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Prayers for Peace from Fond du Lac

Posted by Erin Bechtol
09.15.17

On September 13th, a Pax Christi group and the Sisters of St. Agnes, priest, and staff gathered to offer peace prayers in support of Campaign Nonviolence. These prayers come just before the nationwide Week of Actions with over 1200 events and demonstrations planned in an effort to envision and create a nonviolent world.

The group prayed around their sign for peace which reads, “Que paz prevalezca en la tierra,” or, “May peace prevail on Earth.”

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