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Thursday, December 3, 2015

National Gun Violence Prevention Sabbath



  

In 2002, the Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes took a stance on Peace and Nonviolence. How appropriate for Sisters and Associates to engage in prayer and song as part of the National Gun Violence Prevention Sabbath sometime between December 10-14. Many resources are available on the web site, and we might appreciate the common desire for peace as we look at those from different faith traditions. Faiths United launched this campaign in 2014.
(See stats from the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence.)

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