Living the Passion at St. Jerome

St. Jerome Deacon Pete Travalik and Barb Nagy of “Tetélestai” reminisce about past performances after the last show at St. Jerome

Nearly 500 people watched with awe as the wonderful singers and performers of “Tetélestai” reenacted the Trial, Execution, and Resurrection of Jesus the Messiah on a stage built right in the sanctuary of St. Jerome Church.  “Tetélestai” has been performed during lent for 40 years now.  All of the actors and crew are volunteers who see this as a ministry and it is a family affair.  It was amazing to see very young children in their parent’s arms on stage throughout the performance.  Older children had roles in the drama and sang beautifully.  It will be performed in different churches until Good Friday.  Go to for dates and locations.

Adele Markert

Parish Secretary/business manager at St. Jerome Church

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Volume 9, Issue 4, Posted 5:26 PM, 04.11.2017