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Christmas, 1000 Origami Fish, and You!

Help us decorate Gloucester’s first (annual?) origami Christmas (or “Fishmas”) tree with 1000 origami fish! For years, people have been decorating Christmas trees with origami for public display in cities around the world. For example, New York City has two … Continue reading

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