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Reconciliation and Mercy

Bishop Julio Murray of Panama, Bishop Morris Thompson of Louisiana and others met at Trinity Wall Street Nov. 13 to discuss “Healing a Broken World: Partnership and Reconciliation.”

The parish says on its website: “Trinity Wall Street’s partners in Africa, Latin America, New Orleans, and New York City work every day to alleviate the pain of civil war, social injustice, family separation, and natural disaster. In a recent roundtable at Trinity Church, the partners discussed how a necessary requirement in all those tasks is the struggle for reconciliation.”

The six-member panel discusses the topic for 52 minutes.


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