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Nice’s chaplain tells BBC city ‘stunned’ by lorry attack

[Anglican Communion News Service] The chaplain of the Anglican Church in Nice has told BBC radio that the French city is stunned by Thursday night’s attack which left at least 84 people dead and dozens more injured. But the Rev. Peter Jackson said Nice was resilient and would recover.
Jackson told the Today program that one of his church wardens saw the lorry crush people who had been watching a fireworks display to mark Bastille Day. He said it has been […]

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Presiding Bishop invites prayers for Nice

Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael Curry has issued the above video asking every Episcopalian to share in deep prayer for Nice, France, following a deadly attack on July 14 that killed 84 people and injured more than

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Attack in Nice: Bishop Whalon responds

From the Rt. Rev. Pierre Whalon following the attack in Nice via Episcopal News Service:

Bishop Pierre Whalon of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe has written this message after a lorry slammed through a crowd celebrating Bastille Day in the southern French city of Nice late on July 15, killing at least 84 people. According to reports, no group has so far said it was behind the attack, however prosecutors said the inquiry would be handled by anti-terror investigators.

Dear Ones,

In […]

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