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Service in Boston brings faith to the forefront

An interfaith ceremony organized in the wake of Monday's bombings provided a collective meditation on faith in a time of crisis.
BOSTON — With sunshine streaming through the stained-glass of the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, a shaken city gathered today in faith to remember three young lives lost, to pray for 174 injured, to salute the ranks of brave first responders and to thank so many selfless citizens who helped after the Patriots’ Day bombings at the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
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In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon explosion, chaos gripped the city — and as first responders rushed to the scene, others took to social media platforms to share their news and their grief.
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