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Annual Seminary Concert this Sunday

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The 7th Annual Seminary Christmas Concert is scheduled for this Sunday. According to vice rector of the Redemptoris Mater Seminary Father Julio Sanchez, seminarians from 20 different nations will be performing.

The concert will be a harmonious blend of Christmas carols from around the world, reflections on Jesus' birth, and lots of surprises. "It will help them to rekindle the spirit of Christmas," Father Julio said. "A lot of times in our society, Christmas is very commercialized, we put god aside. This is the main purpose of the concert."

The concert is free of charge. A silent auction with great selected items will also be held. Following the concert there will also be a buffet dinner at the seminary atrium. The concert is Sunday at 6pm at the seminary in Yona.

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