According to the Rev. Rob Fischer, the rector of St. John’s, the church met with the DC Office of Religious Affairs to discuss how the church could work to better serve protesters and possibly reopen its doors in the future.
A still, small voice might whisper,
“Peace, now, for I have answered the owl
and satisfied the winged thing.“
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