Father Edward Bell, left, and The Rev. Monsignor Donald Horak have a combined 97 years serving the Catholic community. The two, currently serving at Hilton Head's Holy Family Catholic Church, were photographed at their home June 7.
Father Edward Bell, left, and The Rev. Monsignor Donald Horak have a combined 97 years serving the Catholic community. The two, currently serving at Hilton Head's Holy Family Catholic Church, were photographed at their home June 7. Jay Karr/Lowcountry Life
Father Edward Bell, left, and The Rev. Monsignor Donald Horak have a combined 97 years serving the Catholic community. The two, currently serving at Hilton Head's Holy Family Catholic Church, were photographed at their home June 7. Jay Karr/Lowcountry Life

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