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Photo Gallery: St. Teresa of Avila School sixth-grade tableaus

| Sunday, April 13, 2014, 2:56 p.m.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
Salome, played by St. Teresa of Avila School sixth-grader Julia Arlia, 11, of West View (left), consoles Joanna, played by sixth-grader Cara Janeda, 12, of Ross Township, during a dress rehearsal Thursday, April 10, 2014, for the sixth grade's annual tableaus show tell the story of Jesus' crucifixion. Students do the tableaus at St. Teresa of Avila Church in Ross Township.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
Soldiers, played by St. Teresa of Avila School sixth-grader Josh Noker, 11, of McCandless (left) and sixth-grader Wes Smokovich, 12, of Franklin Park (right), nail Jesus, played by sixth-grader Jacob Horigan, 12, of Ohio Township to the cross during a dress rehearsal Thursday, April 10, 2014, for the sixth grade's annual tableaus that show the story of Jesus' crucifixion. Students do the tableaus at St. Teresa of Avila Church in Ross Township.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
Jesus, played by St. Teresa of Avila School sixth-grader Jacob Horigan, 12, of Ohio Township., dies in front of his mother, Mary, played by sixth-grader Michelle Yakim, 12, of Franklin Park during a dress rehearsal Thursday, April 10, 2014, for the sixth grade's annual tableaus that show the story of Jesus' crucifixion. Students do the tableaus at St. Teresa of Avila Church in Ross Township.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
Veronica, played by St. Teresa of Avila School sixth-grader Abby Ciaramella, 12, of Ohio Township, discovers the image of Jesus on her veil. Jesus is played by sixth-grader Jacob Horigan, 12, of Ohio Township, during a dress rehearsal Thursday, April 10, 2014, for the sixth grade's annual tableaus that show the story of Jesus' crucifixion. Students do the tableaus at St. Teresa of Avila Church in Ross Township.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
Mary Magdalene, played by St. Teresa of Avila School sixth-grader Elizabeth Dziubek, 12, of Gibsonia (right) whispers to a woman from Jerusalem, played by sixth-grader Alexa Whale, 12, of Ross Township, during a dress rehearsal Thursday, April 10, 2014, for the sixth grade's annual tableaus that show the story of Jesus' crucifixion. Students do the tableaus at St. Teresa of Avila Church in Ross Township.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
An angel, played by St. Teresa of Avila sixth-grader Rileigh Very, 12, of Franklin Park appears after Jesus has risen from the tomb during a dress rehearsal Thursday, April 10, 2014, for the sixth grade's annual tableaus that show the story of Jesus' crucifixion. Students do the tableaus at St. Teresa of Avila Church in Ross Township.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
A soldier played by St. Teresa of Avila sixth-grader Wes Smokovich, 12, of Franklin Park (right) strips Jesus, played by 6th grader Jacob Horigan, 12, of Ohio Township, during a dress rehearsal Thursday, April 10, 2014, for the sixth grade's annual tableaus that show the story of Jesus' crucifixion. Students do the tableaus at St. Teresa of Avila Church in Ross Township.

St. Teresa of Avila School sixth-graders had a dress rehearsal April 10 to prepare for their annual presentations of tableaus showing the story of Jesus' crucifixion.

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