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Bp Sutton of Maryland calls for moment of prayer and reflection

Bp Sutton of Maryland calls for moment of prayer and reflection

On his Facebook page, Bishop Eugene Taylor Sutton of the Diocese of Maryland has called for a moment of prayer and reflection this Saturday

I call on all members of the Diocese of Maryland to join me in a moment of silent prayer and reflection on Saturday, Jan 3 at 10 am, which is the time of Tom Palermo’s funeral. “Almighty God, Father of mercies and giver of comfort: Deal graciously, we pray, with all who mourn the death of Tom Palermo; that, casting all their care on you, they may know the consolation of your love; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.”

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