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Prayer service set in light of recent church controversies

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - As a result of the recent events in the local Catholic church, a group of concerned Catholics have come together to host a prayer service that will be held tomorrow at the steps of the Cathedral-Basilica.

According to a press release the service is focused on the movement of building bridges within the church. It was also a central theme of the recent visit of the Vatican's apostolic delegate to the Pacific Archbishop Martin Krebs.

The press release states that his visit was not to solve the problems in the archdiocese but to encourage and empower people to work with those who wanted to "build bridges".

Tuesday's prayer service is from 5:15pm to 5:45pm.
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