St. James students reenact Passion

Eighth-graders at St. James School in Elizabethtown, Ky., presented the Passion of Christ during Holy Week. continued a more than 20-year custom of presenting Passion of Christ during Holy Week at Saint James Catholic Church – a beautiful tradition of giving back to the community and helping guests observe Holy Week. Several volunteers worked to make this play a success, including directors Olivia Dvorjak, SJS teacher, and Carol Zagar, director of Allegro Dance Theatre in Elizabethtown. (Photos Special to The Record)

Eighth-grade students at St. James School in Elizabethtown, Ky., presented the Passion of the Christ during Holy Week at St. James Church.

The parish school has performed the Stations for 20 years. Numerous volunteers worked with the students to put on the play, including director Olivia Dvorjak, a teacher at St. James, and Carol Zagar, the director of Allegro Dance Theatre in Elizabethtown.

Alex Argueta, St. James eighth-grader, portrayed Jesus.
Alex Argueta, St. James eighth-grader, portrayed Jesus.
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