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Gun Violence victim commemoration

Gun Violence victim commemoration

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Published by Susie Cambria
Help commemorate the victims of gun violence in D.C. in 2013, as well as the 37 school shootings since Sandy Hook with programs and a special exhibit honoring those who have died.

SPEAKING OUT
The afternoon begins with a 4 pm press conference on the west front of the Cathedral to launch the 2014 Gun Violence Prevention Sabbath Weekend. Speakers include local interfaith clergy, Cathedral Dean Gary Hall, and partners from Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence.

BLESSING
Immediately following the press conference, a brief interfaith ceremony will take place, blessing first responders, as well as the commemorative exhibit honoring the 2013 D.C. victims of gun violence.

DIRECTIONS
On Metro, take a red line train to the Tenleytown/AU station, then any southbound 30-series bus to the Cathedral. From downtown, take an n-2 or n-4 bus northbound to the corner of Massachusetts and Wisconsin Avenues. Additional directions available on wmata.com.

LEARN MORE AT
www.nationalcathedral.org
(202) 537-6200
Help commemorate the victims of gun violence in D.C. in 2013, as well as the 37 school shootings since Sandy Hook with programs and a special exhibit honoring those who have died.

SPEAKING OUT
The afternoon begins with a 4 pm press conference on the west front of the Cathedral to launch the 2014 Gun Violence Prevention Sabbath Weekend. Speakers include local interfaith clergy, Cathedral Dean Gary Hall, and partners from Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence.

BLESSING
Immediately following the press conference, a brief interfaith ceremony will take place, blessing first responders, as well as the commemorative exhibit honoring the 2013 D.C. victims of gun violence.

DIRECTIONS
On Metro, take a red line train to the Tenleytown/AU station, then any southbound 30-series bus to the Cathedral. From downtown, take an n-2 or n-4 bus northbound to the corner of Massachusetts and Wisconsin Avenues. Additional directions available on wmata.com.

LEARN MORE AT
www.nationalcathedral.org
(202) 537-6200

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Published by: Susie Cambria on Feb 19, 2014
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