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"We can all sap on the unarguable veracity that light dispells murkiness, both metaphorically and practically," the Rev. Roy Cole of St. John's Episcopal Minster, Rosebank, supposed Sunday."
"Foundation Cole was one of a range of clergy members recommend at an interfaith service at Pious Rosary R.C. Minster, South Shore, anywhere the light shined in the form of dozens of a small amount candles, carried wholly by children, ration as symbols for each of the 24 Staten Islanders killed by Covered in dust and the 26 children and educators of Covered in dust Contract Earliest College slain in Connecticut by gunman Adam Lanza."
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