Easter Traditions in Texas [Podcast]
I’m sharing my memories of Easter traditions in Texas today, more specifically, from my hometown of Laredo. I’m remembering the places where I felt secure, safe and loved.
For me, that was the church. As an alter boy, I felt that I was given wisdom, love, respect and security in a time when I did not have that in my home life.
Being an alter boy gave me a sense of pride and respect. It replaced the void left by an absentee father with a sense of consistency and belonging.
The church still holds a special place in my life and for my own family as well.
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This podcast was originally published March 25, 2013.
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