Southwestern CT reflects on Easter Sunday

Thousands of southwestern Connecticut residents spent Sunday celebrating Easter Sunday.Parishioners of all ages at St Paul's Episcopal Church in Fairfield reflected on what Easter Sunday meant to them. Reverend Ben Brockman said his message was based on the mystery that it might never be known for sure if Jesus Christ was resurrected.Fairfield resident Lucy Buggy said the holiday is all about her attendance at church. She said she looks forward to being at church and feeling enriched.The holiday celebration is the end of the Lent, which began on Ash Wednesday.

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