Because the fourth of March commemorated Saint Casimir, patron of Poland and Lithuania, I present just a few photographs of the church where I first encountered Christ and the Church I soon desired to serve.
|Imagine dragging a coffin up those stairs|
|The site of many a May Procession|
|Fittingly the last message on the still-standing sign encourages prayer for vocations;|
I was honored to be the third and last priest
|"Mother, ask your Son to reverse my hands."|
|Statue commemorating the 500th anniversary of Christian Lithuania|
|Aftermath of the church's closing, though I am happy to note that a former parishioner owns the building|