Manuel F. Simoes
Captains from Seven Seas Whale Watching
Photographing her son Surfing at Good Harbor Beach
Collecting sea glass at Pavilion Beach
Bicycling from Salem to have lunch at Sugar Magnolias
The Crowning (Coronation) concludes the principal religious ceremonies and involves the placement of the silver crown on the head of the individuals. Each person crowned has a personal reason or a promise they made to God.
Manuel and Alexandria Nunes, the Mordomos for this year, also celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary, and received blessing by Father Jim Achadinha.
Three lovely ladies, from New Hampshire, Gloucester and Florida, waiting in the Garden at Cape Ann Museum.
State Senator Bruce Tarr and Mayor Sefatia Romeo-Theken attend the 700 year old Portuguese celebration
Father Jim Achadinha, Manuel and Alexandrina Nunes
Manuel and Alexandrina are the 2016 Mordomos for the DES Crowning Celebration.
They are also are sharing their 40th wedding anniversary on Sunday.
The Crowning will be on Trinity Sunday May 22nd, Mass will be held at 11:45 at Our Lady of Good Voyage Church.
Come celebrate a 700 year old Portuguese tradition honoring the Feast of the Holy Spirit.