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Service offers prayers for victims of school shooting

James Crum, of Cobleskill, center, praying during a Feast of the Holy Innocents service to remember the victims of the Sandy Hook school shooting in Connecticut at St. Christopher's Episcopal Church in Cobleskill on Friday, December 28, 2012.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
James Crum, of Cobleskill, center, praying during a Feast of the Holy Innocents service to remember the victims of the Sandy Hook school shooting in Connecticut at St. Christopher's Episcopal Church in Cobleskill on Friday, December 28, 2012.
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There are some who are comforted by the story of the Massacre of the Innocents. They take comfort in believing that infants so senselessly murdered will be remembered for thousands of years to come. There are others who can’t bear to think about it. “It just feels too morbid to talk about Herod massacring all these children,” said the Rev. Dr. Nina George-Hacker. “And then God just put it on my heart that this is ...


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