• BISMARCK, N.D. (CNS) — The University of Mary’s Marek Dojs sees a lot of symbolism in decorating Easter eggs in the Pysanky Slavic style, and as he teaches his students the ancient folk...

    <p>Devan Rohrich, a senior at the University of Mary, decorates an Easter egg in the Slavic tradition during a March 24, 2021, class at the Bismarck, N.D., campus. The &ldquo;Pysanky Slavic Egg Design Course&rdquo; is being offered during the spring semester to tie the ancient folk art and its spiritual aspects with the university&rsquo;s Catholic values. (CNS photo by Grace Ballalatak/courtesy University of Mary)  </p>

    Devan Rohrich, a senior at the University of Mary, decorates an Easter egg in the Slavic tradition during a March 24, 2021, class at the Bismarck, N.D., campus. The “Pysanky Slavic Egg Design Course” is being offered during the spring semester to tie the ancient folk art and its spiritual aspects with the university’s Catholic values. (CNS photo by Grace Ballalatak/courtesy University of Mary)

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