Thursday, April 3, 2003

Teens to pray on Square


Tristate reacts to war

A prayer vigil for peace for Catholic high schoolers will be held on Fountain Square 7 p.m. Wednesday. The goal is to provide a unified Catholic response to violence, said organizer Matt Kemper, the director of community service at St. Xavier High School.

"You watch the news and you read the newspaper, and you see so many people suffering on both sides," he said. "I think we are called, in our Catholic identity, to respond in prayer."

Participants include students from La Salle, McAuley, Mother of Mercy, Moeller, Mount Notre Dame, Roger Bacon, St. Ursula, St. Xavier, Seton and Ursuline high schools.

Maggie Downs




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Teens to pray on Square

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