My dear Congregants: Once again in the swift march of time, this great symbolical festival is upon us. This festival which recalls to our mind, the long pilgramges of our ancestors to the city of Jerusalem. Men, women & children in their thousands could be seen travelling along the innumerable dusty roads, beneath the scorching rays of the tropical sun, all looking with wistful eyes in the same direction, all bending forward with eagerness to reach that wonderful city of past memories, the very thought of which aroused them to the greatest heat of expectation & enthusiasm, all animated by the same mitive, & all united in the one common object ofpaying a tribute of veneration & love to their God.

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