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No justice, no peace; know justice, know peace

Lawrence Provenzano, Bishop of Long Island, wrote a letter asking his clergy to avoid protests following the tragic and senseless murders of two police officers in Brooklyn.

From his letter:

I am asking that our clergy stand down from the organizing and protesting that has filled the streets with people following the failure to indict police in the Eric Garner and Michael Brown cases.  There is always room for prophetic witness and the striving for justice and peace among all people.  But […]

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