Episcopal bishops offered words of encouragement in the face of frustration over the progress of civil rights, social justice, and civility in the United States over the Martin Luther King, Jr., holiday weekend.
It’s as simple as one prayer and as powerful as a thousand prayers. It’s our whole hearts and minds and bodies given to these children. Surrounding them and holding them close.
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