Monday, November 16, 2015

The Mystery of Hope in Paris


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The Mystery of Hope in Paris
Why we light candles at a time like this.
Mark Galli
Seemingly within minutes of the massacre in Paris, people gathered at one place or another, in Paris and in cities across the world. They laid flowers. They prayed. They played "Amazing Grace." They held hands. They displayed the colors of the French flag. They wept. They also lit candles. Lighting candles has become a common public liturgy following terrorist... continue reading >>


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