St. Christopher celebrates the season with multilingual verse
By Amber Coulter
Tuesday, December 25, 2012 at 5:44 am (Updated: December 25, 6:00 am)
St. Christopher Catholic Church on Christmas Eve celebrated the diverse backgrounds of its parishioners.
During its midnight Mass, the church on South Wilson Road in Radcliff included a singing of “Silent Night” using the six languages most widely spoken among those who attend.
The rendition opened with the first verse sung in English, followed by that verse sung in German, the language in which the song was written.
The same verse then was performed in Spanish, Korean, Tagalog and Chamorro. The final two verses were offered in English.
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