We have made it through the commemorations of the last 10 years and perhaps we can now say that we will never forget. But first, a traffic light to guide us as we become a 9/12 community.
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I wanted everyone to visit the smoldering site of the World Trade Center. I wanted everyone to see. And now, 10 years later, I want to run away.
The evidence of our times is harsh. Still, I have hope. It is hope born out of my faith and from the experience of living through the last decade.
Ten years ago, the United States suffered a horrific attack. There was shock, anger, fear and unbearable sorrow. We expressed our condemnation, remorse and renewed commitment to peacemaking.
On the anniversary of 9/11, HuffPost Religion went to St. Paul's Chapel at ground zero to talk with clergy and lay people about where they find hope a...
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