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There are 4 comments on Icons Among Us: Marsh Chapel

  1. I would go to 10 p.m. Sunday Mass. It was candlelit, with usually just a solo flute or cello playing. There was a nun who celebrated a lot of the Masses, and she was wonderful. It was a great way to end a weekend and prepare for the new week.

  2. I was struck by the quote:
    “Here in God’s house there shall be no prejudice, nor bigotry, nor narrow sectarianism,” he wrote.
    – – – Given the persistent history of both Catholic and Protestant churches as the community centers of prejudice and bigotry, did President Daniel Marsh leave any writings on how he harmonized this ideal with the ideals of the Judaic, Catholic and Protestant religions?

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