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For Religious Communities, What Happens After an Attack?

For Religious Communities, What Happens After an Attack?

We speak with three people who lost family and friends as a result of attacks at their places of worship.

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Guests:

Mindy Corporon

Pardeep Kaleka

Deacon Kevin McCormack

Kirk Carapezza

Elizabeth Harball 

Michael Kunzelman

Jennifer Rich 

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