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The pundits who condescendingly sought to marginalize the event for weeks before it happened - going so far as to attempt to paint it with allegations of racism - should have been ashamed. The stage was filled with men and women of color, who, with the raucous support of the hundreds of thousands gathered, affirmed our solidarity as Americans. Dr. Alveda King reminded the crowd that we are "united by blood as one race, the human race."
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Reading 1, Genesis 2:18-24
O Senhor Deus disse: ' Não é certo que o homem esteja só. Vou ... Read More

Psalm, Psalms 128:1-2, 3, 4-5, 6
[Song of Ascents] How blessed are all who fear Yahweh, who walk ... Read More

Gospel, Mark 10:2-16
Some Pharisees approached him and asked, 'Is it lawful for a ... Read More

Reading 2, Hebrews 2:9-11
but we do see Jesus, who was for a short while made less than ... Read More

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October 4 Saint of the Day

St. Francis of Assisi
October 4: Founder of the Franciscan Order, born at Assisi in Umbria, in ... Read More