What do you get when you gather a musical group of Capuchins and Dominicans together on a Chinatown street corner in Washington, DC, at Christmastime? A rousing rendition of “Felize Navidad,” of course! This past weekend, the religious brothers came together to carol outside the Chinatown metro (subway) stop in the nation’s capitol. Passersby joined in the fun, which was complete with drum and guitar solos.
Capuchins and Dominicans Go Caroling in Washington, DC (Video)
Zoe Romanowsky - published on 12/29/15
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