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The first Mass at the permanent home of St. Peter the Apostle Church in Carthage was celebrated on Saturday, April 9, 2022. The liturgy was for Palm Sunday. Glenmary Father Don Tranel, the pastor, celebrated the Mass. The congregation raises their palms during the first gospel reading of the liturgy before the procession into the church.

‘Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord’ [Palm Sunday Photo Gallery]

Churches across the Diocese of Nashville celebrated Palm Sunday April 9-10

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Read more about the article Editorial: We must pray unceasingly for peace around the world 
The Metro Nashville Council passed a resolution declaring Thursday, March 3, as a city-wide day of prayer for the people of Ukraine. Mayor John Cooper, Vice Mayor Jim Shulman and council members gathered at the steps of the Metro Courthouse to read the proclamation and to pray for the people of Ukraine. Father Eric Fowlkes, pastor of the Cathedral of the Incarnation, was one of the religious leaders who offered a prayer. The service was organized by Metro Councilmember Kathleen Murphy, a parishioner at St. Ann Church. She represents District 24 in West Nashville.

Editorial: We must pray unceasingly for peace around the world 

Unfortunately, Russian President Vladimir Putin ignored the world’s pleas for peace. But the prayers continue. 

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Soldiers from the U.S. Army’s 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, N.C., walk past veterans holding flags as they make their way to a transport plane bound for Europe Feb. 14, 2022. (CNS photo/Jonathan Drake, Reuters)

Editorial: Pope, bishops urge continued dialogue as path to peace in Ukraine 

An invasion does not have to be inevitable.

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