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Chanelle Pincus, St. Theresa of Avila in Woodbury, with Rocky.Chanelle's mother, of St. Theresa of Avila in Woodbury, with RockyAda and Ivona Golowiejko, SS. Cyril and Methodius Parish in Hartford, pray at the rosary walk.Not for Sale, a modern-day antislavery nonprofit group, posted several signs like this on the grounds.Signs encouraged the young people to text their opinions of the rally.The Catholic Transcript was one of the 11 organizations with information tables.Visitors ask questions and fill out surveys at The Catholic Transcript's table.Leah Divenere, a daughter of Transcript graphic designer Leslie Divenere, prepares materials to hand out at The Catholic Transcript's information table.Many seminarians were on hand to answer questions about their path to the priesthood.Many seminarians were on hand to answer questions about their path to the priesthood.Volunteers from Not For ale perform a skit about slavery.Izzy Suppa, Hannahy Millis, Hannah Zantana and Jocelyn Giordano, all from St. Therese Parish in Branford, pose as they visit displays.Archbishop Henry J. Mansell; Msgr. Michael Motta, director of the archdiocesan Office of Religious Education; and Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus Peter A. Rosazza.Archbishop Henry J. Mansell; Msgr. Michael Motta, director of the archdiocesan Office of Religious Education; and Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus Peter A. Rosazza.Brad Farmer, left, and Gene Monterastelli of APeX Ministries entertain with juggling.Brad Farmer, left, and Gene Monterastelli of APeX Ministries entertain.A volunteer from the crowd assists with a trick performed by APeX Ministries.A volunteer from the crowd assists with a trick performed by APeX Ministries.Brad Farmer, left, and Gene Monterastelli of APeX Ministries entertain with juggling

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