December 21

Ricci Family Fields


March on the Ricci Family Fields with sophomore ND Marching Band member Nico Dinglasa and feel the camaraderie that comes with a shared purpose.

“So whether it is band rehearsal, a club sport, or a dorm event, to me, these fields represent friendship and camaraderie. I get excited to walk these fields every day at band rehearsal knowing that many of my friends will be there, too. I find it satisfying and beautiful to be part of a whole, whether I am one of the voices in a song, one of the dots in a formation, or one of the members of a costumed group for various occasions.”

Where are those places that have drawn us closer to each other in camaraderie and friendship and, by extension, to the love of Christ?

 

8 comments

  1. From a former St Ed’s Gentleman – Thanks for representing St Ed’s so well and sharing your story and witness, Nico! Merry Christmas!

  2. Thank you Nico for your great Advent sharing & reflections. I lived in St. Ed’s my freshman thru junior years, 1968-1971. Many fond memories. And Go Irish Marching Band❗️☘️ Patrick ND ‘72.

  3. Thanks, Nico, for sharing. I always treasured my 4 years in St. Ed’s (before the fire). Many of us liked the chapel, not just for Sunday evening Mass, but as a place to study while lying on the carpet. Take care.

Leave a Reply to Fritz Keppler Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published.