How will you choose to observe Memorial Day today? Will you celebrate your liberties with shopping and barbecues? Will you visit the grave of someone who died serving our country? Will you remember by spending time with a survivor, witnessing to their time in combat and grieving with them over the loss of comrades and friends?
Long Island’s Bishop Provenzano joins his voice to those criticizing the choice to hold a Trump campaign rally near the spot where an immigrant was murdered in a racially motivated hate crime
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