Photo gallery: Choir rings in the holiday season at St. Bernadette Church |

Photo gallery: Choir rings in the holiday season at St. Bernadette Church

Lillian Dedomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Caleb Onstead, 18, performs with the Ring Pittsburgh handbell choir at St. Bernadette Church in Monroeville, Dec. 10.
Members of Ring Pittsburgh handbell choir perform at St. Bernadette Church in Monroeville, Dec. 10, under the direction of the group's founder and music director, Jim Rossetti.
Lillian Dedomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Ring Pittsburgh handbell choir recruited audience member Jeremy Cartiff of Monroeville to perform with the group during its concert at St. Bernadette Church, Dec. 10.

They came from all around to hear the bells ring at St. Bernadette Parish in Monroeville on Sunday afternoon when the Ring Pittsburgh handbell choir presented a performance of Christmas and sacred music.

The ensemble is under the direction of Jim Rossetti, formerly of Monroeville, who is founder and music director of the group.

Lillian DeDomenic is a freelance photographer.

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