‘Parade for Priests’ draws 100 cars in Peoria

Posted 3/25/21

Nearly 100 cars turned out March 22 for a “Parade for Priests” organized by St. Charles Borromeo Parish, 8615 W. Peoria Ave.

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‘Parade for Priests’ draws 100 cars in Peoria

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Nearly 100 cars turned out March 22 for a “Parade for Priests” organized by St. Charles Borromeo Parish, 8615 W. Peoria Ave., to safely honor the “100 years of priesthood” served by Phoenix Auxiliary Bishop Eduardo Navares, who has 40 years of service and Msgr. George Highberger, who has 60 years of service.

The unique drive-thru event was held on the parish grounds on Peoria Avenue, as vehicles passed the reviewing stand.

The parish serves 1,000 Peoria families and hosts an after-hours food pantry for those in need on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

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