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Cedar Rapids,IA Gathers Around the Peace Pole

Posted by Ryan Hall
09.23.16
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By Emily Devine with the Sisters of Mercy

For the International Day of Peace the Regis Middle School students (20) and faculty walked from Regis Peace Pole to the Sisters of Mercy poles and from there journeyed up the hill to Mount Mercy University Peace Pole and on to the MMU grotto for prayer.  Shown above is a picture of the students gathered at the poles with a minute of silence and to sing the song, “Let There Be Peace On Earth”.

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