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Message from Cardinal Thomas Collins to those suffering after the tragedy that occurred in Toronto

April 24, 2018
CNS photo/Giampiero Spos ito, Reuters
Cardinal Thomas Collins and the Archdiocese of Toronto offer our thoughts and prayers for all those killed and injured earlier today in our city. Let us lift one another up in this time of grief.

"I invite the Catholic community across the Archdiocese of Toronto to join me in offering our prayers for all those who were killed or injured in the violent incident earlier today. I will be asking all 225 Catholic churches in the Archdiocese of Toronto to offer special prayer intentions this week for all those who have suffered. Let us all unite in our efforts to bring comfort and care to those who are hurting today."
Cardinal Thomas Collins

Archbishop of Toronto
April 23, 2018

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