THURSDAY
January 13, 2000
volume 11, no. 9
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ARCHBISHOP OF MIAMI: WAR IS NO LONGER A SOLUTION

    MIAMI, 12 (NE) "Most people at the end of the century have agreed that war is no longer a solution for the problems among nations," recently stated Archbishop John Favalora of Miami, during a Mass specially offered for immigrants in the archdiocese. Before the great variety of nationalities present at St. Mary's Cathedral, Archbishop Favalora emphasized the importance of making concrete the hope of peace that the new millennium brings. Following the Archbishop's homily, people offered prayers for their homelands as well as for the local community in their respective native languages, among these English, Croatian, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and German. The Mass, began with a procession of children, followed by adults and children alike, dressed in the vibrant greens, reds and golds of African, Filipino, Chinese, Indian and other native costumes representing the diversity of peoples present in Miami.
          

January 13, 2000
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