You can hear bagpipes as Cirillo's casket is carried toward the entrance of the church.
'We gather to celebrate a great victory, a great triumph, of life over death' - Maj. Rev. Canon Rob Fead
For Nathan, life has changed, not ended in death. - Fead
His bravery, his triumph, his sacrifice, is not in vain
The rev. is highlighting different features around the casket, from flowers to an Easter candle, all symbolizing resurrection and new life
'Your death is such a tragedy. But yet, it's not in vain. Because of you, every Argyll and every man and woman who is honoured to wear the uniform of the Canadian Armed Forces stands longer and prouder.'
'This great country stands more unified and more determined than ever to be all that we are called to be. A place of freedom, home and peace.'
Jenny Holland, Cirillo's cousin speaking now.
Even as a child, Nathan spent his summer days waking up early to go outside to be with friends - Holland.